Dr. Patricia Raymond is a gastroenterologist who says the burgers, beers, and beans youll eat at todays (Sept. 3) Labor Day barbecue may come with an unwanted and smelly side order.
Dr. Raymond says, A really greasy cheeseburger is going to throw you into a tizzy, but its not the burger as much as the side dishes thatll give you gas. Cole slaw and baked beans are always an issue.
To fight the gassy grill grub, Dr. Raymond suggests taking CharcoCaps, a gas absorbing charcoal tablet, and also advocates eating grilled chicken or veggie burgers as alternatives to keep your farts from fouling up the fun.
And theres another manageable meat that Dr. Raymond says will keep you from passing gas.
Dr. Raymond says, Im not sure if Marie Antoinette said this, but, Let them eat steak!
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