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But it is no longer necessary to live with this situation, thanks to a handful of entrepreneurs who offer practical solutions. Several products offer fast, reliable relief for those who suffer from digestive disorders. And those products are even available online, where you can shop in private without facing store clerks and cashiers. What causes the problem of excess gas, commonly known as a fart? Many digestive disorders can cause this condition, including Irritable Bowel Syndrome, lactose intolerance, diabetes, gastric bypass surgery, spastic colon, Crohn's disease, colitis, and other gastrointestinal diseases. However, the source of flatulence need not even be that serious. Many ordinary foods will cause gas-related embarrassment. The usual suspects include dairy, baked beans, dried beans and peas, fruits, bran cereals and breads, wheat products, fatty meats, fried foods, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, and onions, among others. Anti-flatulence products To eliminate the gas at its source, many people use CharcoCaps to absorb the toxins. One bottle contains 100 capsules of activated charcoal. The manufacturer recommends taking two capsules with water after meals, and not to take more than 16 per day. CharcoCaps capsules attract and condense gas molecules into the tiny pores on the surface of the charcoal, a process called adsorbing. You can shop in private for CharcoCaps by visiting stores online that carry the product. Those who prefer not to ingest anything for their gastrointestinal distress might consider a Flat-D filter. Each pad is lightweight and only one-sixteenth of an inch thick. At 7 inches long and 5 inches wide, the pad fits easily into underwear. It contains activated charcoal that filters and deodorizes flatulence. Each Flat-D filter pad is reusable and can last for several weeks. Each package contains 10 pieces of double-sided tape to attach the pad to the inside of clothing. To shop in private for a Flat-D filter pad, go to an online store. Another product that can be used in clothing is called Subtle Butt. One package contains 5 Saving Graces pads that stick discretely to underwear or pants. The pad is made of two layers: soft fabric with an antimicrobial treatment, and activated charcoal with a vast surface area to neutralize odor. Each pad is only 1/32 of an inch thick. To shop in private for these embarrassing products, go online to look for web stores that offer many ways of coping with everyday problems that people don't want to discuss with strangers.