Beans aren’t the only culprits in gas creation, its the pesky bacteria in out stomachs that digest some of the food in our stomachs and then release gas into out system. Thus, some people’s stomach bacteria is more active or sensitive and release more quantities of gas into your intestines. Also, the amount of air a person swallows, how the food is digested and how much air is taken from blood cells surrounding the intestines plays a big part as well. Thus, yes, in general beans to tend to create gas, but the volume and how smelly the fart is depends on your own body chemistry.
Beans contain sugars that we humans cannot digest. The most offensive sugars, known as “flatulence factors” to scientists who research farts, are raffinose, stachiose, and verbascose. When these sugars reach our intestines, the bacteria go wild, have a big feast, and make lots of gas!
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