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Here's How Long You Can Hold Back Your Poop

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Here's How Long You Can Hold Back Your Poop
Here's How Long You Can Hold Back Your Poop

According to Stanford Medical, It’s really the ONLY reason this country's woman live 10 years longer and weigh on average 42 pounds lighter than us. 😱
(And by the way, it has NOTHING to do with genetics or some secret-exercise and EVERYTHING to do with “how” they eat.)

BTW, I said “HOW”, not “what”... 

Tap the image up to see if this short quiz can help you unlock your true weight loss potential

Before I took the quiz, I had no idea that the planet’s healthiest, most slender and disease resistant women focused on “how” they ate and NOT “what they ate”...

These women from a tiny island across the ocean live 10 years longer and weigh on average 42 pounds lighter by pretty much DOING THE OPPOSITE of everything we’ve been told over here 😲

What an eye opener....My scale, my hubby AND my sweet-tooth are all quite happy these days!

PS: The “Carb-Stacking” secret they give you is the best thing ever!

They said I could share the same 30 second quiz I took – just tap the image up and you’ll see what I mean 👇

Here’s How Long You Can Hold Back Your Poop

It can hamper your intestines and cause problems for your bowel movements.  Yet, some people still try to hold it in. Now the question is, “How long can a person hold in their poop?”

How Many Times Do You Need To Excrete In A Day?
Your intestines need to eliminate toxic waste to keep your body healthy. When that doesn’t happen, the toxic wastes get stuck in your intestines, causing further issues. To play it safe, you need to excrete regularly. Luckily, there is no standard rule on how many times you need to do it. Depending on your lifestyle and food habits, it could be anywhere between 1 to 3 times a day. If by any chance you happen to do it more than 3 times a day, there could be digestive problems.

So, what could happen if you don’t go regularly? A lot of complications related to your digestive system. Starting with...

1. Toxication Of Liver
When you don’t go for days, and it collects in your intestines, it begins to harden. As this happens, the stool becomes difficult to pass. Then, your stool could block the excretion tract. 

2. Problems With Bowel Movements
When a lot of stool gets stuck in your intestines, your eventual bowel movements will be affected. This happens due to the pressure the waste creates in your intestines. Due to the pressure, parts of the intestine may tear.

3. Cardiovascular Problems
A disruption of regular bowel movements could cause problems for your heart. When you hold it in, it creates pressure on your gut. This pressure causes a spike in blood pressure levels. When there's a spike in blood pressure, it affects the veins, arteries and blood vessels. In many cases, this develops into hypertension, which is followed by heart-related issues. 

4. Constipation
As we explained earlier, due to the toxic waste stuck in your intestine, it could be impossible for you to have a successful bowel movement. In many cases, this leads to constipation. When that happens, your body starts releasing gases like hydrogen and carbon dioxide.