Science Shows Smelling Your Lovers Farts is a Good Thing

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Science Shows Smelling Your Lovers Farts a Good Thing

SCIENCE SHOWS SMELLING YOUR LOVERS FARTS IS GOOD

Science shows us that smelling your lovers farts is a good thing.  In a study published in the journal Medicinal Chemistry Communications, researchers analyzed farts.  Humans produce something called gas hydrogen sulfide.  And researchers wanted to understand the impact of this gas in small amounts. They pretty much discovered that smelling your partner’s farts will help you live longer, because it will help you to combat different diseases. However, is it as good to be inhaling people’s farts on the subway?  Thankfully, that is unclear in the research.  And hopefully it never gets clear.  Because it never feels right.  Especially in the summer when a subway cart’s air conditioning is broken.  You’re feeling me?

FARTS IN SMALL AMOUNTS, NO DUTCH OVENS

So, researchers have discovered that smelling and inhaling your partners farts will help you live longer.  They did find that large doses of fart inhaling can actually be quite noxious.  But cellular exposure to small amounts of this gas can prevent mitochondrial damage.  Such damage can have implications on your health. The gas in farts actually decrease the hazard of illnesses such as cancer, stroke and even heart attacks. They also discovered that fart smelling and inhalation helps prevent arthritis and dementia.  So, if you find your parents are starting to lose it, just start eating some good old chili around them.  And get your farting on.  Science shows that it’s good!

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MITOCHONDRIA KEEPS TICKING WITH FARTS

Dr. Mark Wood, one of the researchers explained, “When cells become stressed by disease, they draw in enzymes to generate minute quantities of hydrogen sulfide.  This keeps the mitochondria ticking over and allows cells to live.  If this doesn’t happen, the cells die and lose the ability to regulate survival and control inflammation.”  This is terrific news and further research about inhaling and smelling the farts is being pursued.  So if you are lucky enough to have them, smell your lovers farts!  It’s good for you.  Really.  Now science shows us it’s good all around.

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