The question is whether or not you’re an excellent pooper. I’m not much of a potty train. Don’t worry, I’m not Samantha Irby, so I won’t be giving you any more information (unfortunately). Instead, I’m going to provide you with a selection of books that will assist you in achieving a healthy bowel movements. At the very least, I hope so. I’m not sure—we’ve been through this before!
It’s important to note that this is not an endorsement of books that claim to cure or provide medical guidance.
How to Poo on a Date by Mats & Enzo
It turns out that Mats and Enzo, the duo claiming to be “poo specialists,” have a whole library dedicated to the subject. How to poo on a date is the most crucial thing they’ll tell you how to do while you’re on vacation (that’s fancy/European for vacation). No, this isn’t a how-to guide, but rather an illustration of how to deal with various scenarios that may arise when you’re pooing your woo. There’s no denying that the sincere poo diagrams in this one are worth the price of admission.
What Your Poo Says About You by Dr. Alison Chen, ND
With Dr. Alison’s assistance, we can get to the bottom of what your feces are trying to say. It is possible that a minor annoyance could turn into a much more significant problem. Rather than scare you (as these will! ), this nice guide is here to educate and enlighten. The book was written and created with children in mind, but it’s a terrific read for everyone of any age group..
101 Facts and Jokes about Poop: Stinky Facts, Jokes, Comics and Cartoons about Poop by Michael MaMoo
This is the poop book for you if you want every poop fact “supported up a certified humorous joke, cartoon, strange idea, or additional fact.” There are “almost unlimited” ways to use excrement, and you’ll learn how to do it like an expert. A chilling narrative of how Peter Freuchen made it out alive using nothing but frozen feces will be recounted in the book.
How To Poop Like A Pro: The Ultimate Guide To Healthy Bowel Movements by David Koski
What Mr. Koski wants you to do right now is very important to him. When it comes to having a good bowel movement, preventative measures, and “proven” natural techniques for dealing with bowel issues, he claims to be able to assist you. I’m sorry if I’m missing out on an in-home demo, but if you have one, please let me know!
Poop Log: Bowel Movement Health Tracker, Daily Record & Track, Journal, Food Intake Diary Notebook, Poo Logbook, Bristol Stool Chart, Book by Amy Newton
Understanding how things function (or don’t work) in the background requires keeping tabs on your poop. You can record all of your bowel movements in one location, including how often you went, the consistency of your bowel movements, and where they lay on the Bristol Chart.
Help Going Poop by Inci Jones
Inci, thank you for the simple title! If you’re looking for an in-depth look at some of the most unusual aspects of poop, this is the book for you. This book tackles every poop-related condition under the sun, from menstrual cramps to pooping through chemotherapy.
Definite Cure of Chronic Constipation by Prof. Arnold Ehret
I have no idea what this book is about, but based on the guy’s demeanor, I’d say he’s pretty serious about life and helping people poop. I’m curious about the reactions of friends who get uninvited gifts of a book promising to cure their constipation, as one reviewer claimed to have “gave at least 20 copies” to them.
Digestive Wellness: Strengthen the Immune System and Prevent Disease Through Healthy Digestion by Dr. Elizabeth Lipski
The fifth edition of this guide to digestive health has just been released. Dr. Lipski is a professor and the director of academic development for the nutrition programs in clinical nutrition at Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH). She has an impressive array of letters following her name (PhD, CNS, FACN, IFMP, BCHN, LD). Oh my, I’m so impressed I’m at a loss for words.
Perfect Digestion: The Key to Balanced Living by Dr. Deepak Chopra
With general information for the general public and more particular details for those with diseases, Dr. Chopra delved all the way in. He claims to have perfected your digestion, but if you want to know what Ayurvedic medicine thinks about it, here it is.
Essential Gut & Hormone Wellness: Finding Balance Naturally by Teri A. Ringham
To avoid reading four chapters on how essential oils will cure your digestive issues, you’ll have to avoid this book. On the other hand, if you wanted a book with a onesie-wearing person on the cover, this is it!
Poems of Poop by Mark O’Toole and Chris Allard
Poems of Poop by Mark O’Toole and Chris Allard is a tribute to our intestinal dance that somehow manages to make poop uplifting, thanks to the book’s vibrant illustrations and amusing poop poems. The time you spend reading these to your children will be well worth it.
The Story of the Little Mole in Search of Whodunit by Werner Holzwarth
Poop doesn’t belong in many locations, but the top of a person’s head is definitely the last place it should be. To find out who did the deed, Werner Holzwarth’s The Story of the Little Mole in Search of Whodunit features an angry mole who is determined to find out who did it. There will be lots of scatological humor for both children and adults, as is to be expected.
Whose Poop Is That? by author Darrin Lunde and illustrator Kelsey Oseid
This book, a guessing game based on animal faeces, is fantastic for kids. That Poop Belongs to Whom? Deductive thinking is encouraged in this book by Darrin Lunde (author) and illustrator Kelsey Oseid (illustrator). The feces include twigs, grass, and bamboo fragments. If that’s the case, a panda must be close! There are other examples like this throughout the book.