How do you clean the air?
NASA’s research institute did a Clean Air study in the late 1980’s on plants abilities to purify the air. The study identified the best indoor plants to remove benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene and ammonia from our surroundings – chemicals that have been linked to adverse symptoms like headaches, dizziness, eye irritation etc…
The Florist’s Chrysanthemum and Peace Lilly were found to be the best plants for purifying the air. NASA recommended having at least one plant per 100 square feet (10 square meters).
Clean air is vital to our wellbeing. You may consider getting some fresh air via indoor plants.
The fact is:
Except for oxygen, pretty much all our fuel has to go through our digestive system. And if the digestive system is disturbed, the whole body is disturbed.
That’s why digestive problems have been linked to:
• Weight gain
• Brain fog
• Hormonal imbalances
• Auto-Immune conditions
• And many more …
What the fart?
What’s behind flatulence and wind? Can you fart too much?
Although its often considered embarrassing, farting is a normal and natural body function.
It is the by-product of the digestive system. Your body produces gas as part of breaking down and processing food. Overall, it is healthy to fart, but farting excessively could be a sign of a health problem (especially with your digestive system) or dietary intolerances, for example if you fart more than 20 times per day.
Can you fart too much?
The simple answer is: NO as this is actually not possible. A fart is a bubble of gas, so there’s nowhere for it to exit besides out of the anus. As said: “Better out than in”.
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