10 99% of a fart is comprised of odorless gas while the remaining 1% is made up of sulfur gases such as methanethiol and dimethyl sulfide. The presence of these sulfuric compounds gives farts their unpleasant pungent aromas.
Foods that cause flatulence are actually good for you. These foods include Brussel sprouts, cauliflower, beans, cabbages, and bran. On the other hand, fructose – a type of sugar from fruits – as well as dairy products can also cause a lot of flatulence. Although these foods can make you fart more frequently, the smell is not so pungent.
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men fart more than women. However, research found out that women fart three times more than men.
making it flammable.
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