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Your poop defines your health. What are the best poops?

What are the best poops?

What are the best poops?

Observe, listen, and don’t ignore the appearance, and even the smell of your stool…

The topic at hand is poop

It’s not a topic for conversation, and if someone brings it up, they’ll be met with nervous half-smiles. In some cases, even involuntary tics may occur.

Of course, there are communities that enjoy describing their own excrement. Often, hypochondriacal groups carry samples of their latest „I have to poop” and if you’re interested, they call themselves „fruitarians.”

Meanwhile, our bodily emissions are actually a very important topic when it comes to health. Therefore, they deserve attention regardless of the significant factor that poop often stinks.

In fact, if you ignore „it” that goes into your toilet, its shape or color, you might actually flush away clues about your health down the drain.

Did you know that the average person generates about five tons of poop in their lifetime?

It turns out that a lot can be said about our health just from the appearance and smell of our stool. So instead of dismissing it, take a moment to think about it.

The shape, size, color, and other characteristics, including the sound it makes when it hits the bowl, can tell you a lot about your overall health.

It will indicate how your digestive system is functioning, and a good psychiatrist knows that the gut is the second brain. Therefore, it also plays a role in the state of depression.

You will also get clues about potential serious diseases, infections, ulcers, or even cancer.

The aesthetic possibilities of poop are almost as wide as a rainbow, and let the bourgeoisie forgive me for using the word poop and rainbow in the same sentence.

But indeed, in this case, we are dealing with a wide range of colors, textures, and shapes that fall within the norms.

However, we must also be vigilant for anomalies, including increased risks that require IMMEDIATE medical attention.

What are the best kinds of poop?

Your stool is about 75% water. The rest is a stinky mixture of fibers, living and dead bacteria, different cells, and mucus.

Take a look at various stool sketches, and their characteristics alone will tell you whether they carry happy excretion and a healthy digestive system.

Color, smell, shape, size, and even sound, such as the splash of water when Type 1 „heavy sinker” or Type 2 „floating” stool hits the water, actually matter.

Do you ever have the best Type 4 poop?

What are the best poops?

What kind of poop defines your health?

The ideal ones oscillate between Types 3, 4, and 5, which are soft and smooth sausages, snakes, and blobs, but all are easily excreted.

As I mentioned before, Type 4 is somewhat perfection! The Maybach 62S among stools.

Fiber tends to bind the stool and acts like glue to give it a larger form, rather than being excreted in pieces.

If the stool is softer (like short-term diarrhea), it may be related to lactose intolerance, artificial sweeteners (sorbitol), or a reaction to fructose or gluten.

What is normal and what is not when analyzing the matter left in the toilet?

Several guidelines can help you evaluate this, as there are a few signs that may be cause for concern, including changes in stool accompanied by abdominal pain.

Stool color is important

Green stool

A medium brown to light brown color is normal, but if you’re a raw foodist and consume lots of green shakes and chlorella/chlorophyll, don’t be surprised if you have green stool, as this is a symptom of raw foodism.

And if you’re a fruitarian and had 10 mangos blended for lunch, expect orange. However, if you eat a standard diet, expect shades of brown.

Defecation should be obvious. The stool should be easy to move and come out, and stools that require excessive effort and are painful are not good.

The best stool is smooth, soft, and formed in one longer shape.

Therefore, the concentration of pieces, in the form of hard lumps (stones), but also very watery puree, and even pastes, is not the best. The latter are difficult to clean from the toilet bowl.

Stools with a diameter of 2.5 to 5 cm and a length of up to about 40 cm are normal.

Narrow or pencil-shaped stools, or ribbon-like stools may indicate hemorrhoids, obstruction, or polyps. In the worst case, colorectal cancer.

However, narrow but infrequent stools are not as alarming as those that are pencil-thin and hard. If they are constantly like this, it is recommended to have further tests.

For starters, a regular morphology test and a completely non-invasive calprotectin test.

Stools ending in an S shape are perfectly fine.

Black stool

However, black stools, tarry stools, or bright red stools may indicate bleeding from the digestive tract.

Black stools can also result from certain medications, supplements, or consumption of black licorice, but the underlying cause should always be determined.

A quiet and gentle descent of the stool into the water is normal. A small splash is what you should hear. However, atomic explosions and a welcoming impact on the water surface with a simultaneous shower are not good.

White, pale, or gray stools

White, pale, or gray stools may indicate a lack of bile, which may suggest a SERIOUS HEALTH PROBLEM such as:

  • liver inflammation,
  • cirrhosis,
  • pancreatic disease,
  • or a blocked bile duct.

Such stool strongly justifies a visit to a doctor.

  • Neutralizing drugs may also produce white stools.

No one says it should smell during excretion, but the natural odor shouldn’t be so repulsive.

Be vigilant.

Yellow stools

Yellow stools unless you’re a fruitarian and have eaten mango or cantaloupe, may indicate Giardia (lamblia) infections or problems with the gallbladder.

They may also indicate a condition called Gilbert’s syndrome, so contact your doctor.

Undigested food particles in stool

When you can see undigested food particles in your stool, it is cause for concern, especially if it is accompanied by:

  • diarrhea,
  • unexplained weight loss,
  • or other negative changes in bowel function.

Increased mucus

This could be related to inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, or even colon cancer.

Especially when increased mucus is accompanied by bleeding, abdominal pain, or nausea.

If what you leave in the toilet has a really bad odor

If your stool has an unusually unpleasant odor, this fact should not be ignored.

Of course, I am referring to odor that exceeds the usual smell.

Such a foul odor could be related to a number of health problems:

  • Celiac disease
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Chronic pancreatitis
  • Cystic fibrosis

Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a disease caused by a faulty gene that causes the body to produce large amounts of sticky mucus.

This mucus accumulates and results in life-threatening lung infections and serious digestive problems.

Most cases are diagnosed by the age of 2 or earlier, so mothers must be particularly sensitive to the smell of their children’s stools.

What type and how much gas?

When it comes to gas, keep in mind that trillions of gut bacteria are doing their job, which causes the production of gas from 1 to 4 liters per day.

If we didn’t expel gas, we’d be floating around like balloons on a fairground afternoon.

90% of gas in a healthy diet has a minimal odor, but the remaining 10% does. The quantity and type of gas produced are influenced by what you eat.

However, every human being must pass gas about 14 times a day. This includes models and the pope. How lovely.

What is the correct frequency of bowel movements?

The normal frequency of bowel movements, when we talk about what is considered normal, is not the same for everyone.

Rather, consider what is normal for you.

It turns out that the range can be from three bowel movements a day, the pattern of a Buddhist monk, to three times a week.

The latter frequency is accepted by allopathic doctors as being normal, as it is adapted to modern dietary habits.

What is more important than the frequency of bowel movements?

More important is the ease with which you can move your bowels and eliminate waste. Passing stool should not be more difficult than urinating or passing gas.

Several factors can affect this ease of bowel movement, including:

  • diet,
  • travel,
  • medications,
  • hormonal changes,
  • sleep,
  • exercise,
  • illness,
  • surgery,
  • childbirth,
  • stress,
  • and many other things.

Constipation and Diarrhea

The average time required to pass stool after eating a meal is typically between 18 to 72 hours, depending on the type of food consumed. Animal protein is usually digested the slowest.

If the transit time is significantly shorter, we experience diarrhea because the intestines do not have enough time to absorb water. Conversely, if the transit time is longer, it can result in constipation, as too much water has been absorbed, leading to hard, dry stools that are difficult to pass and can cause fecal impaction.

Fecal impaction can cause bloating, discomfort, and a feeling of incomplete defecation. Chronic, untreated constipation can lead to serious health conditions.

However, it is important to avoid using laxatives frequently, and only use them as a last resort and for a very short period of time.

The most common causes of diarrhea are:

  • Consuming more fruits and vegetables, as this increases the fiber content in the diet
  • Hyperthyroidism
  • Increased physical activity, such as running
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Drinking more water
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Stress
  • Celiac disease
  • Allergies (gluten, dairy, soy, fish, etc.)
  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
  • Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO)
  • Side effects of medications
  • Gastrointestinal infections

Most common causes of constipation:

  • Junk food diet
  • Less fiber, fewer fruits and vegetables
  • Pregnancy
  • Childbirth or hormonal disorders
  • Problems with stressed muscles or nerves in the intestines, rectum, or anus
  • Ignoring the urge to have a bowel movement
  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
  • Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO)
  • Insufficient activity
  • Diabetes
  • Inadequate hydration (drinking 4 glasses of water on an empty stomach every morning is a required daily hygiene practice, but you don’t do it)
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Calcium or iron supplements
  • Local pain or discomfort around the anus, such as from cracks and hemorrhoids
  • Medications such as narcotic pain relievers (e.g. codeine)
  • Diuretics
  • „Stomach” medications that neutralize stomach acid (proton-pump inhibitors)
  • Antidepressants
  • Or excess or abuse of laxatives

Less common causes include:

  • Diverticulitis
  • Intestinal obstruction
  • Colorectal cancer
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Spinal cord injuries and diseases
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Food allergies

How to prevent or alleviate digestive symptoms at home?

Most problems with the digestive system can be prevented or resolved by simple changes in diet and lifestyle.

The frequency of civilization diseases is related to the quality of bowel movements.

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Consider the following corrective actions:

  • Remove all sources of gluten from your diet.
  • Adopt a diet based on as many raw, organic vegetables and fruits as possible, which I will wrap in cotton, consider the power of raw foodism.
  • Avoid artificial sweeteners, excess sugar (especially fructose, such as corn or agave),
  • Avoid chemical additives, MSG,
  • Excessive amounts of caffeine and processed foods, as they are known to be harmful to good digestive and immune system function.
  • Increase gut flora by adding naturally fermented foods to your diet.
  • Sauerkraut rules, but also cucumbers and goat kefir when you eat dairy products.
  • You can take a probiotic supplement if you suspect you are not getting enough in your diet.
  • Make sure you are consuming 35 g of fiber per day.
  • Hydrate with fresh and clean water, preferably starting the day with a ritual of four glasses.
  • Run or exercise.
  • Avoid pharmaceutical drugs such as painkillers and antidepressants.
  • Remember that antibiotics often cause various gastrointestinal disorders.
  • Squat instead of sitting on the toilet (you ask what the eagle position is, well, squatting on the toilet bowl)

When squatting, you assume the most correct posture for defecation.

You straighten your anus, relax the puborectalis muscles and encourage them to completely empty the intestines without effort.

There is scientific evidence that this type of bowel movement can cure constipation and hemorrhoids.

  • Consider a bidet

A bidet is one of the nicer things that can happen in your bathroom.

Consider using a bidet instead of toilet paper.

A bidet is a blessing in your bathroom.

Wishing you perfect bowel movements.

pepsi eliot

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  1. avatar Przemko :-) 13 maja 2023 o 17:43

    Ło żesz! Medytowałem jak było w artykułach. I nagle widzę wszystko po angielsku 😁🇬🇧

    1. avatar Pepsi Eliot 14 maja 2023 o 07:10

      To jeszcze zobaczysz po niemiecku 😀 a kasa już się zgadza? 😀

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