Monday, September 3, 2018

Why are farts ...

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Gases are also what can make farts smell bad. Tiny amounts of hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and methane combine with hydrogen sulfide (say: SUHL-fyde) and ammonia (say: uh-MOW-nyuh) in the large intestine to give gas its smell. Phew! ... These can release larger amounts of gas as they break down in your body. What's a Fart? - KidsHealth

Why do we get farts?
Gases produced during the digestive process cause flatulence. The body produces intestinal gas as part of the process of digestion. Once this gas is inside the body, it needs to be released somehow. ... It can also contain small amounts of other gases, such as hydrogen sulfide, which make farts smell bad. Why do we fart? 10 facts about flatulence - Medical News Today

Is it healthy to fart a lot?
Farting is a natural part of the human digestive process. In fact, a person would have to consume nothing but refined sugars to avoid passing gas. ... Farts are a sign we are healthy. Silent or deadly, intestinal gas can indicate healthy gut bacteria. Is Farting Good For Us? What Our Flatulence Says About Our Health

Is holding in a fart bad for you?
If you have normal gas production and just always hold them in, you risk having FART BREATH. Yes, FART BREATH. When gas hangs out too long in your intestine, it begins to reabsorb into your bloodstream. It is then carried through your body up to your lungs where it is processed out and leaves when you EXHALE! Holding Farts Too Long - Adverse Effects on Your Breath | Tim - LinkedIn

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