Rotten Egg Farts

The gas in our digestive tract has many sources of origin: it comes from the air we swallow while eating and speaking, gas moving into our intestines from the blood stream, gas produced as a result of various chemical reactions taking place in the digestive tract and gas produced by the numerous bacteria present in our digestive tract. Most of us may feel embarrassed while passing gas; however, you will be surprised to know that it is the most common functions of our body. Each of us does it. In fact, one of the oldest words originated in the English language is “fart”.

Causes of Rotten Egg Farts

The odor that comes from fart is due to presence of small quantities of hydrogen sulfide as well as skatole in it. Sulfur is present in both of these compounds. The more sulfur you eat in your diet the more skatole and sulfides will be produced in your digestive tract and the more will be the odor that will come from your fart. Foods that are notorious for causing the bad smell of farts are eggs, cauliflower and meat. Foods such as beans produce plenty of fart that does not stink.

Composition of Farts

Composition of farts is listed below:

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