Saliva, digestion/metabolism and dental health seem to be the cause.
I don't have a Body Odor
condition specifically, my condition is "extreme sweating" (often, not constant). I also have noticed that excessive sweating begins after eating something (even drinking), so I think that I must have bad digestion. My digestive muscles seem to have to STRAIN themselves (peristalsis), but then what about what I drink?
I could be sitting down, completely rested, even after waking from a restful sleep, but while drinking coffee or milk (juice, anything), I'll start sweating around the neck and chest.
The first part of digestion is SALIVA FLOW. I always needed dental work (and had some Amalgams
that fell out years ago), so maybe my saliva is not as clean/purified as it is supposed to be. Maybe the toxins in it cause my perspiration to be excessive.
I've never tried this, but I wonder if our digestive tract doesn't allow proper absorption of vitamins and nutrients....Or maybe our mouth and saliva need more attention....letting foodstuffs or vitamins, etc. dissolve under the tongue (even for half a minute or less) allows the absorption to bypass the stomach acids so the nutrients go right into the blood.
Maybe the skin soaks up more toxins than usual from our saliva because it's not filtered well by the kidney?
In Chinese medicine, the health of each tooth is an indication of the health of different organs. I used to see on a website the chart used in Chinese medicine.