Does Frequent Bowel Movements Affect Weight?
Good night does frequent bowel movements affect weight?
Hello, good night Yusuf ...
Regular bowing is indeed an important part of one's health. Frequency of bowel movements (BAB) is related to the transit time of food in the digestive tract. The faster the food is processed in the intestine, the faster the food will reach the rectum (the end of the large intestine, before the anus), so that BAB will be more frequent. However, if a person weighs his weight before and after bowel movements, then it is likely that he will not notice any significant difference. Even if there is a weight loss, then the weight loss cannot be counted as an actual weight loss. This will certainly be different if someone is in a state of illness, if the increased frequency of bowel movements occurs due to certain conditions / health problems (for example diarrhea), then it is likely to occur weight loss.
Weight loss depends on calories and calories expended, these two components can produce healthy weight loss. If the calories entered through food and the calories expended (for example by physical activity / sports) are the same or balanced, then a person's weight will remain, while to lose weight, the calories expended must exceed the calories that enter through food.
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