Is it true that what foods you're taking will affect the odor of vagina's discharge?

My cousin likes to eat fresh red onion and she said that she noticed that when she had sex to her husband, the water/discharge coming out from her has its bad odor, I said to her it might be the smelly food she's eating, so when she stopped eating fresh onion, the smell is slowly disappearing. So i guess I'm right. What do u think?

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7 Responses to Is it true that what foods you're taking will affect the odor of vagina's discharge?

  1. *ALLstardust* says:

    It's true. Eat fruits for sweetness. Make sure your honey's not allergic to whatever you're eating though.

  2. rosebud says:

    i never heard of it…

  3. Reva P says:

    You are what you eat.

    Yes, what you eat affects the scent and taste of your normal vaginal secretions, including your lubrication, and they similarly affect the scent and taste of a man's semen.

  4. christyp_69_2000 says:

    Yes..the foods you eat can even affect stuff like that

  5. tara m says:

    WOW! I had no idea about that. Mine always smells the same during sex. It always has ever since I was young. Food for thought!! LOL

  6. scorpion says:

    all foods u eat are finally broken down into carbohydrates , protiens and fats. so it has no correlation with the smell of body or body fluids

  7. Chreece says:

    Yup. Heard it before. Pineapples really help with odor.

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