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Gut Sense - Explains why you should move bowels once or twice daily.
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Konstantin Monastyrsky: Greetings, my name is Konstantin Monastyrsky, I'm an expert in forensic nutrition and the author of gut sense, how to reverse and prevent constipation and irregularity in children and adults. People often ask me this question Mr. Monastyrsky how often should I move my bowels? Well, according to medical doctors once every three days is okay but on the fourth day you are considered constipated. This is obviously incorrect because according to every single primer on the human physiology and functional digestive disorders ideally you should move bowels after each major meal but not less than once a day. If you failed to do so, you are affected by a condition called latent constipation because it is invisible it predisposes you to all major colorectal disorders from enlarged hemorrhoids to colorectal cancer and everything in between.
How do you determine if you are affected by latent constipation instead of mere irregularity. Well you do not move bowels everyday that's one reason next one your stools don't match type 5 or 6 on the Bristol Form Scale and also your stool weight per bowel movement exceeds 150 grams or you have to strain even very slightly to complete a bowel movement or you already have enlarged hemorrhoids or any other colorectal disorders and other one you are affected by bloating, flatulence or abdominal cramps and if you are a lady and you are experiencing cramping related to premenstrual syndrome it may also indicate latent constipation. Also if you are taking fiber supplements laxatives or rely ones are called laxogenic foods such as Activia yogurt, fiber-fortified cereals, oatmeal or juices from prunes, beats and aloe. Any of the above symptoms point to latent constipations that may eventually turn into inflammatory bowel disease and colorectal cancer.
To learn more about the normal physiology of bowel movements and how to restore regularity please visit this page. It also address to frequency in infants, toddlers, grown children, adults and seniors, good luck.