Your Diet May Increase the Chances of a Mosquito Bite
The Greensboro, High Point, and Winston Salem areas of North Carolina seem to produce many mosquitoes and make our residents uncomfortable. Does what you eat increase the chances of a mosquito bite? It is possible that particular food types can have that effect. Mosquitoes are attracted to a number of things. Carbon Dioxide, lactic acid, body heat and certain odors are just a few of the things that can make you more attractive for that itchy mosquito bite.
One of the key items is foods and drinks that contain high concentration of caffeine and sugar. Both of these can accelerate your metabolism. This increase in your metabolism causes higher body temperatures and a higher production of lactic acid. Mosquitoes can sense both of these and make that mosquito bite in your backyard a much higher possibility. Salty foods can cause an increase in uric acid which mosquitoes also like.
Foods and Drinks to stay away from:
Spicy foods - this also increases body heat
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