Friday, June 10, 2011

The Complete Guide To Treat Flatulence Odor

Gas build up in the GI system can cause a lot of discomfort and some people have more or less amounts that are produced.  Often caused by swallowed air and/or diet gas production can be stimulated or quelled by these factors.  It isn't the most popular topic to discuss and as socially unacceptable as it may be, passing gas is a natural process that can provide much relief. 

Swallowed Air 
All of the points below can contribute to swallowing very small amounts of air which combined produce gas accumulation in the stomach passing through the small and large intestines and exiting the body by way of the rectum.
  1. Drinking any carbonated beverage
  2. Fast eating
  3. Gum chewing, smoking, post nasal drip
The foods we eat can affect gas production especially those with carbohydrates which pass through the small intestine to the large intestine where they are broken down by bacteria with gas produced as a byproduct.
  1. Cauliflower
  2. Brussels sprouts
  3. Dried beans
  4. Broccoli
  5. Cabbage
  6. Bran
Dairy products, sweeteners and other food sensitivities can affect gas production too.  Odor of the flatus is an important issue too.  A result from deomposing food in the colon is the foul flatulence odor results from gases including hydrogen sulfide, indole and skatole. There are several products available to treat gas production/formation, but if odor is the more important factor to address, there is one medicine that does an excellent job.  It's name, Devrom, and it's available over-the-counter and FDA approved.  Devrom internal deodorant has been a trusted name for 50 years this year.  Banana flavored chewable tablets or capsules, the active ingredient is bismuth subgallate.  This flatulence remedy is the total package for deodorizing foul smelling flatus odor if you are unable to address in through diet. 

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