posted on Apr, 1 2014 @ 08:32 AM
Passing gas: Everybody does it – and no one wants to admit it.
This embarrassing habit may seem foul, but breaking wind is simply an unavoidable byproduct of our daily digestion. In fact, the average
individual can pass gas anywhere from 13 to 21 times a day. But your gaseous patterns can actually speak volumes about your health, especially in
regards to your eating habits, and they may even serve as an indication of larger digestive health issues.
“People who produce excessive amounts of gas and particularly foul smelling gas – if you’re eating a super high fiber diet, that could
be part of it,” Dr. Anish Sheth, a gastroenterologist in Princeton, N.J., told FoxNews.com. “But if it’s something that’s persistent, and
your significant other is noticing it, it could be a problem.”
Gas as a symptom
Okay, like the article starts off with.....
For me, before I had a major health event, I ate red meat like it was the last day of it. And now I eat Chicken and Turkey.
The difference was overwhelmingly better-for this topic. Matter of fact, everything there works a heck of a lot better.
AND< I had 17 pulips removed-prior to the medical event. The last check NONE-for a fews years now.
So, take heed and be careful & knowledgable of what you are eating, especailly if you are the one guy who seceretlyl stinks up the whole room!!!