August 2004 Issue
Got Gas? Sugars Often to Blame; EN Offers Remedies
Although Jay Leno may jest about methane pollution from flatulent cows, intestinal gas is no joke. Gas ends up in the intestines from swallowing excessive air or from the incomplete digestion of food. The foods you’ve eaten as well as your arsenal of available enzymes determine how peaceful a passage your last meal will have.
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