We spend so much time talking about food, it’s only natural that we discuss the undigested, residual matter that makes its way through our inner pipes and floats (or sinks) its way into the pipelines of the world.
I think I’ll lay off the poetry and just get to the good stuff.
My personal poop hero and colonic knight in shining armour, is Michael Perrine. You may recognize that name, since we tell everyone about the first call we did with him: The Scoop on Poop. It was all about demystifying enemas and colonics, and SO many people have benefited from that call.
Well, recently we’ve been getting a lot of questions about poop, and we knew exactly who to call to the rescue.
If you ever find yourself wondering:
- Should it float?
- Should it sink?
- Why is it green?
- What about and other pertinent poop-related problems?
- What’s a colonoscopy and do I have to get one just because I’m turning 50?
- How many times a day should I be pooping?
- Why does it stink?
- What if I see things floating in there? Am I not digesting properly?
Admit it! We all ask ourselves these questions, and it’s about time we have a no-holds barred conversation about bowel health! So on Thursday, January 13th, we’re inviting Michael to answer all these questions and more!! But just in case I haven’t picked up on your poop questions, you’re welcome to send them in here for Michael yourself and I’ll do my best to answer them on the call.
HERE’S HOW TO ACCESS THE INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL:
The call will be happening on Thursday, January 13th at 3pm Eastern.
Note: If you’re reading this after the call, you won’t be able to send in your questions, but you will be able to listen to the recording.
Please mark this date and time in your calendar, so that you do not miss out on the call.
PLEASE CLICK THIS LINK TO SEND IN YOUR QUESTIONS, ACCESS THE TELESEMINAR, OR ACCESS THE RECORDING ONCE THE CALL HAS ENDED.
This is going to be a great call!
No butts about it!
Tags: bowels, colon health, constipation, diarrhea, Michael Perrine, poop
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