TMHS 041: Improve Your Digestion, Assimilation, and Elimination (And Poop Like A Champion!)

In this episode of The Model Health Show we’re talking about the all too taboo subject of pooping. It’s something that everybody does, but most people never talk about it. Your digestion and colon health are truly important keys to longevity and overall wellness. If you’re not eliminating waste properly, it’s only a matter of time before a huge problem shows up.

In today’s show we’re going to cover some critical tips to improve your digestive health and elimination immediately. One of the biggest issues today is not knowing how to poop in the first place (not kidding). We all poop. It’s natural. But in our modern society we’re trained to poop in a way that’s abnormal and can lead to some serious health issues.

From the proper pooping position, to optimal nutrition, to emotional issues surrounding digestion, we’ve got it all for you right now!

In this episode you’ll discover:

  • Why talking about poop is such a taboo subject.
  • What the puborectalis muscle is and how it controls your bowels.
  • What our natural pooping position is.
  • Why many people today can’t get into the right position to poop.
  • The 6 dangers of sitting on a standard toilet.
  • Why a surprisingly high number of people die on the toilet.
  • How your colon recycles waste back into your system.
  • How your digestive health affects your attitude.
  • The shocking length of time that some people go without pooping.
  • How hemorrhoids become inflamed and why they’re a big money-maker.
  • What diverticulosis is and why it’s a hidden health threat.
  • What your toilet paper use can tell you about your ability to eliminate properly.
  • How poor elimination is connected to colon cancer.
  • What “epigenetics” means and how it influences your life.
  • What important (and overlooked) functions your colon has.
  • The impact that your colon can have on your adrenal glands and energy.
  • Why laxatives give a false sense of good elimination.
  • What prolapse is and why you NEVER want to have this happen.
  • Why you absolutely must have a squatty potty in your home.
  • How to easily give yourself an “inner bath” to hydrate your internal organs.
  • Why popular fiber cereals are not working the way you think they are.
  • What critical nutrition tips will help you have healthy bowel movements.
  • 3 superfoods that can improve your digestion.
  • The emotional issues commonly related to constipation.
  • Why exercise is important to digestive health.

Items mentioned in this episode include:

Anorectal angle image

The Stall – Seinfeld Episode

Dr. Norman Walker – Book featuring colon chart

The Truth About Breast Cancer – Podcast

Cancer Truth with Ty Bollinger – Podcast

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  • Megan Pangan
    26 Jul 2014, 5:24 am

    wow, no comments here? man this was the story of my life, I never felt like I could speak my mind. So developed IBS. and doctors always said, the mind was never connected. still on the internet, they often don’t make the mind body connection.
    until I gave myself permission and tell myself “im alright” did my symptoms go away. after 27 years, I finally have a handle on it. great to hear the affirmation of mind, emotion and body.

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  • Michael Taylor
    11 Dec 2014, 8:04 pm

    Thank you sooo much for this info Shawn u the mannnn

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  • Paula Lawrence
    16 Jun 2015, 6:56 pm

    Great show, Shawn! I’ve been using a footstool for years in the bathroom – hate to be without it when we travel.

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    • Shawn
      16 Jun 2015, 7:11 pm

      Thanks so much, Paula! The travel alternative is something I’ve been working to crack the code on myself. 🙂

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