That is the problem: I grew up.Originally Posted by Vegan Joe
Not to worry someday you'll grow up, and thing like this won't bother you anymore.
I was just trying to add a little levity to a serious situation. Here in the good old USA "fart" is an exceptible term. When people lke at work are standing around the question used is: Who Farted? Not who flatoed? Sorry for not meeting your standards.I nteresting it is though that you just didn't leave it alone. But GAS is a definite problem when one first changes to a diet high in legumes and fiber, until one's body adjusts by changing the flora in one's gut(or should it be intestinal tract?
Hehehe, fart :giggles:
I agree.Originally Posted by froggythefrog
Yes. You're probably consuming a lot different foods now then you were before and your digestive track has not had time to become used to those things. It may be fiber from leafy greens or legumes. In most cases, your body will adapt to your diet with time. However, if you find that certain foods give you gas -- such as soy -- reduce the amount of it that you're eating.