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Lets Talk Poop #4 June 22, 2013

Filed under: Health,Nutrition — jax allen @ 8:31 pm
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This is n interesting view of what your poop should contain.
Get the proportions of your macro nutrients – protein, carbs, fats, water and fibre in balance and you’ll be welll on your way to a healthy transit time and happy gut.

Aim for a MINIMM of 5 A Day – my clients will have targets of a least 5 of each!

Enjoy your food, keep your food interesting and be healthy.

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Lets Talk Poop #3 June 20, 2013

Filed under: Health,Nutrition — jax allen @ 7:00 am
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I hope you’ve been thinking more about your digestion this week!
This chart will give you an ideas of how much a portion of various vegetables actually looks like.
Adding veggies to your meals is an excellent way to improve your ‘transit time’ – that’s how long it takes your food to travel through your digestive system.
Vegetables are also low in calories and high in water content- double whammy!

My clients add as many vegetables to their meals as they like – having prepared veggies in the fridge and your lunch box can REALLY help you avoid craving for carbs and break your ‘sweet tooth’ urges too.

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Lets Talk Poop #2 June 18, 2013

Filed under: Health,Nutrition — jax allen @ 10:41 am
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Let’s Talk Poop! #2
You and Your Bowel Movements

When to see a doctor
By Mayo Clinic Staff
There’s no generally accepted clinical definition for frequent bowel movements. Bowel habits vary widely among healthy people. Some healthy people may have three bowel movements per week, while others may have three per day.

If you’ve made lifestyle changes that can contribute to having more frequent bowel movements, and you have no other signs or symptoms, you’re probably in good health.

Make an appointment with your doctor, however, if you’re experiencing:

Changes in the consistency, volume or appearance of your bowel movements, such as repeatedly passing narrow, ribbon-like stools or loose, watery stools
Abdominal pain
Blood, mucus or pus in your feces

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