SHOCKING! Scientists Explains Why Smelling Farts Can Be Beneficial to Your Health!

Farting is an unconditioned reflex, so it is wrong to say that one has made this a habit. Also known as breaking wind, expelling internal gas is simply an unavoidable byproduct of our daily digestion.

But did you know that your gaseous pattern actually speaks volumes about your health -- especially when you inhale the foul smell?

The odor of our flatulence has hidden health benefits that could help fight off cancer, strokes, heart attacks and dementia, according to scientists.

What Actually is the Gas in Farts?

Flatulence happens when food is poorly digested. Smelling like rotten eggs, farts are composed of a gas called hydrogen sulfide, which is not healthy when smelled in large doses, but can stave off certain diseases when inhaled in small amounts.

When cells become stressed by disease they try to draw in enzymes to generate their own minute quantities of hydrogen sulfide. The chemical helps to preserve mitochondria, which drive energy production in blood vessel cells and regulate inflammation, and without it the cell can switch off and die.

Researchers have come up with a new compound called AP39 to help our body in producing just the right amount of hydrogen sulfide it needs.

AP39 is a synthetic chemical that contains hydrogen sulfide and has been seen as a means to protect cells by preserving the mitochondria in the cells. AP39 is designed to transport small amounts of hydrogen sulfide to the body cells.

From this research, it can be concluded that smelling farts might actually prevent cancer. So rather than getting disgusted the next time someone let's air out, turn to him and give thanks for your health.

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