Seriously, I farted science

  1. Seriously, I farted science


    That being said, is there a correlation between potent flatulence and a hard workout? My diet is pretty routine but when I really get a good, long workout in.... my gas is atrocious. I don't care or anything but, I've noticed a trend.

    Its almost like I know I'm going to make gains when I have terrible gas from my routine diet. Days I dont workout I will eat the same protein amount and not have bad gas. I workout around 5pm FWIW. The heavy workout is the common denominator for me.

    Any science to this?


  2. As far as I know, the more fetid the flatulence is the less protein/fats you are digesting. I could be wrong...but IMO throw in more veggies and fiber in the diet.
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  3. Well that would seem to be backwards in my case. I wouldnt think I absorb less from a better workout.

    Hmmmm
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  4. I said digest. Have you ever had an "egg-white" flatulence? Last time I asked that here on the forums the answer propped up to me was more fiber, tried it and yup...no more "protein farts"
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post
    I said digest. Have you ever had an "egg-white" flatulence? Last time I asked that here on the forums the answer propped up to me was more fiber, tried it and yup...no more "protein farts"
    Ahhh well that does make sense then I guess. Its definitely a predictable trend. I dont necessarily mind it... but I wonder of fiber would help

  6. Quote Originally Posted by 6andaHalf View Post
    Ahhh well that does make sense then I guess. Its definitely a predictable trend. I dont necessarily mind it... but I wonder of fiber would help
    Fiber helps in Protein and Dietary Fat digestion, not to mention it will keep a sane and clean colon !
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by 6andaHalf

    Ahhh well that does make sense then I guess. Its definitely a predictable trend. I dont necessarily mind it... but I wonder of fiber would help
    im assuming you drink protein shakes pretty often if youre having protein farts. just use a food procesor or blender to dustify some oatmeal and add it to your shakes. yea i just created the word dustify

  8. Quote Originally Posted by ThunderHumper View Post

    im assuming you drink protein shakes pretty often if youre having protein farts. just use a food procesor or blender to dustify some oatmeal and add it to your shakes. yea i just created the word dustify
    I make one in the am and one post workout. I already put 3/4 cup oats in em'. Banana, pb and milk too.
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    Do you by chance, have, or ever had a hiatal or incisional/ventral hernia?
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by Heat Miser View Post
    Do you by chance, have, or ever had a hiatal or incisional/ventral hernia?
    I had a hernia removed after 3-4 months of being born...would this still have an effect Mr. Dunn?
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by Celorza View Post

    I had a hernia removed after 3-4 months of being born...would this still have an effect Mr. Dunn?
    Odd I had a double hernia removed 6 months after I was born
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  12. Quote Originally Posted by howwedo107 View Post
    Odd I had a double hernia removed 6 months after I was born
    remarkable coincidence swole brother.
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    At this late in your life I can't imagine it would.

    I had an umbilical and slight epigastric (umbilical progressed upward) hernia repaired 5 or more years ago. Over the last several years it has returned (progressed upward), but now it is a ventral or incisional hernia with a protrusion. The protrusion is causing twisting and obstruction to my transverse colon. When I over exert myself in the gym it increase the protrusion considerably and aggravates the twisting and obstruction. This in turn causes considerable gas, abdominal bloating, distention and constipation for several days.

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    Fortunately I am not obstinate enough to let it go on any longer than I already have and will be having an open (as opposed to arthroscopic) surgery to repair it on the 27th of this month.
    We live in a time where our planet suffers from two epidemics simultaneously - starvation and obesity.

    Look at all these little kids taking care of the music biz, don't their business take good care of me.

    I have the fire, I have the force, I have the power to make my evil take it's course.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by Heat Miser View Post
    At this late in your life I can't imagine it would.

    I had an umbilical and slight epigastric (umbilical progressed upward) hernia repaired 5 or more years ago. Over the last several years it has returned (progressed upward), but now it is a ventral or incisional hernia with a protrusion. The protrusion is causing twisting and obstruction to my transverse colon. When I over exert myself in the gym it increase the protrusion considerably and aggravates the twisting and obstruction. This in turn causes considerable gas, abdominal bloating, distention and constipation for several days.

    Fortunately I am not obstinate enough to let it go on any longer than I already have and will be having a open (as opposed to arthroscopic) surgery to repair it on the 27th of this month.
    That is good info and a possible way to spot a hernia or relapsing hernia like yours. Thanks for that and best wishes for your surgery!
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by Heat Miser View Post
    Do you by chance, have, or ever had a hiatal or incisional/ventral hernia?
    I have not. Good analysis to say the least though. Good luck to you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6andaHalf View Post
    I have not. Good analysis to say the least though.
    I would still tend to believe it may have something to do with core contractile strength or something along those lines rather than some odd and unexplicable nutritional/physiological/metabolic relationship otherwise related to resistance training. JMHO.

    Good luck to you!
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