Passing gas or flatulence is perfectly normal. It happens when the stomach contains too much intestinal gas, which can lead to feelings of bloating, burping or farting. The average person farts 14 times and produced about one to three pints gas a day, according to emedicinehealth.com. While passing gas is normal and not dangerous, unexpected flatulence often leads to great embarrassment. So if you don't want to toot while giving a speech, going on a date, having sex or attending a meeting, here a list of the most "musical" foods you should avoid...
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