Pooping. We all do it. It’s a requirement for being alive. If you’re healthy, you do it once or twice a day. But did you know you could be doing it wrong? Yeah, it’s definitely possible to poop wrong, and it’s pretty likely that you are.
In the same way we were never supposed to sit in offices all day or enjoy hours of television, we were never meant to sit while we poop. The way toilets are designed is counter to the way our bodies.
When we sit at a right angle on the toilet, feet flat on the ground, back straight, we use incorrect sitting posture for pooping. What we end up doing is squeezing a part of the colon shut, thus tugging on the rectum and obstructing the pathway for waste to follow.
What ends up happening is we have waste left behind, simply sitting in the colon. The result can be constipation, hemorrhoids, diverticulitis, and maybe even colon cancer. The waste left behind sits and rots, which is extremely toxic.
In many parts of the world, people poop the way they’re supposed to: squatting. They often perch above toilets with their feet on the seats. They’re doing it the right way.
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