Dr. Kenneth Koch is the head of gastroenterology at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in North Carolina. And he says you may be POOPING wrong.
According to Koch, the ideal time to go is right when you wake up. Your small intestine and colon spent the night processing the food you ate the night before, and they’re ready to get rid of it.
If you can’t make it happen in the morning, the next best option is getting in a regular routine where you do it at the same time every day.
Your body likes routines, so if you have a regular time to go number two, it’ll keep you healthy. And you can avoid developing issues like bloating, gas, constipation, and IBS.