Being part of Western civilization with its modern toilets means you aren’t pooping in the proper manner. This is because you sit down to poop. The human body is created in such way that squatting seems a more natural and relaxed way to poop, rather than sitting to do your business

The sitting toilets do not allow the “hatch” to open all the way, which in turn puts strain on the colon that stores waste from the small intestine. The waste is moved by the colon using rhythmic muscular contractions. The sitting position interrupts the flow, causing the waste product to “cement” to the colon wall.

The sitting position also increases the risk of hernias, constipation, hemorrhoids, inflammatory bowel disease, colon cancer and diverticulitis.

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