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Beano

A proprietary deflatulent with simethicone, which is to be added to beans deemed hyperflatulogenic. Beano’s enzymes digest raffinose and stachyose, two carbohydrates in beans for which humans have no natural enzymes.

Beano

Gastroentrology A deflatulent with simethicone added to beans deemed hyperflatulogenic; Beano's enzymes digests raffinose and stachyose, carbohydrates for which humans have no enzymes. See Beans, Flatulence.
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Ms Stock added: "We'd like to invite Beano readers to come and try other 50 things activities with us.
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