Is Your Poop Telling You That Your Digestive Health Stinks?

Are you wondering why so many health experts are suddenly talking about poop? Don’t poo-poo this as a fad!

Your poop is kinda like a “movie trailer” to the full movie for your digestive health. It’s the number one clinical indicator of overall gut health 🙂

The more we learn about gut bacteria, the more we realize that your bowel movements reflect certain weaknesses in your digestive defense or certain places that you need to heal yourself and upgrade your eating and lifestyle habits.

Here are some general recommendations based on your “poop profile”!

💩Pebbles (Hopefully Not Fruity)

If your poo is darker, harder pebbles, it’s a good indication that you aren’t getting enough fiber or enough water. It could also indicate that you don’t do well with dairy. Try juicing celery to improve your gastric acid or do a tablespoon of cider vinegar in warm water in the morning on an empty stomach.

💩Sausage with Cracks or Smooth Banana Shape

If this is your poo, you’re in Prince or Princess of Poop, and you’re probably eating and digesting well!

💩Blobs, Ragged Pieces, Watery

Oh-huh!!! This kind of poo usually indicates that something is off… so if this is a regular occurrence, be sure to consult with a GI specialist trained in functional medicine! 

To discuss your specific situation, I invite you to sign up for a free discovery call to chat with someone from our team.⁠

To your health,

Dr. Wanda Bedinghaus, MD, IFMCP
Healing Unleashed

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