What to Expect with Breastfed Baby Poop

By | May 21, 2017

Kelly Bonyata, BS, IBCLC of kellymom.com has an important article about newborns, breastfeeding, and what breastfed baby poop should look like. She discusses stool colors and textures and sets expectations for your baby’s bowel movements during the first week and weeks two through six. During the first week, she says: “In the early days, baby… Read More »

4 Ways To Make Poop

By | May 20, 2017

Amanda MacMillan of Runner’s World sits down with Gastroenterologist Felice Schnoll-Sussman, MD to discuss scientific ways to help make poop. She offers four methods including the “Sip and Sit” method. She advises runner to drink a hot beverage in the morning and then sit on the toilet: “The warm liquid acts as a vasodilator,” she… Read More »

Why Your Poop Is Green

By | May 20, 2017

Brian Krans of healthline.com answers the question why your poop is green. He discusses how dietary habit, change, and vegetables can all play a role in stool color. “The most common reason for green stool is a dietary habit or change, such as being on a high-kale diet. Dark green vegetables contain a lot of chlorophyll, the… Read More »

5 Things in Your Fecal Matter

By | May 19, 2017

Healthhype.com’s Dr. Chris posted a comprehensive article about fecal matter and its’ formation and composition. He goes into detail about the role your colon and large intestine play in breaking down the remaining material after food is digested. If you’re wondering what fecal matter consists of, he explains: “About 75% of fecal weight is made… Read More »

Guest Post: Toiletops.com Infographic

By | May 18, 2017

  We’d like to thank Toiletops.com for the following guest post! The goal of this infographic from Toiletops.com was to highlight the lack of toilet accessories in most Western Countries. They noticed a trend in the average American household that most toilet spaces were bare or underutilized, often only having the toilet, seat, and lid.… Read More »

Bowel Movement Frequency – How Often You Should Go

By | May 11, 2017

Dana Dovey of medicaldaily.com has an interesting article on bowel movement frequency and how often you should go. Instead of putting a specific number on the exact number of times you should poop every day, she has a different take. She says: “Exactly how often you poop is relative to the individual. The average individual… Read More »

Review: Luxe Bidet Neo 120

By | April 7, 2017

Transform your ordinary bathroom toilet into a sanitary wash with the Luxe Bidet Neo 120 mechanical toilet attachment. If you’re not familiar with a bidet, it’s a bathroom fixture that uses water to wash your bottom area after an elimination. Common in South America, Europe, and Asia, they’re gaining popularity in the United States because… Read More »