Look What Your Farts Reveal About Your Health
What Are Farts?
Farts are the variety of swallowed air that enters the digestive system “accidentally” while breathing (that would be all the air that passes through your mouth — whether it is via chewing gum, drinking soft beverages and eating very quickly) and gas produced by the bacteria in your lower intestine.
The bacterias in your intestines create gases as they malfunction sugars and starches your body can’t easily break down.
The bacteria breakdown process produces roughly between 2 and 6 cups of gas a day, and after it increases, it needs to come out there somewhere.
Regular farting is a sign that you are currently ingesting enough fiber, and also have a healthy collection of bacterias in your intestines.
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If you’re asking yourself how on earth the odor (or frequency) of geezers could possibly give you signs to your health, you’re not alone. We’ve cracked the code of “cutting the cheese” so that these inevitable puffs of air and gases can help you find out more on the body and its health.