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Understanding Bowel Movements by Lauren B. Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 7:27pm Much to the chagrin and embarrassment of CF patients everywhere, bowel movements are an important part of our lives. In many ways our bowel movements serve as a benchmark that lets us know how things are going, so to speak, with our digestive systems. Cystic fibrosis patients with pancreatic insufficiency should be especially aware of all thi ... Read on »
Importance of a bowel movement by Mike Patten, DC Facebook Posted Fri 22 Oct 2010 1:57pm Today I had a million ideas of what to write on.  However, to adequately explain what I want to say without getting technical puts myself in quite a predicament.  So we are going to discuss the role of a bowel movement in a healthy person.  A bowel movement should occur at least once every day.  It should not be difficult to get out and should ... Read on »
Smell and bowel movements not up to par by Ben L. Naturopathic Doctor Posted Sun 08 Nov 2009 10:01pm Inefficient bowel movements I want to treat symptoms with cell salts if possible. I am basically in good health. I had multi-phasic blood work done 6 months age and it was ok. very minor flags such as sgot/ast l4 Cholesterol 209, hdl 83, ldl 116, wbc 4.7, eosinophil 10.2 blood pressure good and everything else good I have been reading abou ... Read on »
Irregular bowel movements by Bang Reyes Posted Sun 14 Mar 2010 10:08pm I’m afraid of having to suffer from colon problems in my later years due to irregular bowel movements. I have a very irregular bowel movement that results to constipation. Lack of fiber and consumption of too many refined sugar calories are some of the causes of problem in bowel movements. Consuming foods rich in animal fats li ... Read on »
Regular Bowel Movements Can Help At The Gym by NTrainers Posted Thu 24 Nov 2011 1:11pm According to many personal trainers, having regular bowel movements is an important part of maintaining a fitness regimen. If for some reason a client is not as regular as they would like, it is a good idea to increase the intake of dietary fiber. Fiber can be increased by eating whole grains, and fruits, and vegetables. Instead of just having pr ... Read on »
Staying Busy, Bowel Movements, and Jealousy. by recoveringanorexic Posted Wed 17 Oct 2012 3:15pm I’m trying very hard not to eat right now, particularly avoiding a binge. The last two days have not been successful in terms of food (eating more than intended), and my weight is not where I want it to be (what’s new). I have a feeling that sitting here, not eating, will be in vain; there’s a very good chance I will just binge tonight when I g ... Read on »
TIP of the WEEK: All About Bowel Movements: What's the Poop? by Latham Centers Posted Fri 08 Mar 2013 9:15am The truth is, if you have or work with a child with PWS you need to push past the yuck factor. You will see and become personally acquainted with bodily functions in a way that you never thought you would. You may not want to. You may be uncomfortable or squeamish but you need to pay attention to bowel movements. Close attention. The f ... Read on »
Autism Not Tied to Bowel Movement Patterns? What a Crock of... by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 26 Jul 2009 10:08pm Ginger Taylor from Adventures in Autism writes about a new study from Dr. Alan Emond in the UK titled, Autism Not Tied to Bowel Movement Patterns. "The bowel habits of young children with autistic spectrum disorder, in general, are no... Read on »
Autism Not Tied to Bowel Movement Patterns? What a Crock of... by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 26 Jul 2009 12:00am Ginger Taylor from Adventures in Autism writes about a new study from Dr. Alan Emond in the UK titled, Autism Not Tied to Bowel Movement Patterns. "The bowel habits of young children with autistic spectrum disorder, in general, are no different from the rest of population," Emond told Reuters Health. Say what? Bowel habits are a hug ... Read on »
Migraine And Bowel Movements by Andy Posted Thu 13 Jan 2011 5:47pm Oh yes I did! I definitely said "Migraine And Bowel Movements". So, whats this about? (Do I have to repeat it again??) Many migraine suffers have some strange symptoms before, after, or during an attack. We usually don't talk about such things because it's taboo in most cultures. But, it's good idea to know if your symptoms are common, or ... Read on »