But sometimes we’re not all as “regular” as we would like. Be i, a mad dash to the toilet, or the uncomfortable, bloated, feeling of being constipated, any change from being regular is pretty unwelcome. While everything from sickness, medication and even stress can have an effect on our bowels, so too can food. What you eat and drink has a profound effect on your digestive tract and can really loosen and speed things up.
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From caffeine, fiber and sorbitol to just the irritation caused by spicey food, you’re poop is effected by many foods you eat. So if you’re having a hard time lately, either going too much or not often enough, you should take a look at this infographic from plumbworld and see if you can find a cure or a culprit.
We found this on the Plumbworld blog: “Food and Drinks That Make You Poo”
Featured photo credit: Food and Drinks That Make You Poo/ Plumbworld.com via plumbworld.co.uk