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  • NEW STUDY: Farting Is VERY Healthy – Let One Rip To Defeat Cancer

    Quit blaming the dog or running in the other room. There is no longer any shame in farting. It’s for your health!

    The health benefits of farting apparently are widespread, so let it roll. Time to let one rip to defeat cancer. This could change the world. Societal norms need to evolve to glorify farting.

    Finally, science we can all get behind. All kidding aside, this is a breakthrough, of gastronomical proportions.

    From The Mirror:

    Hydrogen sulfide is toxic in large doses but in tiny amounts it helps protect cells and fight illness, according to researchers at Exeter University.

    The smell of flatulence has secret health benefits that could help stave off cancer, strokes, heart attacks and dementia, scientists have revealed.

    Hydrogen sulfide is one of a number of potent smelly gases produced by bacteria as it breaks down food in the gut.

    It is toxic in large doses but in tiny amounts it helps protect cells and fight illness, according to researchers at Exeter University.

    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 named AP39 to assist the body in producing just the right amount of hydrogen sulfide that it needs.

    They believe it will help prevent or reverse mitochondrial damage, a key strategy in treating conditions such as stroke, heart failure, diabetes, arthritis, dementia and ageing.

    There you have it. Fart it up and don’t hide. Your mitochondria will thank you.


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