Would you wear a fart filtering underwear?

What if there was no need to clench and hold in that food intolerance's and many other bowel and digestive disorder trapped wind

 

Should Farts be heard and not smelt?  What if there was no need to clench and hold in that food intolerance's and many other bowel and digestive disorder trapped wind, maybe the air pollution rate will reduce. Because an average person passes wind 14 times per day.

The good news is a UK company called Shreddies designed a line of underwear for both men and women as well as jeans and pajama pants that filter out farts.

This underwear is made from cloth that incorporates a carbon-based activated back panel that absorbs all flatulence odours. Due to its highly porous nature, the odour vapours become trapped and neutralised by the cloth, which is then reactivated by simply washing the garment.

According The American Journal of Gastroenterology after going through a rigorous testing they found activated carbon underwear to be the most effective method of removing flatulence odours. And this garment comes in variety of colours and has a life span of 2-3 years.

Don’t you think farting is a fact of life and it should be let out naturally?

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