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How Your Poo Affects Your Weight And Tell You About Your Health

Jonathan Mendoza

Jonathan Mendoza on TikTok

Do your bowel movements have something to tell you about your weight gain or loss, or your overall lifestyle? Well, a holistic nurse from Austin named Jonathan Mendoza – also known as “Nurse Doza” to his many social media followers – believes so. He said that “healthy poops are a sign of good health.”

“I bet you didn’t think your poops could affect your weight in a good way or a bad way — but they can,” says Jonathan Mendoza in a TikTok video that has been viewed hundreds of thousands of time. “If your digestive tract is off in any way, your body is off, including your overall health. And let’s be honest, with weight gain, you really don’t have that in a healthy individual.”

Yes, poops can affect your weight. The average adult produces about 128 grams, or 4.5 ounces, of poop every day. The weight of your stool can vary depending on a number of factors, including your diet, your bowel movement frequency, and your overall health.

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If you have a bowel movement and then weigh yourself, you may see a small change in weight that tends to be equal to the weight of the stool. This is because the stool is made up of undigested food, bacteria, and water. When you poop, you are essentially getting rid of waste that was in your body.

But this is not what Jonathan Mendoza is talking about.

It’s about your lifestyle. As he says, “You’re putting your lifestyle right here in your fat cells, and you’re putting it right here in your liver, and you’re causing them to become inflamed, which is causing you to become inflamed.”

“That’s exactly how health is supposed to work, right?” he said. “So if something gets backed up and it gets stored in my fat cells, my liver, it’s most likely because I couldn’t poop it out.”

Another issue, says Jonathan Mendoza, is the frequency of your bowel movements. “Healthy poops mean that you go consistently when you want to, and you can count on your fingers how many times you have gone in the last couple of days,” he says. Unfortunately, he adds that “For most people that’s not the case. That’s not the norm.”

‘You should be able to poop daily,’ he added. ‘You should be able to poop after meals. You should be able to poop first thing in the morning because your body’s relaxed.’

Jonathan Mendoza, better known as “Nurse Doza,” is a highly accomplished and well-respected holistic family nurse practitioner and Doctor of Chiropractic. He is a nationally recognized leader, speaker, educator, and advocate in functional medicine, with a special focus on liver function, metabolic health, inflammation, hormone balance, energy, and personalized supplementation. Nurse Doza is pioneering the Liver Revolution and believes the key to optimal health and longevity lies in the liver.



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