What Is Flatulence And Is It Harmful? - Health Secrets and Reviews

What Is Flatulence And Is It Harmful? -		 Health Secrets and Reviews

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What Is Flatulence And Is It Harmful?

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What Is Flatulence And Is It Harmful?

Although we want to be socially minded, politically correct individuals, there is no getting around it. Flatulence is a fart. And, a fart is a fart is a fart. But what causes some of us to have more flatulence than others? The answer is quite simple. Flatulence is nothing more than a digestive by-product.

Consider the digestive process for a moment. Foods that we eat need to be broken down into smaller substances in order to be assimilated. Consequently, protein needs to be broken down into amino acids, carbs need to be broken down into glucose molecules and fats need to be broken down into fatty acids.

The problem occurs when foods are not broken down sufficiently in the small intestines and enter the colon, or large intestine, not fully digested. It sits there and ferments. Friendly bacteria start attacking that semi-digested food and they give off gases such as hydrogen, methane and hydrogen sulfide. The reason that farts often smell like rotten eggs is because of the hydrogen sulfide. We all know that sulfur smells like rotten eggs, and hydrogen sulfide is a compound of hydrogen and sulfur. Hence, stinky farts.

While there are many herbal and homeopathic formulations that can remedy the situation, there are two that have been around for literally thousands of years and are known to be effective and extremely safe. In fact, you may even have some in your kitchen on the spice rack at this very moment.

Ginger and fennel are both highly effective in relieving gas and the obnoxious odors associated with it. Of course, you wouldn’t just sit there and eat a teaspoonful of those ingredients. But the homeopathic preparations that are known to be effective use those two common spices in special formulations.

Posted on January 8th, 2010 in Health Tips

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