Brad Pitt was selected as one of the least hygienic stars in the world, reportedly by a Swedish showbiz expert, Mikael Jagerbrand. Supposedly, this comes after years of comments said to be received by co-stars complaining about his body odor. It also stated that rather than “merely taking a shower”, Pitt purchased a $3,600.00 Calvin Klein shirt to correct the problem.
Call me crazy, but I can’t imagine the news value of a negative piece like this. I really don’t understand why a “Top 10 Smelliest” list would even merit publication. Included on the list were other famous folks like Cameron Diaz, Davie Bowie, Christina Aguilera, and Russel Crowe, to name a few.
I am also amazed that the “unenlightened” believe that body odor can be eliminated by a simple shower. Sometimes it can, but it all depends on the source of the problem.
To raise others’ awareness and provide much needed info, I decided to pen this column.
Believe it or not, there are millions of people who suffer from common problems like body odor, bad breath, obesity and the social stigmas associated with it; people who are not unclean or inattentive to their hygiene; people who are not gluttonous or lazy; people who (maybe unbeknownst to you), have tried every brand, gimmick and diet advertised on TV commercials, with no success; people from every walk of life.
The other day, I was reading an advice column in a popular lifestyle magazine, where a guy was complaining about his date’s mouth odor. To which the columnist responded, “Give her a mint!”
That begs the question…if body odor, bad breath, and obesity were curable by mere soap and water, toothpaste and mouthwash, or smaller food portions, wouldn’t you think that fewer people would suffer from it?
There are many health and lifestyle reasons for these conditions, which include:
For Body Odors
And half the battle is identifying the origin of the problem, among the many possible sources. Here are some statistics worth noting:
The next time you encounter an individual plagued with these problems on a date, or in casual interaction, instead of turning up your nose, or passing judgment, why not give benefit of the doubt?
Don’t be too quick to render a verdict without knowing the facts about the case.
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