Assalamualaikum and howdy, peepz!
The coming exam doesn't keep me away from blogging. Maybe I'm officially a true blogger, despite the zero money earned from Nuffnang. LOL. Kidding. Blog is not an investment, it's not a place for me to get income.
Well, I have nothing special to write. It's just that in this very moment, I'm in the mood of sharing useful information. It's not fashion or entertainment. This time I'm gonna talk about health, but it might be a little bit gross for you. Oh before that, thanks to Cleo for being my source. ^^
Not everyone reads Cleo I know, especially guys. I just think that this is so important.
Actually I'm about to write about a potty thingy. Human's poop. Or in mannerly word, our faeces. Gross huh.
Well, we should know that what comes out is a good indication of what's going on inside. It's like scoring an exam. If you get flying colors result, it means that it's worth all your efforts and that you've put a real hard work on it. Same thing goes to your tummy.
We can't see what's in the belly. We can't see how the food goes down from our own oesophagus to the intestines and then processed and wasted as faeces. All these times we just learn it from the 3D video or illustrations in textbook. But we can see whether we're having a good and normal digestion or not. How? Through the poops we wasted, of course. Don't be grossed out okay. :p
So here's what you need to look out.
What should you feel: Compact but soft enough to be passed easily.
What you shouldn't: A bowel movement that's broken up or watery. Your investment should also not feel incomplete as this is a common indicator or rectal cancer.
What you should see: Cocoa, mahogany, burnt amber, mocha.
What you shouldn't: Non-brown hues. Persistent red or black overly stinky stool could signal stomach ulcers.
What you should see: A single banana like shape.
What you shouldn't: Be aware of skinny poop as it could be an indicator of rectal cancer. See a doctor if your deposits are consistently scrawny or if you're alternating between diarrhea and constipation.
So, what you say? Intimidating huh. Let's take it serious if there's something wrong with the loo part.
Eat healthy, live happily.