Get the Scoop on Poop

If you’re like me, you’ve started noticing increased conversation and buzz lately about intestinal health, probiotics, and “healthy flora.” I want to know, what’s it all about and how can it improve my own health? Some say a healthy digestive tract is the key to optimum health, but where do we start learning about it all? When it comes to poop, colons and digestive disorders, Digestive Care expert Brenda Watson can give you the scoop!

For more than 20 years, Brenda Watson has dedicated her career to helping people achieve vibrant, lasting health through improved digestive function. A dynamic health advocate, she is among the foremost authorities in America today on optimum nutrition and digestion; natural detoxification methods; and herbal internal cleansing.

Brenda has intensely studied many philosophies of health and natural healing with the premiere teachers of our time. This inspired her to establish natural health care clinics in Florida specializing in cleansing and detoxification. Growing awareness of the link between digestive health and total-body wellness motivated Brenda to write her first book, Renew Your Life, in 2002. The book focused on supporting the body’s natural detoxification processes and improving digestion through healthy nutrition, and has since sold over 100,000 copies. Now a New York Times best-selling author, Brenda has written six books on digestive health.

Brenda’s knowledge is surpassed only by her enthusiasm and mission to help people through awareness and education. Her high-energy, no-nonsense approach to bodily functions has made her a popular presenter on PBS and frequent health expert on national television.

On Tuesday September 27, Brenda is hosting a live webinar,where she’ll share some of her knowledge on digestive health. You can meet Brenda in person and get the Poop Scoop and even ask questions relating to your own personal health challenges. You can also learn from Brenda by viewing new intriguing webisodes and listening to her weekly online radio show. And there’s an informative webcast series on a multitude of health conditions.

Register for the webinar, tomorrow (9/27), here.

Time: 4 p.m. or 8 p.m. (EST)

See you there!

29 comments

Penny C.
pen C.4 years ago

Interesting article.

Jennifer C.
Past Member 4 years ago

Thank you.

Lika S.
Lika S.4 years ago

Having a good digestive system can help you ward off many other physical ailments. I really wish that nutritionists would understand some of this too... Some of the crap they suggest people eat are just ridiculous, such as non-foods like margarine and canola oil because they have low or no calories. To many of these nutritionists, it's all about calories, not the healthful aspect of what you put into your body. I wish they all had to get a masters degree. The one guy I got to talk to for a short bit was a huge help, and I can't remember his name...

Kathelee Banister
Kd Banister5 years ago

Finally!! This info is basic to ancient medicine for a very good reason. Ancient and traditional medicine asks about colour, texture, freq, pain, odour, etc...with urine too; it speaks to the workings of the inside....
If it is undigested when it comes out, you have weak digestion which needs to be corrected or many things can happen.

See an Acupuncturist and you will learn how to truly take care of yourself BEFORE you get some terrible disease. Acupuncturists can read it from your skin, your bowels, your sleep patterns, your tongue and your pulses....and then fix it!!

Abby N.
Abby N.5 years ago

as the late great redd foxx said, "anybody ever [poop] and look back and see corn?" i mean, what's that all about, anyway?

Nancy P.
Nancy P.5 years ago

Poop is diet related....good diet....good poop.....bad diet....bad and smelly poop.....

Mrs Shakespeare
Mrs Shakespeare5 years ago

I'm ALWAYS observing my poop, infact, I cant possibly flush the toilet without giving it a good look first. Disgusting, I know, you dont have to tell me -.- but dont blame me, blame Dr.Oz.

Marie W.
Marie W.5 years ago

Interesting and maybe necessary.

Barb H.
Ba H.5 years ago

Poop is a gross yet hilariously funny bodily by-product.

tiffany t.
tiffany t.5 years ago

If your poop sinks, you need more fiber : )