How many times do you do poop? Weight Loss?

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How many times do you do poop? Weight Loss?

#1 Postby Espirito » Fri Dec 16, 2016 2:00 pm

I see many people, include myself that have difficulty to gain weight, and loose weight quickly.

I normally eat: Oats, Banana, Soy Milk, Lentils, peas, Rice, Pasta, flax seeds, chia seeds, sunflower seeds, broccoli, peanut butter, nuts, almonds, hazelnuts, etc..
My weight don't go over 71 kg...

I eat to much fiber maybe.
This foods, maybe are dissolving very quickly.

I daily do 5 or 6 times poop.
Everything i eat maybe are leaving out my organism.

How many times do you do poop?

I can't gain weight doing poop this times.... :|

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Re: How many times do you do poop? Weight Loss?

#2 Postby TankOnTwoLegs » Tue Dec 27, 2016 10:13 pm

I have IBS. So I poop an average of 6 times a day because I can't digest much so it all kinda flies out. I've tried it all so it's just something I live with. I never had an issue with losing too much weight unfortunately because I still have weight to cut. I eat a lot because after I poop, I'm hungry because it didn't digest. So I eat like one breakfast, two lunches and two dinners, then a couple snacks in between. Feels like I eat nonstop. :popcorn: :popcorn:
One of the best things about being a Vegan is that after a couple of weeks, your poop becomes so clean you barely have to wipe.

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Re: How many times do you do poop? Weight Loss?

#3 Postby Espirito » Wed Dec 28, 2016 12:01 pm

I thought i was the only.
I understand what you said about eating habits. I eat a lot to.

Thanks for sharing... ;)


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