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Podcast 272:
How to Fix Your “Bathroom Woes”.


Last week, I spent a day reading Natural Solutions for Digestive Health by Dr. Jillian Teta and was totally BLOWN AWAY by these 3 statistics:
#1. Americans spend roughly $725 million annually on laxatives. (O.M.G!)

#2. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) affects up to 15 percent of the U.S. population, a number that is likely way below current prevalence, as only about one quarter of people with IBS symptoms seek treatment.
#3. 48 percent of Americans are on at least one Rx drug, many of which have one or more digestive side effect.

One of the biggest issues we have with digestion is that no one likes to talk about it. 
But not me, I can talk about poop all day. 🙂
And that’s why Dr. Teta and I got together for mind-blowing episode on WHY digestive problems are on the rise and HOW to fix them.

Here are my notes!

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Podcast 220: How to Have the Perfect Poop!


by Sean Croxton

These guys know their sh*t.

(Sorry, just couldn’t help myself…)

Jordan Reasoner and Steve Wright of SCD Lifestyle joined me on Underground Wellness Radio a few weeks ago to teach you how to have the perfect poop.

According to listener feedback, this was one of the very best episodes we’ve had all year — tons of amazing info on hormones, detox, intestinal infections, lab testing, and gut healing protocols.

Click the player below to listen to the entire show!

Or, click HERE to read the show notes.

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Book Review: Fat is Not Your Fault

Mathematics was never my favorite subject, especially when calculators were not permitted during tests. I dreaded the phrase “solve the following problems long-hand”. Ugh!

Math is an all-or-none discipline. The answer is either right or wrong. There is no gray area. No in-between. A single misstep can undermine the entire outcome. I think we can all relate to spending an hour on a problem, only to later learn that we miffed on the second step. As above, so below.

Such is the case with fat loss. While diet and exercise are so loudly espoused as the sole elements of the fat loss equation, they rarely solve the problem.