Author Topic: Hydrogen sulfide, one of durian smelly gas, could protect our mitochondria  (Read 80 times)

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Since those  scientists responsible for the study do not seem to eat durians, they only refer to fart gases, which do contain hydrogen sulfide as well...

This is a University of Exeter  study so you'll probably be able to find the reference in english

Here is the french link to the study

https://sixactualites.fr/actualites/respirer-pets-serait-benefique-sante-grace-sulfure-dhydrogene/39320/

The much intriguing title in french goes "Smelling farts could be beneficial for your health"