Farting. Passing gas. No matter how you put it, it doesn’t get any prettier, but it can have a dramatic influence on your health. Scroll through the gallery below to learn about a few of the stunning health benefits ... that right, sniffing farts may.
A 2014 study from the University of Exeter in England suggests inhaling the scent of farts could be good for your health , though it still won't help you lose weight. "Although hydrogen sulfide gas is well known as a pungent, foul- smelling gas in rotten.
Another University of Exeter professor, Dr. Matt Whiteman, who worked on the study, said in a statement that researchers are working on replicating the natural gas in a new compound, AP39, to reap its health benefits . The scientists are reportedly.
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Fortunately, most farts slip out silent and odourless, but every once in a while we're surprised by a loud or stinky one. While the sound of a fart depends on a combination of the shape of the sphincter at the time the gas is released and the amount of.
But instead of being ashamed when you fart in public, you should embrace your dirty deed with pride, as you may have just helped saved someone's life. Well, that's what a study currently getting some attention might suggest, but it's more complicated.
The popularity of "sparkling" carbonated water, on the other hand, has raised some concern by those who drink it – is it really just as good for you as regular water, or does the carbonation process make it less healthy ? Fizzy water has propelled in.
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According to a study, the smell of farts , or hydrogen sulfide, can have some incredible health benefits . The study emanating from Devon, England, states that not only does farting help the farter live longer, but the smell of the farts can quell dementia.