Friday, November 30, 2018

Flatulence can kill you

A pad can help alleviate many situations.
A Florida woman faces an aggravated assault charge after authorities say she passed gas in line at a dollar store and pulled a knife on a man who complained about it.
37-year-old Shanetta Yvette Wilson passed gas while waiting in line at a Dollar General Sunday night and upset a nearby customer. The report says the offended customer and Wilson then got into an argument “in reference to the defendant farting loudly.”
It says Wilson then pulled a small folding knife out of her purse and told the victim she was going to "gut" him while moving as if to attack him. Wilson was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill.

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Chair Pad to the rescue

If they had a Flat-D Chair Pad on the interrogation seat then they would not have this problem.
A man whose excessive flatulence forced a police detective to cut short an interrogation has pleaded guilty to federal gun and drug charges.
The Kansas City Star reports that 25-year-old Sean Sykes Jr. entered the plea Monday. The charges stem from a police traffic stop in September in Kansas City, Missouri, in which officers found a backpack with drugs and guns. Sykes was a passenger in the vehicle.
A detective reported that when asked for his address, Sykes "leaned to one side of his chair and released a loud fart before answering." Court documents say Sykes "continued to be flatulent" and the detective was forced to quickly end the interview.

Sunday, September 30, 2018

Flatulence and beans

Beans and legumes are a vital part of the Mediterranean diet, which protects against heart disease, dementia, cancer and other chronic illnesses.
The problem with beans is that digesting their sugars often creates a fragrant, musical byproduct: gas, or flatulence.
Is there any way to avoid the tooting horns … and unpleasant odor? Yes Flat-D
No studies have yet shown that a particular method of soaking or cooking beans prevents flatulence.
Typically, gas levels will return to normal once you’re eating legumes regularly.
A review of three studies found that different legumes cause different amounts of gas.
Our Beano page has good information on the product.

Friday, August 31, 2018

Old folks need Flat-D too

Flat-D customers tend to be mature individuals, that explains this article we found.
Old folks tend to have the worst farts, according to Dr. Sarina Pasricha, a gastroenterologist. And there’s a method to their flatulence. As we age, our GI systems tend to slow down and become more prone to constipation; the medications and decreased physical activity slow digestion down further. The result of all that backed-up energy is doubly offensive gas — explaining why Grandpa’s farts ruin family functions.

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Premium pad is best

The Premium Pad by Flat-D is highly effective and long lasting.
We are all human, and gas accumulation in the intestine is characteristic of most, if not all. If this causes you discomfort, try to exclude from menu foods such as cabbage, broccoli, apples, legumes. Also, doctors recommend thoroughly chew food to avoid accumulation of gases.

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Flatulence and farting is a wonderful simple solution for the production of smelly flatulence.
When things also go wrong, it would also show up in the excess production of these by products. And one of such product is gas.
Flatulence, also known as farting, is the act of passing intestinal gas from the anus. Flatulence is passing gas from the digestive system out of the back passage. It’s more commonly known as “passing wind”, or “farting”.
The average person farts less than 20 times per day. Gas in the gastrointestinal tract has only two sources. It is either swallowed air or is produced by bacteria that normally inhabit the intestines, primarily the colon. Swallowed air rarely is the cause of excessive flatulence.
The source of excessive gas is intestinal bacteria. The bacteria produce the gas (primarily hydrogen and/or methane) when they digest foods, primarily sugars and nondigestible polysaccharides (for example, starch, cellulose), that have not been digested during passage through the small intestine. The bacteria also produce carbon dioxide, but the carbon dioxide is so rapidly absorbed from the intestine that very little passes in flatus.
Your diet or even a health problem can lead to problems with excessive gas.