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Spencer Brooks June 27, 2018

One of the best parts of being Bulletproof? Nothing is off-limits when it comes to improving performance. You can lock yourself in a sensory deprivation tank to upgrade your stress response. You can change the way you have sex to supercharge motivation.

And you can analyze poop to improve your performance. It sounds a little out there, but it’s worth your time — paying attention to your stool can help you build a stronger gut , banish inflammation, keep tabs on your organ function, and absorb more nutrients from the food you eat. Because your gut influences everything from your mood to your skin, improving your belly bacteria will help you look and feel your best.

Related: How Gut Bacteria Control Your Mind

There’s so much your poop can tell you about how your body is doing. It’s a fantastic indicator of whether the changes you’re making are moving the needle in the right direction. This ultimate guide to poop, complete with a Bulletproof Poop Chart, will tell you everything you need to know (and maybe some things you didn’t want to know) about your body.

Here are four things to watch for when you poop, what they say about your biology, and how you can use them to boost your performance.

No. 1: Soft, hard, or runny stool?

The first thing to check is your poop’s consistency. You probably do this already – but did you know that the firmness of your poop suggests a wealth of information about your body? Take a look at the Bulletproof Poop Chart.

Basically, if your poop is a 4 or a 5, you’re good. Anything firmer or softer than that means there may be something going on with your biology.

Track your poop over time and figure out what brings you to a type 4 or a type 5 in the poop chart above. If it begins to shift in that direction, you’re on the right track, and odds are your beneficial gut bacteria are flourishing.

Listen on Bulletproof Radio: Connecting Your Gut and Your Brain with David Perlmutter

The next thing to notice is whether your poop floats or sinks. Your stool’s buoyancy is especially useful info when you’re eating a low-carb, high-fat diet like the Bulletproof Diet ( get the complete illustrated roadmap for free ), because it’s a good test of whether you’re metabolizing and absorbing the fat you eat.

Generally, poop should sink. If your poop is solid and occasionally floats, it could just be that you ate an especially large amount of fiber that day, which isn’t anything to write home about.

But if your poop floats regularly, it could be a sign that you aren’t digesting fat. Watch for:

One of the main challenges involved political conflicts. Violence erupted in Sidi Bouzid after eight seats won by the Popular Petition were disqualified in six electoral districts by the Independent High Authority for the Elections (Instance Supérieure Indépendante pour les Elections [ISIE]). The annulment of seats resulted from allegations of the party’s breach of electoral regulations including campaigning during the purdah period (when no campaigning is allowed), foreign financing of the campaign, and having a successful candidate who held office in the former ruling party. Supporters of the Popular Petition Party set fire to municipal offices, protested outside Ennahda’s headquarters, and hurled rocks at security forces, which led to the imposition of a curfew in the town until the violence was subdued. Although the Popular Petition Party recovered seven of the eight cancelled seats (putting it in third place with 26 seats), 12 of its members resigned and declared themselves independent.

Following the elections and resolution of the seats issue, ideological challenges took over. The constituent assembly’s first attempt to draft a new constitution resulted in vast ideological disagreements. After two years, the coalition government led by Ennahda failed to draft a new constitution. In 2013, the assembly reached a deadlock as Ennahda continued to face opposition over what was described by critics as the Islamist party’s conservative agenda.

To add to this, the country saw a rise in extremism and attacks, including violent protests by Salafists in 2012 over an art exhibition that was deemed offensive to Islam and a film that was criticized as anti-Islamic. Tensions rose when two left-wing opposition leaders, Chokri Belaid and Mohamad Brahmi, were assassinated in February and July 2013, respectively, for which Salafist groups later claimed responsibility. The years 2013, 2014, and 2015 a rise in terror attacks, suicide bombs, and clashes between police and violent extremist groups. Mass protests erupted in the country blaming the Ennahda Party for the rise of extremism and violence.

These factors presented a substantial recipe for instability and mass violence. Tunisia seemed to be on the brink of a crisis akin to that taking place in Egypt, and it faced potential violence like that unfolding in Libya, Syria, and elsewhere. How did Tunisia deal with the political and ideological challenges that overtook the country after the revolution?

The Triumph of the Public Interest

The deadlock, violence, and public opposition forced the Ennahda Party to step down in October 2013 and hand over power to a non-party government. This was an unprecedented move—to favor the larger public interest over partisan political interests.

Witnessing the instability and violence in Egypt following the election of the Muslim Brotherhood and the military coup, Ennahda opted for a compromise. Compared to the events in Egypt, Tunisia dealt with challenges through dialogue and the empowerment of civil society, rather than militarism. The deal was brokered by the National Dialogue Quartet, a consortium of civil society federations and councils including the Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT), the Tunisian Confederation of Industry, Trade and Handicrafts (UTICA), the Tunisian Human Rights League (LTDH), and the Tunisian Order of Lawyers, which the Nobel Peace Prize in 2015 “for its decisive contribution to the building of a pluralistic democracy in Tunisia in the wake of the Jasmine Revolution of 2011.” The Quartet played a mediating role in facilitating dialogue and bridging the political and religious divides.

Updated: 02/06/2018

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Concurrent Enrollment is not guaranteed . Concurrent Enrollment Students are allowed to add CSE Courses after all registered UC San Diego students have been accommodated. Although we do our best to accommodate Concurrent Enrollment Students, CSE Courses are in high demand. It ispossible a that Concurrent Enrollment Student will not be approved to enroll in any CSE Courses.

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“If doors open easily and work is free-flowing then chances are you are using your gifts,” says Catherine Bell , author of “ The Awakened Company ” and founder of BluEra . “Similarly, if it feels easy to put ‘sweat equity,’ in then chances are you are capitalizing on your strengths because you are freaking passionate about what you are doing. And what you are doing in the moment is more meaningful than any amount of capital.”

“Isn’t it funny how certain things really bug you, and not others?,” asks Jessica Hartung , founder and CEO of Integrated Work . “People get easily irritated by those who are doing something poorly that they themselves find pretty simple to do. Do you sometimes find yourself saying ‘Why don’t they just….?’ And then you mentally list what you already know how to do, which they are completely missing. It just makes sense, why don’t they do it?

What is lost on most people about this circumstance is the flip side. If the task is easy for you — SO easy you can’t believe they don’t see what is needed — maybe it’s not an indicator of how dense others are, but instead, an indicator of where you are particularly gifted and strong.

Where we have a specific aptitude, the critical factors stand out to us. It’s like they’re shining in neon, saying ‘Obviously!’ Wouldn’t it be ironic if the frustration you feel at watching others flub up what you already know how to do is like a big arrow pointing you to the location where your gifts lie? Begin noticing these moments of frustration and using them as clues to your strengths.”

“I work to rediscover my inner child,” says O’Loughlin . “For example, as a high-schooler, I loved to laugh with my best friends. It was just pure joy to let loose and laugh so hard I was in tears. Now, I find a way to tap back into this with my team at REBBL. I revel in the moments we are together and being ourselves. Playing allows me to be better at my job and more connected to my teammates. Another example: In college, I’d get really excited and passionate when I learned something new. I’d spend hours immersed in what I was learning, wanting to get deeper and deeper into the topic because it felt like pure joy to me. Now, at REBBL, I’m discovering the same thrill I felt in college as I learn more about regenerative business and agriculture and the power it has to make a difference to people in our company and our communities as well as our earth. I spend hours engrossed in the topic, my mind exploding with ideas on how we can use this concepts to make such a difference in the world, especially if we can do it in cooperation with other business.”

“Ask a bunch of people what they think your superpower is,” recommends Johanna Lyman, founder and CEO of NextGen Orgs . “Chances are, it’s something that comes so naturally to you that you don’t give it the credit it’s due. (For me it’s my crazy strong intuition) Then make a commitment do do a lot more of that. Since it’s probably been quasi-invisible to you, you may not be leveraging it enough.”

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