“Toxic poop” refers to guck and impacted fecal matter that has accumulated in someone’s colon over most months or even years.
Most often, we hear about the potentially dangerous effects of toxic poop from people who promote colon cleanses to rid the body of lingering waste. The man who coined the phrase “toxic poop,” named Richard Anderson, was also the creator of a popular colon cleanser.
Is this a real thing? Let’s find out below, along with some tips for keeping your digestive system healthy so that toxicity isn’t a problem.
Is poop poisonous? Not exactly; at least, not in the vast majority of circumstances.
While some people can have toxic gastrointestinal tracts, this is uncommon and not a problem in the majority of adults.
In recent years, the term “toxic poop” has been banded in the natural health community in a way that is both misleading and confusing. Companies that promote and sell colon cleanses claim that adults can have anywhere from 5 to 20 pounds of residual poop hiding within their guts, causing problems such as weight gain, fatigue, brain fog, and more.
However, toxic poop has never been proven to exist, and the available evidence suggests that it is simply a myth. But why take a chance on it I say? There are ways of clearing out your colon, I do a colon cleanse at lease twice a year. Or try to do so If I remember to do so. Below you will see some YouTube videos talking about It, so that you can form your own opinion of it. And decide rather you want to do a colon cleaning or not. And below the video you will find products on Amazon that you can used to cleared out your colon. Me when I do a colon cleaning I feel refreshed afterward.