Farts can send you many signs about your health.
There are some foods that cause smelly farts, like broccoli, almonds, cauliflowers, and Brussels sprouts. Moreover, foods that are rich in sulfur like eggs and meat can cause smelly farts. However, this doesn’t mean you should not consume these foods.
Consuming foods that cause gas help the microbes in the gut to get nutrients. If these microbes are not fed carbohydrates, it would be more difficult to live in the gut.
An average person farts fourteen times daily. Farts, and including even the smelly ones, are a sign that the digestive system is working properly. Farts are a mixture of swallowed air and gas produced by the bacteria in the lower intestine.
However, those really terrible farts do not always show that you’re eating healthily. Also, they can indicate that you have lactose intolerance. Gases right after consuming dairy means that your body has difficulties to break down the lactose. Moreover, frequent and really stinky farts can indicate a chronic problem, like irritable bowel syndrome or celiac disease, or an infection like gastroenteritis.