Pooh like a banana should be

  1. Soft
  2. Light in color
  3. Little smelly
  4. Float

Grade “A” poop is pass regularly without straining. It will float like a log on the surface of the water. Ideally, the color of the poop should be light brown. Its surface will be smooth with slight cracks, but deep cracks indicate lack of water. It passes out without residue on the sides of the toilet. It may have an little smell, without any offensive odor produced. Hence, a grade ‘A’ poop like this leaves you feeling relieve and with no worries!

5 TIPS on how to get your pooh to Grade “A”!

1. Eat a Healthy Diet.

Fresh natural food diet with lots of green vegetables consumption because this contains helpful fiber.

Such as:

  • Leafy greens
  • Root and cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, spinach, cabbage and etc
  • Fresh fruit

Consume enough good fats

Such as:

  • Almond nuts
  • Avocados
  • Olives
  • Raw butter
  • Coconut oil
  • Omega-3 Fish Oil

Consume enough protein to keep your bowel muscles strong

Such as:

  • Pastured and organic meats
  • Eggs
  • Raw or Organic dairy
  • As well as wild fish and seafood
  • Adequate protein to strengthen your bowel muscles

Foods to avoid.

Such as:

  • Sugary food like refined white sugar, artificial sweetener
  • Processed and refined foods
  • Red meat
  • Fried foods
  • Spicy foods
  • Acidic foods like citrus fruits, tomatoes, and sodas
  • Alcohol

2. Position

Sitting on the pot is not the best position for poohing. When a person sits on a toilet to eliminate, the rectum is forced into a sharp curve position. People are intended to squat when eliminating which is also not a good position for poohing.  To improve your position for poohing elevate your feet up with a little basket or stool into that squatting position.

3. Timing

In our busy lifestyle, we often race around first thing in the morning and don’t stop to allow our body to do what it needs to do. Let’s create a morning routine that includes sitting on the pot for not more than 15 minutes.

4. Exercise

Leading a sedentary lifestyle can create a red light for our health and for our poops. If you want to GET things right, you got to GET moving by planning a consistent exercise routine every day. The benefit of Exercise helps relieve constipation because it stimulates the nervous system and helps the muscles and nerves in the gut to work better. 

5. Drink Plenty of Water!

Hydration is also very important. Water helps cleanse and replenish our body systems. In fact, studies show that people who drink adequate water were the least likely to suffer constipation. For our large intestine requires water to form stools. Did you know that our stools are made up of 75% water!? Hence, be sure to get enough water every day.

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