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Wednesday, December 30, 2020
One of the least favorable but most commonly reported smells that the body releases is one of rotten, stinky eggs. Much like a carton that's gone bad, these can take your breath away — and definitely clear the room if you let one pass in front of others.
When this stench happens, it's likely due to having too much sulfur in your diet. As Dr. Wolfman explains, when we have meals packed with sulfur, our digestive system creates and emits hydrogen sulfide, mimicking that rotten egg smell.
He says certain foods, including cruciferous veggies like cauliflower, broccoli, kale, cabbage, Brussels sprouts and other leafy greens, could be to blame. Other high sulfur-containing foods including eggs, red meat, onions, garlic, cheese, dried fruit, nuts and beer and wine can also lead to eggy farts.
Sometimes, farts remind us of other familiar yet undesirable scents, like cabbage, sewage or burnt rubber. One reason for these is a lack of enzymes in your intestine.
Dairy can be the culprit here, since it contains the lactose protein, Dr. Wolfman says. The small intestine breaks down lactose with the enzyme lactase, turning it into glucose and beta-galactose. These simple sugars are then absorbed through the intestinal wall.