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Encore Episode: What Your Poo Is Telling You

Summary: The color, shape, size, and frequency of your bowel movements may provide clues about how healthy (or unhealthy) you are.
Air Date: 11/22/18
Duration: 26:27
Host: David Friedman, ND, DC
Guest Bio: Anish Sheth, MD
Dr. Anish Sheth holds a medical degree from Brown University and is a gastroenterologist in Princeton, NJ. He’s written articles for dozens of scientific peer reviewed journals, including the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine, and American Journal of Gastroenterology.

He’s a sought after lecturer and has spoken at Yale and Brown University Medical School. His television appearances and print features include The Doctors, Good Morning America, The Rachel Ray Show, Fox News, Consumer Reports, Oprah Magazine, and Self Magazine. Dr. Anish Sheth is the co-author of the best-selling book, What’s Your Poo Telling You.
  • Book Title: What’s Your Poo Telling You?
  • Guest Facebook Account: https://www.facebook.com/anish.sheth.10
  • Guest Twitter Account: @docstool
Encore Episode: What Your Poo Is Telling You
"Poop" is often a taboo topic, but the truth is, it's a critically important biological function which should be talked about.

The color, shape, size, and frequency of your bowel movements may provide clues about how healthy (or unhealthy) you are.

In his book, What's Your Poo Telling You?, Dr. Anish Sheth covers a number of issues you can identify by paying attention to what lands in the toilet bowl. 

Dr. Sheth joins Dr. Friedman to discuss what indicators characterize healthy and unhealthy stools, what a "normal" schedule is, why you shouldn't necessarily panic if you see blood, and how you can improve your overall health by changes to your diet.
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