As an actor and forensics competitor, it’s essential to know what kinds of food are good and not so good for my voice. Singers and orators both face a few vocal obstacles. One may run the risk of cotton mouth (lack of saliva), a phlegm-filled throat, and a thick film which occasionally coats the back of the throat. These are typically the product of diet. Caffeine, sugar, and dairy products will often leave you with a clogged voice. To combat this, ingesting lemon or acidic juices along with honey or other light foods is usually a safe bet. Beware of crunchy such as almonds which may break down and cut up the back of the throat.
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