Thursday, November 17, 2011

Dr Donohue mentions Flat-D again

Dr Donohue mentions as a nice solution for smelly intestinal gas. Here is the article.

Dear Dr. Donohue: I am in my 80s and have a problem. I had a car accident three years ago. Since then, I pass gas most of the time, and I can't hold it in. I am very embarrassed to go out of the house.

Please tell me what causes it, or what I can do to prevent it.

Dear Anon.: Flatulence, the passage of rectal gas, occurs 10-20 times a day for almost everyone. Some of that gas comes from swallowed air.

Eat food slowly to lessen the chances of getting air into the digestive tract. Most of the gas is due to the fermentation of foods by bacteria in the colon. A few illnesses are associated with excessive flatulence — celiac disease and pancreatic insufficiency being two examples.

The pancreas supplies enzymes to digest food. Without those enzymes, bacteria digest the food. I can't implicate the car accident as a cause.

Make a few adjustments to your diet. I'll name foods that are the most troublesome. Don't eliminate all of them at once.

Pick two or three, and keep them out of your diet for two weeks. If you don't note a reduction in gas by two weeks, start eating those foods again and eliminate three others. Milk products, including cheeses and ice cream, fruits and carbonated beverages are three foodstuffs to eliminate in trial one. After two weeks, if there's no whiff of change, go back to eating those foods, and stop eating beans, peas and pastas. If a third trial is necessary, get rid of cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower. Brussels sprouts and lentils are other gas producers. If you note that you are gassy after particular foods, then erase them from your diet.

Have you tried Gas-X, Phazyme or Beano? Do so.

If all this comes to naught, other options are available. Flat-D Innovations Inc. makes a pad that is inserted into the underwear to absorb gas. The toll-free number is (866) 354-0056 and their website is

From The Detroit News:

Monday, October 31, 2011

McAvoy broke wind in front of Jolie

Once again if these stars would wear a Flatulence Deodorizer by they would not have all these disgusting stories about their lack of control of flatulence.
Scottish actor James Mcavoy was forced to apologise to his Wanted co-star Angelina Jolie after he suffered a bad bout of flatulence on-set.

The Atonement star bulked up for his role in the 2008 action film by eating a lot of meat and drinking protein shakes, but the diet had an unpleasant side effect and he was left red-faced after breaking wind in front of the glamorous actress.

He tells TV host Graham Norton, "There was a lot of eating too much meat and drinking too much protein shake... They (producers) leave you on set shooting a scene in a car for three days... Which is fine... but eventually you have to get this protein shake out of you and it always comes out as flatulence.

"So you're in this car for three days, and for a large portion of these three days, Angelina Jolie is in the car with you. And eventually after a day and a half or so, you have to turn to her and go, 'Listen, I'm sorry, it's not my fault that you just got into this car or that my protein shake just said hello. I'm really, really sorry. How are Brad and the kids by the way?'...

"She was great about it, she's got a good sense of humour and a terrible sense of smell."

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Military flatulence

How can we tell the military of our product? We are a GSA approved company. Hope they contact us to supply Flat-D to all the military.
The Military Times “Battle Rattle” blog reports that some Marines in Afghanistan have been ordered not to audibly pass gas because it’s especially offensive to Afghan culture. It’s all part of the strategy to win their hearts, minds and, well, noses.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Fathers Day Favorite

Fathers day is less than 2 weeks away. Many are looking for a unique gift for their beloved father. Now you can solve the worlds worst odor that is man made. Flatulence odor. Give him a MEN-D Flatulence Deodorizer and he wont be embarrassed to visit you and it will improve the quality of his life.

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Healthy diet makes you flatulent?

Healthy foods can cause smelly gas. Use a Flatulence Deodorizer pad by to remove the embarrassing odor. Keep eating well.
Some foods have the potential to produce more gas than others. Certain carbohydrates in foods can’t be digested in the small intestine and therefore ferment in the colon. Beans (kidney beans, black beans, chickpeas and so on) contain large amounts of a gas-producing carbohydrate called raffinose. So do certain vegetables such as asparagus, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, bok choy, cauliflower and cabbage.

Foods that contain high amounts of the natural sugar fructose also have the potential to produce gas in some people. Onions, artichokes, bell peppers, cucumbers, iceberg lettuce, apples, green grapes, pears, raisins and watermelon are examples of foods high in fructose.

The other culprit that’s likely contributing to your gas problem is the increase in soluble fibre you are now consuming by switching to a healthier diet. Soluble fibre is found in oats, oat bran, psyllium-enriched cereals and legumes (beans again) and is broken down in the large intestine where it produces gas.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

School bus flatulence

Once again if these kids wore a Flatulence Deodorizer by they would not have been suspended. We have school districts buying our pads for disruptive kids in their schools.

Seth Abramovitch —Who of us hasn't, at one time or other in our wild and misspent youths, let one rip, mightily and strong, for the comic benefit of our peers? It's practically a rite of passage! Well, two such mischievous scamps, seventh graders from Ohio, have been suspended by their school for doing just that. Farting on their school bus.

To be fair, it wasn't their first infraction. They'd been warned a few weeks back by the driver after a similar display of synchronized farting. This time around, the gas-passing was so spirited, it "caused a ruckus on the bus amid a flurry of laughs, jeers and lowering of windows." The driver reported them to the principal, who decided to suspend them.

"He suggested my son should hold his gas on this hourlong bus ride, if in fact he has gas," one of the boys' fathers told the Columbus Dispatch. "When it happens, it just happens. It's not intentional."

The boy's mother, meanwhile, was similarly sympathetic, being a chronic sufferer of the involuntary toots herself.

"As a sufferer of gastro-intestinal issues who was recently hospitalized for these issues, I take great offense to passing gas being cause for suspension and marked as an obscene gesture," [she] wrote to The Dispatch.

Whatever triumph that boy might have felt in the school bus that day, it will come nowhere close to the shame he's about to carry around with him for the rest of his life, knowing his mother had to craft that "farting runs in the family" excuse note for him and send it to the local paper.

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Home remedies for stomach gas

Flat-D is not exactly a home remedy but it is a simple non-medicinal solution for gas odor.

Gas can sometimes be uncomfortable and inconvenient too. It is possible to get rid of stomach gas with the help of some home remedies.

Changing your diet and the way you eat can be great for the prevention of gas. Chew your food more slowly and thoroughly and avoid eating too fast. If you do not chew your food properly and eat too fast, it will result in accumulation of gas, as you tend to swallow a lot of air when you eat fast.

By changing your diet, you can do a great deal toward reducing your pain from digestive problems. Many foods contain bacteria that are actually good for your intestine and will help it work more efficiently. You also need to watch the food you eat as some foods cause a lot of gas. Avoid foods that may cause indigestion. Foods such as cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, and beans cause gas, so avoid, or minimize these in your diet. Avoid consuming foods such as dairy products, soda content drinks, beer, and other food products that cause stomach gas.

The most significant home remedy for gas is garlic soup. Garlic helps to increase digestion and reduces formation of intestinal gas. Grind together little garlic with black pepper, coriander seeds,

Add yogurt in your daily diet. Yogurt contains beneficial bacteria that aid digestion. Make a habit of eating yogurt, sour cream, and other fermented dairy products.

Ginger root is good medicine for many discomforts including intestinal gas. Ginger root contains digestive enzymes and stimulates saliva production. Eating ginger pieces with salt throughout the day will keep you away from gas problems.

Drinking coconut water is very effective for intestinal gas problems.

The parsley herb helps to aid digestion, expel gas, and freshen breath. Make parsley tea as a home remedy for stomach gas, or chew a few parsley leaves after a meal.

Celery seeds may help reduce intestinal gas and hence, alleviate a nervous stomach. Chewing some celery seeds would help in releasing the blocked gas for getting relief from stomach bloating.

Ginger and garlic combination is very effective for gas problems. Take 3 cloves of garlic and some pieces of ginger in the morning in an empty stomach.

Daily intake of tomato salad with your food is very helpful to get rid of gas. If you eat tomato with black salt then it will be more effective.

Peppermint is used to aid in digestion and soothe an upset stomach. It helps expel gas from the digestive system.

Boil powered cinnamon in a glass of water. Take this while it is warm at least half an hour before your meal. This will help prevent the intestinal gas formation.

Eating basil leaf paste with water is very helpful for gas and indigestion problems.

After your meals, chew up some pieces of ginger that is soaked in lemon juice to cure stomach gas.

If you experience gas pain then you can massage some fennel oil on your belly to relieve the gas pain.

Stress is one of the major causes of gas formation. So, try to relax and take your mind off tension.

It is possible to stimulate the passage of gas through the digestive tract by maintaining a regular exercise program in the form of walking, jogging, and aerobics. If the stomach gas problem is severe, perform chest-to-knee stretches to drive out painful gas. Yoga is also very helpful in relieving and controlling stomach gas problems.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Making Flatulence Illegal

Flat-D flatulence odor control products may become very popular in Malawi.

The government of Malawi plan to punish persistent offenders 'who foul the air' in a bid to 'mould responsible and disciplined citizens.'

But locals fear that pinning responsibility on the crime will be difficult - and may lead to miscarriages of justice as 'criminals' attempt to blame others for their offence.

One Malawian told the website 'My goodness. What happens in a public place where a group is gathered. Do they lock up half a minibus?

'And how about at meetings where it is difficult to pinpoint 'culprits'?

The crime of fart will be prosecuted in a new "Local Court" system which will also punish a range of other new crimes such as insulting female modesty, trespassing on a burial site and pretending to be a fortune teller.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

The Doctor's shows a Flat-D

The product FEM-D was shown and mentioned on The Doctors show yesterday. The segment was about Lady-Like Habits That Are Bad for You, this should be the link to the video segmentVideo Library The Flatulence Deodorizer is an activated charcoal cloth pad that is placed inthe underwear next to the buttocks and absorbs smelly gas odor. So ladies you dont have to hold it in.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Stabbing caused by smelly flatulence

If this guy would have used a Flatulence Deodorizer pad by then he would not be in jail. Who would have ever thought that using a Flat-D would reduce the crime rate in the world??? He would not have been smelly then his friends would not have criticized him. A Flat-D acts like a fart filter or like charcoal underware panties, underpants.

BRISTOL, Conn. (AP)– A 21-year-old Bristol man told police he stabbed four people at a party Saturday night, one fatally, because partygoers were making fun of his flatulence.

Police say Marc Higgins left the party and returned with three knives, stabbing people indiscriminately, according to court documents released Tuesday.

The Hartford Courant, quoting those documents, reported that Higgins told police he was angry at being derided and wanted to teach people that they shouldn’t trifle with him.