Health & Wellness Vlogcast Wellness Wednesday

‘Poo’ & Your Health – how your ‘Poo’ could save your life

June 8, 2022

Poo! It is part of our body’s functions yet do you know that examining your Poo could save your life?

Poo is one of the best indicators of what is happening in our digestive system. It can tell us how well we are chewing and if we are chewing properly to breakdown the foods we eat. Are we feeding our gut bacteria the right sort of foods to make them thrive and be healthy? Is our gut environment conducive to keeping gut bacteria thriving and doing the jobs they are meant to do?

My guest on the Women Living Well After 50 podcast today is Ange Sinclair, the Digestive Detective who is on a mission to have us all ‘looking back’ and examining the health messages our poo is sending us.  In this episode we discuss:

  • Why is it important that we do examine our Poo?
  • What is poo made up of?
  • Bowel movements – How often should we be going to the bathroom?
  • What  other things should we know in relation to poo when it comes to our health.
  • How much fibre we really need daily?
  • Red flags that we should take immediate action on. 
  • Ange’s ‘Perfect Poo’ Program.

Take Ange’s ‘Perfect Poo Checklist’ Quiz, that will give you an idea of where you should probably go next and what to do.

Listen to the Podcast

Watch the Video

Meet Ange

Ange Sinclair Digestive Detective
Ange Sinclair – The Digestive Detective

Ange Sinclair is the Digestive Detective. As a Naturopath she helps women purge the pain, beat the bloat and get to the root causes of their digestive issues by educating and empowering them to be their own Digestive Detective. 

For the last 10 years Ange has  been actively engaged in helping the community with their digestive issues through nutrition, herbal medicine and supplementation. 




Have you checked your Poo lately?

Sue Loncaric

Women Living Well After 50

Living Life Your Way

1 Comment

  • Reply Toni Pike June 9, 2022 at 13:54

    So important, Sue. Thanks for this. Toni x

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