05 April 2012

Determine How Healthy You Are Via Your Poop and Pee

Have you wondered if your body functions well but were ashamed to talk about it? The miracle of Internet answers so many questions! It is worth noting what goes on in the WC because you might get indications on serious problems which you should consider. The following infographic found here shows the most important factors when inspecting your poop and pee.

Click on the infographic to see it in full size.

poop and pee infographic




13 comments:

  1. Fantastic Sonya! There are definitely a lot of people who have "hang ups" about talking about bodily functions, but as you and this great infographic point out, they give us quick and simple signs to knowing if we are healthy or not!

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  2. What helpful information, Sonya. Thanks for sharing.
    Valerie
    Everyday Inspired

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  3. Well, what goes in must come out, and it is important to know if it is coming out healthy :)

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    1. You are right, Laurie but the thing is that most people fail to see the connection between going in and coming out :)

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  4. Lol, I love it. :) I spent time researching healthy pee and poop in the beginning of my food journey. I was definitely on the unhealthy side of things before I learned how to appropriately care for my most amazing human body. Whenever I see dark yellow pee here, I hunt down the guilty girl and make her drink a big glass of water! ;)

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    1. Haha, Melinda, you are like an all-seeing eye!

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  5. Haha, that's hilarious!! Bet there aren't too many blog posts about pee and poop out there. ;) Cool infographic, Sonya, thanks for sharing!

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  6. Totally important read but in a fun and pleasurable way. Thanks! Would it be odd to post this in my bathroom for guests? Ha!

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    1. Haha, I think this is a wonderful idea, Shelly. You will give your guests "food" for thought after a generous dinner :)

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