In Episode 8 we hear a really funny story from a man who usually follows a vegan diet but decided it was pizza time. He ate some cheese pizza and lived to tell the story of what happened next.
Let’s just say, pizza time didn’t go well.
He had to improvise in the woods and had an additional complication when he had to use lotion tissues instead of toilet paper.
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Welcome to another episode of poop problems podcast…
…where it is our job to sit down, shut up, and talk sh!t.
We do this because we like to laugh and joke but also because we know that people have actual poop problems and that a lot of poop problems can be made better.
Our episodes frequently involve guests who have had poop problems and also guests who are experts in poop. We talk to these experts and learn all kinds of information about poop so that you can learn and apply this information in your own life.
Lastly, we seek to normalize the human experience of pooping.
Episode 8: Pizza Time Poop Time
In Episode 8 we hear a really funny story from a man who usually follows a vegan diet but decided to eat some cheese pizza. It didn’t go well. He had to improvise in the woods and had an additional complication when he had to use lotion tissues instead of toilet paper.
Poop Problems Podcast is generally NOT suitable for work or children. Sex and other bodily functions may be discussed in this episode.
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Connect with Dr. Brenda Bradley:
Dr. Brenda T. Bradley is a Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach. She developed “The 21-Day Vegan Challenge” to help anyone desiring to make a lifestyle change or explore and experience the healthy benefits of a vegan diet. Connect with her online:
- Puffs Lotion Tissues (link coming soon)
- Kale Yeah Cook Book
- Barnivore – Vegan Beer, Wine and Liquor Guide
- Morning Star Brand Products
Related & Recommended:
- What is GMO?
- What is Organic?
- Bristol Stool Chart – We talked about this in Episode 6.
- Debi’s Cobra Poop – We talked about this in Episode 4.
- Anonymous tells us about a memorable poop situation. [1:45]
- He normally eats a vegan diet, but was offered french bread pizza at work. The baked cheese, tomato paste, and oil were so tempting and smelled so good. [2:00]
- Anonymous found a hiding spot between two transport vans and ate the french bread pizza in record time. He didn’t have cheese for 20 years and developed a bad case of gas. [3:00]
- Was it gas or poop? He was scared. He couldn’t tell the difference between air and poop and had a bubbly feeling in his belly. [3:30]
- He had to find a spot in the woods to poop….yes, another hiding spot! He didn’t have any toilet paper so he had to use Puffs tissues. [4:00]
- The sound of gas was loud and Anonymous was scared of opossums, raccoons and wild animals. Would he get bit on his butt? Would the animals thinks there was a “free hotdog?” [4:30]
- The wiping seemed to go on for a while. Are bad guys coming? Were leaves getting crushed? He used a half box of tissues. Was it poop or was it lotion? He was using Puffs Lotion Tissue. [5:30]
- If you have to poop in the woods, don’t use Puffs Lotion Tissues. [6:30]
- Dr. Brenda T. Bradley joins the show. [8:00]
- Dr. Bradley is a Certified Health Coach and helps clients with vegan diets. Her clients are looking to lose weight and often have health problems such as high blood pressure, diabetes, auto immune diseases, and gout. The vegan diet is not to twist anybody’s arm in to becoming vegan. The 21 Day Vegan Challenge helps clients explore the vegan diet. [9:00]
- Dr. Bradley recommends a guilt free diet. [10:00]
- Dr. Bradley is from Arkansas and was definitely used to eating meat in her diet, including road kill. Not only did she wonder about where she would get protein if she went vegan, she was a little concerned that she might die. [10:30]
- Dr. Bradley shares the concept of bio-individuality. We can all make our own choices about what is best for our own health. [11:30]
- The 21 Day Vegan Challenge is educational; it includes videos, a meal plan, instructions, a cookbook, an interactive journal, a helpful chart that helps people not feel deprived, [12:30]
- Dr. Bradley lost over 30 pounds when she followed a vegan diet for Lent and went on to have her medications discontinued. She then spent 3 years developing the 21 Day Vegan Challenge. [17:00]
- Dr. Bradley tells us about when she listened to the Pizza Time Poop Time story from Anonymous Eric. She was laughing so much she almost crashed. When it comes to what we eat and bowel movements can definitely change based on what we eat. His body rebelled agains cheese and wanted it all out. [19:00]
- Dr. Bradley can tell within 30 seconds if she inadvertently eats an animal product. [21:30]
- Dr. Bradley stepped out of her vegan diet and thought she had food poisoning. The room began to spin. [24:00]
- The scoop on poop: Some people deny the reality of poop, but EVERYBODY POOPS. However, do not talk about poop at Dr. Bradley’s dinner table. Plant based diets can help people have more regular bowel movements. [26:00]
- Types and color of poop can tell us a lot about poop. The Bristol Stool Poop is a useful resource. Poop can look like almond nuts, sausages, or a snake. [28:00]
- What’s up with Ghost Poop? Why does poop disappear in the toiled? [31:00]
- Ideal poops are easy to pass and not too watery. [33:00]
- A light colored poop may be an indication of a medical problem. Red poop might be blood. Talk to your doctor. Diet and health conditions can impact if poop floats or sinks as well as its odor. Talk to your doctor about this also. If you poop changes and you don’t know the reason why, talk to your doctor. [34:00]
- Dr. Bradley had false alarm after eating beets. She had red stool and pinkish-red urine and thought she had to go to the Emergency Room. Good thing her mom (and her first doctor) asked her what she was eating and she realized there was a good explanation for the red color. [39:00]
- Poor Dr. Bradley’s son associated ice cream with pooping because he was experiencing lactose intolerance. He didn’t want a treat of ice cream because he thought his mother was medicating him. [42:00]