Lets go over a couple of terms so you know what your coming up against while reading these posts.
So put those together and you will understand, we're talking a lot about digestion....and after digestion comes POOPING. Yes, I said it pooping. There is a whole world of information out there about pooping and we are not being told the truth. The majority of our Family MD, pediatricians, OBGYNS, and even those in specialized GI fields don't know crap about proper elimination habits. They are often the same medical professionals that believe diet doesn't really matter if your eating off the USDA "plate". The industry who train our doctors have their own agenda in mind and it is not to provide healing but to "maintain" health. There is a HUGE difference. We want to be well, not maintained.
Gut Sense is a good place to break the myths being spread around by our modern medical professionals. Starting with the truth about fiber.
So be forewarned posts will likely contain detail about the contents and or the experience of bowel function. As odd and somewhat embarrassing as it is, I'm sharing this information because understanding bowel health is so important, and as a general rule people are largely misinformed because they have been told their bathroom experience falls in the "normal" category or are given "treatments" that do not reverse the problem and only "maintain" it.