Professor Collins explained: ""It can be from swallowing air, or from carbon dioxide produced when stomach acid mixes with bicarbonate in the small intestine. OK, maybe go out of the room, or try to do it in a tactful manner, but it'll eventually be better if you just let it go. Tom Wood is a freelance journalist and LADbible contributor. Collins also said that people on board aircraft are more prone to bouts of flatulence. According to the University of Newcastle's Professor Clare Collins - a dietetics and nutrition expert - holding in your guff can cause something called 'abdominal distention'. Farting is pretty gross really, isn't it? As for the stench, that's to do with what you eat. That process causes some of the fart to be absorbed and then exhaled through your breath.
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