It is a very basic assumption that everybody's poop stinks. But is this actually a sign of pathology?
Is flatulence part and parcel of our existance, or a sign of gut dysbiosis?
Do people who eat their traditional food, such as Kitvians, have any need for toilet paper?
Weston A. Price told us about the teeth of traditional people, but did anyone report on how digestive systems are supposed to work?
Matshishkapeu is the Innu Fart Man,
the spirit of the anus who converses
with the Innu with great frequency
especially when they are in the
country hunting, trapping, fishing,
and gathering (Armitage, 1987).
Matshishkapeu is an important
character both in myth and everyday
social intercourse. But he is a
paradoxical character: on the one
hand, he is a humorous being and one
of the most important sources of
laughter to the Innu while they are
living in the country; on the other,
he is a serious character who is
thought of as one of the most powerful
beings in the pantheon of Innu spirits
— able to control the animal masters
as well as human behavior.
I pretty much stopped farting after I started eating this way, I'm pretty sure that its a sign stuff is being digested right, in the beginning I used my gas as my guide. My poop doesn't stink either, which is interesting.
I tend to only get gas when I eat things that don't agree with me/ things maybe I shouldn't eat. Peanuts? Gas. Too much garlic? Gas. Dairy? Gas.
When I eat clean no gas. I do notic my stools floating more, which I had read in the past meant you were eating too much fat as opposed to "sinkers."