You might think that you know your stuff about poop, but misconceptions are common. Here is the truth behind five common misconceptions about defecating.
Years fell off my face. One day I woke up and every single wrinkle I had was gone. My nails were strong, hair shiny, the whites of my eyes luminous. Who was this person? I was afraid, though, that if I kept on not eating, I’d look like an infant by Easter.
Eating fatty or processed, sugary foods can make your poop smell awful, says Gina Sam, M.D., director of the Gastrointestinal Motility Center at Mount Sinai Hospital. Some people lack the digestive enzymes necessary to fully break down fats, which can delay the digestion process. The longer the food sits around, the more digestive gasses your bod will produce, which will make your number two sessions that much smellier. Meanwhile, processed foods contain oodles of synthetic ingredients that can give the digestive system a hard time. Best to steer clear of these culprit foods as much as possible, says Sheth.
As I mentioned before, there are many similarities between cleansing and detoxing, which is why the two terms are so often used interchangeably.
Do you poop a lot when detoxing? One of the benefits of detoxing is to produce regular bowel movements and promote a healthier digestive tract. Therefore, you are extremely likely to poop more while detoxing.
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Or like those people who work hard at the gym but have a very bad diet… You can smell them from a distance!