Gastrointestinal Physiology Question


Can different foods pass each other while transiting your gastrointestinal tract? Yesterday I ate lentils and wheatberries at lunch, and then about 7-8 hours later, I ate corn kernels at dinner. My first poop of the day this morning had a lot of corn kernels, but little lentils or wheatberries. My second poop of the day in earaly afternoon had a lot of lentils and wheatberries, but little corn kernels.

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  1. chigau (違う) says

    Can different foods pass each other while transiting your gastrointestinal tract?

    Apparently, yes.
    .
    You poop twice a day?

  2. Seeker of Reason and Amusement and Beer says

    What!? No Kale?

    Or maybe you should create a new Smartphone App, Intestinal Veggie Races…..place a new kind of fitbit with a little camera……

  3. Seeker of Reason and Amusement and Beer says

    Holy Peristaltic Proclamations, Batman!

    Having a very slow September interest-wise, are we?

  4. Al Dente says

    Seeker of Reason and Amusement and Beer @5

    Your secret that you are perpetually full of shit is safe with us.

    He poops twice or thrice a day. Therefore he’s not full of shit.

  5. Andy Groves says

    If you’re pooping twice a day, you may be looking at stomach mixing, depending on how much you ate each time. Even a relatively mushy meal like ground beef and mashed potatoes can take up to 6 hours to be completely emptied.

  6. says

    Obviously these are different ‘kinds’ of food which would never, ever blend into each other.
    It would be against Gods sacred order of things.

    What you have Comrade, is Holy Bowel Syndrome.

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