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How many pounds of feces are in the human body?
The average person can have between 4-25 pounds of "built-up" intestinal matter in their colon- factors effecting this number are your metabolism, diet, genetics and rate of bowel movements. The general term for feces stuck in the human body is mucoid crap.
A doctor can remove some of this build-up with a colon cleansing.
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Yes, human fecal matter is toxic. That does not mean that if you ate a spoonful it would kill you immediately. However our fecal matter is full of chemicals such that our bodi…es chose not to absorb. If it were suitable for promoting growth, cellular reproduction or repair, your body would use it.
Answer . There are 16 oz in a lb.
There is no one answer for this question since there are different ways to measure strength. There is absolute strength (maximum force), dynamic strength (repeated motions),… elastic strength (exert force quickly), and strength endurance (withstand fatigue).
The number of pounds of bone in a human body depends on the age andsex of the individual. Children's bones weigh less than adults.
Constipation can be due to a number of causes - low fibre diet (foods like bran flakes and weetabix provide lots of insoluble fibre, as well as fruit and veg), not drinking en…ough water, not moving around enough etc etc, however, as your post is also listed in pregnancy would I be right in assuming you are pregnant? In which case it may be that the hormones of pregnancy are causing you to be constipated / have difficulties defecating. Progesterone is a hormone which is found in higher levels in pregnant women, and one of its effects is to relax smooth muscle. Relaxation in the gut smooth muscle means food takes longer to pass through, and in the large bowel this means more water is reabsorbed and the faeces is harder and more difficult to pass by the time it reaches the end. It is fairly common to be constipated during pregnancy, and a high fibre diet, exercise and making sure you drink plenty of water should help make going to the toilet a little easier.
2 767 680 000 000 - for an 80 kg person
5 to 25 pounds
Its waste food that cannot be digested, bodily waste (i.e. brokendown tissue) and mucus
It depends on what the person eats but the heaviest person ever recorded (Jon Brower Minnoch from the U.S.) weighed 635 kg (1,400 lb; 100.0 st).
It depends. If they are in a container, it's mostly up to how much she works out. If they are in a container, it will primarily depend on how large her hands are.
The average human head weighs around 8-10 pounds
Most adults have a total blood volume of approximately 60 mL/Kg body weight. A 100 lb person would be expected to have a blood volume of 2700-3000 mL.
it depends on how much you eat and how little exercise you do. gravity has no affect on how much weight you gain or loose