Try some probiotic supplements. You may be missing some good gut bacteria. My 11 yr old daughter was a once in 5 days person. But she's every day regular with one bottle of robotics. Amazing change.
You could try eating all your food at once. That triggers pooping for me
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I'm not very regular or frequent, maybe 3 times a week? Even with lots of fat (everything cooked in coconut oil, ghee, or tallow) and less fiber, the best I can get to is 'not constipated.' I've heard that consuming a lot of fat gives people diarrhea-- I have yet to experience that. I only start worrying about it when I'm uncomfortably constipated... Changing my diet hasn't changed the pattern.
what is your alcohol intake? That can sometimes cause issues. Also I second the probiotics!
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If it helps any, it's certainly something that can change. Most of my younger years and into my 30's I'd often go 4 or 5 days without. Now every day or two.
I'd say it's more of a concern if this is something that's recently happened but if it's just the way you are then probably no reason to sweat it.
Some simple things to check:
1. Yogurt, other fermented foods and perhaps some probiotic caps, just to perk up the flora
2. Make sure you're getting enough water. Doesn't have to be "8 glasses a day" but if you never drink any straight water try getting into the habit.
3. "Bulletproof coffee" seems to be effective for some people.
I could go on but really there's little point in chasing down a cure if there's no problem. If "regular" for you means once a week and nothing has changed, then it's no biggie.
I don't think there is anything wrong with it personally. I don't poop everyday (and frankly I'm amazed that people do!). It doesn't cause problems and I don't generally have any intestinal issues so.... I guess if it's not broken, don't fix it!
Hell, for all we know more time in the gut could mean better digestion.
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