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Another airline passenger flatulence problem. It is all of our personal job to not affect our seatmates comfort. Buy a Flat-D and wear it on those plane flights. Everyone will appreciate it.

Recently, a passenger's flatulence became so overwhelming that another flyer resorted to asking a flight attendant to intervene, by way of a handwritten note on a napkin.
"I don't know if you can make an announcement," it read, "but if you can you should say that whoever is farting in the area of rows 10 to 12 should definitely see a doctor because they might have a** cancer."
However, it might not necessarily be the passenger's fault.
While on a longhaul flight to New Zealand, University of Copenhagen clinical professor Jacob Rosenberg noticed his stomach was more bloated than usual - leading to an increase in farting.
"Since then, I've noticed just how much flatulence you have on a flight," he told the BBC. "Which is very much."
This increase in flatulence comes down to physics - as the pressure drops in the cabin, air must expand to fill the extra space.

We get a lot of calls for our pads during the holiday travel season. The Flatulence Deodorizer pad can ease your mind about the embarrassment of gas odor. Article follows.
In case you thought you were imagining it, increased flatulence is a real problem on airplanes.In the low pressure of controlled cabin air while flying, the gases in your stomach expand to fill more space, the same way air trapped inside the plastic water bottle does. Do you have a tendency to feel bloated on planes? Now you know why.But the obvious problem with humans getting gassy on airplanes is that when you’re suspended in a completely contained tin can in the sky, there aren’t many options for escaping unpleasant odors. Now there is the charcoal pads you can place in your underwear to absorb those odors.

REmember that wearing a Flat-D can save your job.

The wife of a Pennsylvania man has filed a lawsuit against their former employer claiming he was fired over his flatulence.

Richard Clem, 70, had worked at Case Pork Roll Company in New Jersey for a decade when he was fired last year for his apparent flatulence, according to court documents. His wife, who also worked there, claims the firing was a violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act because her husband is obese.
At the time he was hired, Richard weighed 420 pounds. Then in 2010, he received gastric bypass surgery and lost 120 pounds. But following the surgery, he experienced side-effects like gas and uncontrollable diarrhea, according to reports.
According to the suit, in 2013 the side effects worsened and caused “significant disruption in the workplace.”
Louann claims that the president of the company would often complain about her husband’s flatulence.
According to the suit, the president of the company, Thomas Dolan, would make Richard work from home and allegedly said: “We cannot run an office and have visitors with the odor in the office.”
The lawyer for the family, David Koller, told The Huffington Post: “Flatulence and farting is the sexy part of the story, but my client suffers from obesity, which is covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act.”

A Flat-D pad can help with flatulence odors.
Research shows that probiotics protect against harmful bacteria in the gut, help with the absorption of nutrients from food, stimulate mucus production in the gastrointestinal tract, alter the fermentation pattern inside the colon, normalize bowel movements, and reduce flatulence. What’s more, several probiotic strains have been shown to provide relief for people with IBS as well as for those who are lactose intolerant.

Flat-D makes the Flatulence Deodorizer pad that removes the foul odor from farts.
The foul smell that accompanies farts is usually due to volatile sulfur compounds, such as hydrogen sulfide and methanethiol, or methyl mercaptan. They constitute less than one percent volume and are the result of a high concentration of indigestible carbs like beans, lentils, dairy products, onions, leeks, radishes, potatoes, oats, wheat, cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, and Brussels sprouts. Since we lack the enzymes, the fermentation of complex carbs takes over, leading to more gas than usual. People who are lactose intolerant will often suffer similar complications.

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Why do we have more flatulence on  a plane?  Remember that a Flatulence Deodorizer by can eliminate the odor and embarrassement.
As the plane climbs and the altitude increases, the pressure decreases causing air to expand. If you’ve ever observed a water bottle on a plane, you’ve noticed this. The bottle gets extremely full as you take off and when you land it crumples into itself. This is because the air in the bottle is expanding and contracting with the pressure changes.Now, realize this is happening in your own stomach! This air can increase almost 30%, which would make one quite bloated.
So, that passenger cutting lose ahead of you may be in significant discomfort and in dire need to release the pressure. This expansion of gases in our stomachs is no joke.

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Mr and Mrs Santa have bad flatulence gas odor. Time for a Flatulence Deodorizer pad by Flat-d.  Activated Charcoal cloth pad that you place in your own underwear.

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See our new holiday video. Did you know Santa was lactose intolerant?
Mrs Santa had gastric bypass surgery.

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