Crunchy foods like raw carrot and apple slices act as abrasives that help loosen trapped food particles from the mouth.
And carrots are known for their vitamin A. So munch on a carrot whenever you suspect you have bad breath.
It’s not just the root that is beneficial, even the carrot tops can help with bad breath. The World Carrot Museum in UK suggests chewing carrot leaves can heal injuries in the mouth, cure bad breath, and prevent gum bleeding and mouth ulcers.