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HOW TO KNOW WHETHER THE FOOD EATEN HAS BECOME DIGESTED FULLY OR NOT?

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Most of us don’t know whether the food eaten by us has become digested fully or not. It is only when some special medical event such as the loose motion or diarrhoea takes place that we instantly become aware of the food eaten by us having remained undigested properly. However, we can know immediately whether the food eaten has been digested or not properly by observing closely the smell of the gas or the Fart passing out of our anus. The food has not been digested effectively by our digestive system if the farting gas smells foul or contains the smell of the spices and other ingredients constituting the food eaten earlier. Also, the farting occurs quietly without making any sound. The food has been digested effectively by our digestive system if the farting gas doesn’t smell foul, doesn’t contain the smell of the spices and other ingredients constituting the food eaten earlier or is odourless. Also, the farting occurs generally with a big sound.HOW DOES IT HAPPEN? You must have observed i…

WHY THE WASTE MATERIAL RESULTING FROM THE FOOD EATEN IN THE EVENING MAY STILL BE IN THE TRANSITION?

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In an earlier article by Dr Swaamee Aprtemaanandaa Jee, it has been mentioned as regards the second scenario that “The waste material resulting from the food eaten in the previous morning is pushed forward and gets deposited in the rectum and colon by the next morning.

On the other hand, the waste material resulting from the food eaten in the evening may still be in transition and may not have reached the rectum and colon by the next morning.”
Further, a person who passes out the excreta twice each day, morning and evening, doesn’t have the problem of the waste material being ‘still in transition’. By this logic, even ‘the waste material resulting from the food eaten in the evening’ mentioned in the preceding paragraph must not still be in transition and instead should have made its way into the rectum and colon by the next morning!But, this doesn’t happen in the second scenario.There are many reasons. First, the nervous system of the person who begins passing out the stool only once a …