This Is What Your Farts Reveal About The Overall Health Of Your Body
Let us start by acknowledging that everyone farts. Yes, women fart too, boys. And so do dogs.
Farts are a relief that come at a cost, unless you walk away to let one rip. Accidental ones are a big bag of embarrassment. But when you're in a long term live in relationship, you (hopefully) get used to each others gases.
Well farts aren't all that bad. Only recently doctors have figured out that farts say a lot about your overall health. Now you can think about them as your natural health gauge!
#5 What Really Are Farts?
Farts are made up of gas seeping into our intestines from our blood, and some produced by chemical reactions in our intestines or bacteria living in our guts. If you really want to get into the gory details, they've got 3% Oxygen, 7% Methane, 9% Carbon dioxide, 21% Hydrogen, 59% Nitrogen and 100% of stink! The last component is a joke obviously. What really contribute to the smell are methane and hydrogen compounds.
So what do these farts say about our health? Come let's find out.
#4 Not All Is Bad
Let's begin with the good news. Not all farts are bad. Some of them are just gas produced by intestinal bacteria that just happens to be hydrogen sulphide. It smells a lot worse than rotten eggs and having dairy, red meat, broccoli, beans and cauliflower can cause them - all of them being very healthy foods. So pat yourself on the back for eating healthy as you bask in the aroma of your insides.
#3 Timing Matters
Timing matters. If you're ripping stink bombs right after some curd, or cheese or other dairy products, you are most probably lactose intolerant. You probaby want to consult your GP and keep off anything that comes from milk. Yes - that includes your favourite pizza and lasagna.
#2 Or You Might Have Some Serious Issues
Farting about 20 times a day falls within the normal average, but if you're way past that you should consult your doctor. It may indicate serious gastrointestinal problems like gastroenteritis or irritable bowel syndrome. Keep in mind however that you may be completely normal because although the average is 20, everyone's body is unique. What may be a sign of bad health for one may not be for someone else.
#1 Know Yourself Folks!
That's about it. As with preventing any major health problem, all you have to do is be sensitive to your body and pay attention. Notice as your aroma changes and you might just catch a major problem in its initial stages or you can simply know when to fell good about one!
Share this with your buddies because everybody farts, and remember, farting is awesome!
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