The Bliss of Married Life - Study Suggests That Your Husband’s Farts Could Prolong Your Life

Bliss of Married Life

For a long time, the fountain of youth has been considered a mythical concept, but why should we search for the elixir of everlasting life when we could try to concentrate on factors that could help prolong our life? Aside from the obvious factors of exercising and having a balanced diet with plenty of whole foods, there are a wide variety of other tips and tricks that could be very beneficial to your health.

Things such as consuming more healthy fats and probiotics are not usually recognized, but they’re essential to health and longevity. However, a recent study has shown that smelling farts can actually help you live longer. Hydrogen sulfide is the reason that smelly farts have that rotten egg quality to them. And it is precisely this odor that has been shown to have some potent health benefits in small doses.

Researchers at the University of Exeter found that the microbial byproduct can actually reduce the risk of cancer, heart attack, strokes, arthritis, and dementia!

AJ Troiano, who is a biomedical scientist and consultant, said: ‘In order to understand the science of passing gas, you have to understand the sheer scale of microbes that are housed in the human body.’

‘It’s not the microbes that have protective properties, but the byproducts they produce during normal metabolic processes.’

While hydrogen sulfide is toxic in large doses, in small amounts, it can help protect cells and also fight illnesses.

When these cells become stressed or tired by disease, they try to draw in enzymes in order to create their own small stash of hydrogen sulfide.

In doing so, it helps the cells preserve mitochondria which then increases energy production in the blood vessel cells and also helps to regulate inflammation.

Furthermore, it has been found that married couples with heart issues have a better survival rate. Meaning that if you or your spouse has heart issues, it could be precisely the farts that are keeping both of you alive!

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