Animals don’t need to wipe after they go to the bathroom?, so why do you need to?

The truth is that needing a lot of toilet paper means there is something wrong with bowel movements... and that something MUCH worse could be going on in your colon, intestines, bowels, stomach, and gut.

Weight worries? Cancer concerns? Diabetes diagnosis? Stroke scare?

It may sound silly, but it's a medical fact that too much toilet paper could be an early warning sign of something MUCH worse.

Here's how to see if you are at risk (and the 30-second morning fix)

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