The Scoop About Healthy Poop
|The Scoop About Healthy Poop||Darrell Miller||11/05/16|
November 05, 2016 03:54 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: The Scoop About Healthy Poop
Is your poop healthy? There are signs that indicate that it is healthy and those that indicate that it is not. Do you know what those signs are? It is a hard subject to talk about for some, but it is important that you have the scoop on poop! For the information important to know about your poop and signs that it is healthy, this article is written just for you.
- While not a favorite topic in company, talking about bowel symptoms to physicians can be critical as changes can be important health indicators.
- Ongoing changes in frequency of stools, in their composition and in whether their passage is comfortable, or not, are indicators of digestive health.
- While brown and green shades are normal for stools, changes that are markedly darker, or lighter, could be important, and should be of concern.
"If an infection is in the lower intestines or colon, then the blood in your stool is going to be red. If you find black blood, then the blood has oxidized and is from higher up in your digestive tract"