Is your gassy belly causing you grief?
Some embarrassing questions.
When you ‘let go’ is it awfully smelly?
Think you may have IBS?
If you suffer from constipation, runny tummy and other digestive problems, you probably answered yes to both questions.
Here is a reference to an article I read that got me thinking.
When cows, sheep and goats burp and pass gas, they release a lot of methane gas. That’s a well-known fact. However, even though methane is odourless and colourless it is 20 times more powerful than carbon dioxide at trapping the sun’s energy ─ making it a potent greenhouse gas.
There are something like 1.3 billion cows worldwide — constantly belching and releasing methane gas — it’s becoming a serious concern to combating global warming. As it turns out, over a third of all methane emissions (around 900 billion tonnes every year) are produced by cows. Recently, Irish researchers reported that adding omega-3 fish oil to the diets of cattle, reduced the amount of methane gas released. The oils directly affect the methane-producing bacteria in the gut.
Now fortunately, most of the gas we humans release is NOT methane so taking omega-3 fish oil won’t help you with your gas and bloating issues. But it is excellent for overall wellbeing (hair, skins, nails, body function.) But if you are suffering from gas, bloating, constipation or indigestion, you need to take care of yourself. Your body telling you something is out of balance.
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