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February 19, 2021 53 min

In Episode 60, Tina is joined by a special guest to discuss digestive health and why we all need to care about what our poop is trying to tell us! Having struggled with her own digestive disease, Allison is passionate about gut health  and studying to become a specialist in this area. 

Everybody poops. We’ve been taught this since childhood, but sometimes, people aren’t comfortable talking about it. Poop may not be a topic fit for dinner table conversation, but it’s a completely normal — and essential — bodily function. Plus, it can tell you a lot about your health.

A bowel movement is the last stop your food makes as it goes through your digestive tract. Your poop is what’s left of your food and drink after your body absorbs important nutrients.

What and how you eat affects your digestive system, and sometimes, your bowel movements can change simply because of changes in your diet. Other times, changes in bowel movements signify something more serious. What’s “normal” depends on each individual person — but take a listen and learn that there are some signs you can look for that mean something may be off.

Learn more about Alli on her website here:
IG: @allisonmoyer

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