There are many good reasons to improve your poops. For starters, maintaining a healthy bowel routine keeps your pelvic muscles fit and your time on the toilet brief. It helps prevent chronic constipation and diarrhoea, along with secondary problems such as haemorrhoids, tissue tears and unpredictable stools. Use our guide below to make your bowel movements the best they can be.
The science of number 2
They may not be pretty, but bowel movements are a (hopefully regular!) fact of life. Understanding how to optimise the process delivers vital health benefits.
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