I would like to help you with your question about body odor.
It would be helpful to know exactly which area the odor is coming from. Also a description of the smell might help to narrow down the possibilities.
There are several major reasons why people have a strong body odor. The first thing to consider is what foods you are eating. Smelly foods like garlic, onions, peppers, and other spices will give you a strong body odor. Try to avoid strong smelling foods, spicy foods, junk food, etc. Eating more green vegetables can sometimes be helpful.
Drinking alcohol, smoking tobacco
, drinking coffee, and taking some prescription medications can create a strong body odor.
Infections can cause a strong body odor. So it is important to rule this out.
The hormones which are produced by the endocrine glands can stimulate the skin to secrete strong smells. So it may be worth visiting your doctor to rule out a physical illness.
If you have a tendency to high blood sugar levels, this can cause a strong body odor. You would need to reduce and eliminate sugar from your diet if this is the case.
Do you exercise? Regular exercise that results in heavy sweating will help to detoxify your body and reduce smells.
There are natural remedies to help with body odor. You can take one or two tablespoons of chlorophyll every day. It may also benefit you to take vitamin C, 1000mg three or four times per day.
I hope this helps. Please let me know if you need more information.