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The Science of Farts

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Everybody farts. Farting is natural as passing gas has many purposes. In the animal kingdom, farting is important. Although nitrogen and oxygen contribute to the majority of intestinal gas from the bacteria present in our gut, this gas is mostly composed of hydrogen, methane, and carbon dioxide. Together with the swallowed nitrogen and oxygen, it makes up 99% of flatulence. Complex carbohydrates like fiber from our food passing undigested through our small intestine could be converted to over 13 liters of highly flammable hydrogen daily. Most of the gases we release from our bowels are odorless, with up to a...

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Have Left Over Pulp From Juicing?

Posted by Sarah Brooks on

You can use juicing as an easy way to get more fruits and vegetables into your day or diet. But what happens to all the pulp when you are done? EatingWell has come up with different ways on what you can do with the leftover pulp and not waste that fiber! Click through to reveal how the pulp can benefit you after juicing! Read more: Healthy Ways to Use Your Leftover Pulp from Juicing | Eating Well

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