Sunday, December 12, 2010
Just think what a nice gift this would be for Russell Brand from Katie Perry.
Katy Perry has revealed that her soon-to-be-husband comedian Russell Brand's sense of humour does not extend to the bedroom.
Brand has bad flatulence and likes to trap his emissions under the sheets, the singer said.
"Being a vegetarian his farts are the worst things ever. Lingering and revolting," The Sun quoted Perry as saying.
Then he tries to Dutch oven me! Just too gross," she added
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Here is a nice article on the subject.
Written by Barbara Feiner, Contributing Editor
It's a subject no one talks about: flatulence. We rely on several colorful euphemisms to hide our embarrassment: passing gas, breaking wind, cutting the cheese. But let's face it: We all fart. (There, I've said it…)
In fact, you can expect to dispel intestinal gas more than a dozen times a day, so it's time to stop blaming the dog and accept this bodily process as a sign of gastrointestinal health. Eat your fair share of natural and organic food, and you'll prove you're human.
Most digestion occurs within the small intestine, where enzymes and bile break down food. These enzymes, however, are unable to break down some elements, such as specific sugars in beans and other plants. Thus, undigested matter passes into the large intestine, where bacteria ferments it. This leads to the production of "flatus" (gas), composed primarily of carbon dioxide, methane and hydrogen.
Ironically, the more healthful and fiber-rich your diet, the more likely you are to experience flatulence. Other factors include how much air you swallow, the amount of bacteria residing in the intestine and the time it takes for food to pass through the colon.
"It's not the foods themselves, but the body's reaction to them that causes the problem --and that we can largely control," says Karen Collins, RD, nutrition adviser for the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) in Washington, DC. "There are a host of small changes people can make in how they cook, eat and live that will help eliminate side effects like bloating and gas."
Organic Diet Do's and Don'ts
Most Americans fail to consume enough fiber-rich fruit, vegetables, whole grains and beans, Collins notes -- a phenomenon that can lead to gastrointestinal distress. Sometimes, however, when we add large quantities of organic fruits and vegetables to our diets in an effort to eat well, we go overboard. Our bodies then have trouble adjusting to the change, and we may develop gas.
Instead, we need to increase fiber gradually so our gut has a chance to get into gear. The AICR offers the following tips for preventing a "personal gas crisis":
1. Start Small
"The most important thing is to give the body a chance to adapt to an increase in fiber," Collins says. She urges Organic Authority readers to start with a bowl of whole-grain cereal one morning. Each day thereafter, add a single serving of fruit, a vegetable or whole-grain bread. In the beginning, choose foods that contain easier-to-digest soluble fiber, such as oats, oat bran, apples and carrots.
Cook onions, garlic and cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower). Soak dried beans before cooking with them to remove sugars that are fermented by intestinal bacteria.
2. Drink Extra Fluid and Increase Exercise
To enjoy the benefit of organic food, remember to drink plenty of water and get enough exercise -- both of which help move fiber through the colon.
"Fermentation is what produces the gas, and the longer food remains in the digestive tract, the more fermentation occurs," Collins says. "So, as a general rule, anytime you increase fiber intake, you must also increase water intake along with it. This is necessary to facilitate food's transit through the gut."
3. In the Beginning, Cook Vegetables and Fruits
Roasting, baking, broiling, poaching and steaming organic vegetables and fruit helps your digestive system break them down, without delaying passage through the colon. Conversely, if you cook vegetables in oil and butter, they'll remain in the stomach longer.
Thursday, June 10, 2010
Friday, June 4, 2010
The Flatulence Deodorizer by Flat-D is a great item for vacation time and for Fathers Day.
Here is the youtube video that explains it well. We actually also have a coupon for this promo so check it out.
Saturday, May 1, 2010
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
Kristen Bell was remarkably forthcoming about her airplane-induced gassiness on The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson last night. We get a lot of rush orders from people who are about to travel by airplane, bus, train,or ship. They do not want to be embarrassed by their gassy emissions or farting odors.
Try a Flatulence Deodorizer before your next vacation or business trip, www.flat-d.com
Sunday, April 4, 2010
Your hands perspire quite a bit inside those hot heavy gloves. When you take them off or put them on the next time, you can smell the odors build up inside them. Here comes Flat-D to the rescue again. You can place an Odor Kleen bag inside each of the boxing gloves and when you go to use them for the next class, they will smell fresh like new. Here is a new testimonial on our site - http://www.flat-d.com/odorkleen.html
My golves get saturated with sweat. The odors do become overpowering a couple days later. With the use of the Odor Kleen Bags, they do remove the odor. Having to put on the gloves normally I would hesitate putting them on. Now with the odor Kleen bags I don't give it a second thought.
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