Picture this: It’s Christmastime and the Grinch lands in your toilet bowl, totally ruining your Christmas festivities! It causes a *gasp* and a “wtf”?! Not everything that is red and green this time of year is a good thing!
So what gives? These monstrosities in the toilet bowl that you inspect shouldn’t be smiling back at you like the green goblin, an eerily foreboding sign of the dangers that are lurking in your daily meals. You think to yourself, what have I eaten? Green food coloring wasn’t on the menu? Could it be the green smoothie I had the other morning? Is it my intake of greens causing my poo to be green?
It can be scary seeing green monsters in the throne, but the reality is it happens every day, all around the world, and could happen to you too! The thing is, the color you see in the toilet bowl is a sign of what is going on with the #1 thing that your body produces, your poo! It got a bad wrap being called #2, but it really deserves the throne!
Read more to get in tune with the signs your body is delivering from the divine! Right in time for the new decade, where you can make a massive positive change in your life.
Is Green Poo Normal?
Green poo isn’t normal, FYI, it’s actually a sign that something may be wrong in the manufacturing plant, A.K.A. your digestive tract.
There may be 50 Shades of Poo (if you haven’t downloaded your copy, get yours now!)… but in general, if you’re healthy and well balanced, your poo should always be brown. Anything along the spectrum of the color of dirt is acceptable.
Outside of this realm, and we don’t have happy campers.
How the Digestive Factory Works to Color Your Poo
Poo gets its color from bile, which is a combination of substances that are to be eliminated out of the body. A part of it is bilirubin (produced from the breakdown of red blood cells). Bilirubin gives it its brown color, in general.
Problems with color are typically caused by problems with the gall bladder, swelling, stones blocking the opening of the duct into the intestine, and sometimes ominous masses in the intestine. Also, the fact that your stools float or sink is a sign of your gut health.
What Does it Mean When Your Poop is Green?
There is another mechanism of action that is especially important when it comes to those green poops. That is stomach acid.
Stomach acid wilts green vegetables. Think of it like this, if you leave a salad sitting on the counter and it is emerged in vinegar (that is the same physiological pH as our stomach acid) you will see it wilt and turn brown. This could be a chemical transformation of chlorophyll, or simply just the acidic pH transforming the components of the green vegetable.
Either way, green poops after drinking a green smoothie is a sign of low stomach acid. Sometimes it also indicates a lack of protein in the smoothie, because protein is the signal for stomach acid to be produced.
Low stomach acid can also be caused by many factors; too much stress, low protein in your diet (thus not simulating stomach acid), lack of important nutrients such as vitamin B12 and zinc, or autoimmune reactions that affect the stomach acid-producing cells, to simply name a few.
What To Do About It
To find out how to test and what to do about it, please download my 50 Shades of Poo. It’s the blueprint for the color of your poo, teaching you how to become body conscious about what is going on as well as diagnostics, inspection techniques and how to fix.
There really is an entire science behind your poo. In your poo, you have the power to understand and be conscious of what is going on inside your body. It’s like having your own personal doctor on dial. It’s time for you to get dialed in my friends xox
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