Finally ! A straight forward, easy to read, entertaining guide to good digestive health. With the assistance of Scoop The Poop intrepid reporter, this empowering bathroom book will help you make a perfect poo.
About The Book
What is a Perfect Poo Made of?
What are the ingredients to a perfect poo? Learn the four major building blocks to a perfect poo and how they also make a perfect you.
What Happens When I Don't Poo?
Failure to eliminate is like a garbage strike in the dead of summer. All that trash just sits and swelters on the 98 degree sidewalk. As it rots, ammonia gas builds up emitting foul odors. This is what happens in you when you don't poo.
How Do I Make a Perfect Poo?
Learn the secrets to making a perfect poo. It's not as hard as you think and 95% of you will be making peerless poos in no time.
Leanne Jacobs- Author of 30 Days to Wealth, Founder of Healthy Girl TM
"What a fabulous mix of health knowledge, digestive insight and Anne’s humour! Everyone should take some time to read this fun, simple and educational tool on healthy digestion! I just love it!"
Dr. Michelle J. Salga ND, IVT, BHRT
"Anne Ferguson, author of The Scoop on Poop, takes the reader on a comprehensive, stepwise journey to proper digestion and the importance of proper elimination. This book puts focus on the principle of "what goes in must, come out" and its' relationship to a healthy functioning body which is the mainstay of a naturopathic approach and disease prevention. The Scoop on Poop, is a great addition to any health minded household or individual that has an interest in knowing the 'scoop' on proper elimination and how it reflects on our health, from the inside-out.
About the Author;
Anne is the owner/operator of Elemental Therapies a Wellness Spa in Stoney Creek, Ontario. Years ago a health crisis lead Anne to explore and become passionate about self-health, thus her businesses' tag line. "Where Self Health is Elemental".
At her clients' repetitive urging Anne wrote The Scoop on Poop; How to Make a Perfect Poo. Her mission is to encourage her readers to pay attention to their bodies, and take ownership for their health with a good chuckle along the way. Because, "Laughter is the best medicine".