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Look forward to many fascinating stories, good tips and interesting facts.
- Toilet stool pitch on TV - final recap
- Our gut microbiome: a super organ within a super organ.
- "Doing the big business right" - a mission that connects.
- Squatting on the toilet: How women benefit during and after pregnancy.
- A conversation about the form and content of the human gut.
- Holy shit - a real smartass ;-)
- Intestinal inertia
Toilet stool pitch on TV - final recap
It all started with the decision that we wanted to apply for the start-up TV show "2 Minuten 2 Millionen". In addition to the prospect of working with an experienced and well-connected comrade-in-arms, we were particularly excited by the chance to finally present our very special toilet stool to a wide audience in person.
Our gut microbiome: a super organ within a super organ.
In this blog post, we focus on the microbiome and its importance for our overall health and well-being. This is because the microbiome is not only crucial for the health of our gut, no, its influence goes far beyond the boundaries of the gut and extends to our entire body and even our mental health. To get to the bottom of this phenomenon, our founder Daniel invited Dr. Maren Kemper for an interview.
"Doing the big business right" - a mission that connects.
The toilet stool and mobile bidet: Two products that belong together like yin and yang. Both products offer real added value to practically everyone and ensure a much more pleasant toilet experience, and yet they have not yet reached the mainstream. Changing this is the mission of Lucius from Bidetlity and Daniel from Stuul.
Squatting on the toilet: How women benefit during and after pregnancy.
Are you pregnant and suffering from constipation? Or have you just given birth and now have pain during bowel movements? Then you're not alone. Pregnant and postpartum women often have problems with daily bowel movements. If you have problems or pain with bowel movements during or after pregnancy, you should try the squatting position on the toilet. Here is why.
A conversation about the form and content of the human gut.
Stuul and myBioma move from different directions towards a common goal: the promotion of our gut health for optimal well-being! In doing so, they complement each other perfectly. While one focuses on the correct posture when going to the toilet in order to optimize the elimination processes, the other offers the possibility to explore and specifically support the individual microbiome.
Holy shit - a real smartass ;-)
Our founder Daniel talks to the renowned health expert Birgit Behnke who shows people in companies and in individual coaching sessions the connections between nutrition, intestinal health and exercise and wants to enable them to unleash their full power through very elementary insights into these topics.
Intestinal sluggishness is a concern for many people. Constipation, flatulence and other complaints can become unloved companions. In this article, we take a fundamental look at the topic and show solutions such as more fluids, exercise, fiber and toilet stools.
Natural remedies for the gut. How nature can strengthen our health.
Our founder Daniel interviewed Dr. Elisabeth Haider, an expert in ancient herbal knowledge who has built a successful start-up out of her own story of suffering and her passion for local medicinal herbs. She is convinced that the foundation of our health and immune system lies in our digestive and detoxifying organs and wants to support the stomach, intestines and liver with her products.
Expert Interview with Proctologist Dr. med. Daniel Sterzing
In this interview, our founder Daniel has five expert questions for the renowned proctologist Dr. med. Daniel Sterzing about the field of proctology, patients' health problems and grievances, and the importance of toilet stools from a medical point of view.
In at the top - out at the bottom. The importance of chewing for our gut health.
Our founder Daniel talks to a real chewing expert. You'll not only learn how important proper chewing is and how many areas of our intestinal health - including our bowel movements - are influenced by chewing, but you'll also get good tips on how to integrate proper chewing back into your everyday life.
It is estimated that every second western woman is confronted with hemorrhoidal disease in the course of her life. As if this wasn't annoying enough, it usually occurs during pregnancy and/or after childbirth. Not that there is a good time for hemorrhoid suffering - but during pregnancy or after childbirth, you could probably do without it.