Haha I love the title of this blog post…honestly, I just came up with it off the top of my head.  For those who don’t know what I mean when I say “Healthy” in quotes I mean bowel movements and wetting your diaper.  This has been an age old question for some people that want to be able to use their diapers in regards to pooping in their diaper.  What do I eat to poop in my diaper?  I have seen this question multiple times.  And, of course you can always do it the “unnatural” way by using laxatives and enemas (gross in my opinion).  I don’t need to use any of that as incontinence takes it presidence over all if you catch my drift.  But, here is what I have gathered from my experience in regards to the best types of foods for ‘me’ that have created “healthy” diapers.  For those of you who are wondering, pooping is probably one of the healthiest things you can do for yourself – get regular!  It not only helps with weight management but also in a way flushes out your body.  But anyways, here are my tips that work for me.

Tips for Pooping in Diapers

  • Water, water, water – I can’t say this enough.  You can eat all the fiber you want and foods you want but water is by far I have found the “stimulant” in my case.  Carry around a Nalgene bottle or some other water bottle with you all day and just drink it slowly.  Trust me, I don’t know the complete science behind it but proper hydration is going to help give you those “bulkier” and “easier to pass” types of defecations.
  • Cereal – for me atleast I have no idea what it is but when I make sure I eat my cereal in the morning before work I can almost always expect a poopy diaper early to mid-afternoon.  Its not always perfect but cereal with skim milk seems to do the trick for me.  Mind you I do eat unhealthy cereal as well and it does the same thing so you may try adding a bowl of cereal to your diet.  Obviously ones with fiber may help a bit more.
  • Fruit – specifically grapes and strawberries have worked wonders for me.  Even though I am incontinent, irregularity still can be a problem.  Even though I can’t necessarily control when I am pooping – I know its important that it happens because irregularity can cause some health risks.  But, if I add some grapes and strawberries to my diet it seems to really add that ‘bulk’ you could say.
  • Pasta for dinner – Another thing I have noticed is when I have a healthy dose of pasta for dinner I can almost always expect to have a filled diaper by morning.  Pasta for some reason with me really helps me poop regularly.
  • AND OF COURSE: McDonald’s cheeseburgers LOL – yeh you can laugh all you want but I swear I don’t know what it is but within several hours for some reason its almost guaranteed I need a poopy diaper change from Peter.  I know not the healthiest food but last resort in my case, LOL.

I am sure some of you may already have known most of this but this is my experience and what has worked descently well for me and I believe regularity is a crucial part of anyone’s diet whether it is trying to lose weight or just stay healthy in general.  But, those are my tips so hopefully they will lead to many full diapers for everyone. 😉.

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10 Comments

  1. andrew March 11, 2009 at 12:57 am - Reply

    Great title for the post!
    I would like to add that not only high fiber fruits and veggies to make a “healthy” diaper, but get some EXERCISE as well. Exercise speeds up the metabolism which pushes waste out to make room for more food.

    Love the site. Thanks

  2. blue March 11, 2009 at 1:39 am - Reply

    you should have a pic of a messy diapers

  3. wetnbulky March 11, 2009 at 6:41 pm - Reply

    Great post! A variation of cereal that works for me is oatmeal. Very high in fiber, very health, and very bulky. Whenever I eat lots of oatmeal in the morning I usually have a HUGE bowel movement before noon. As andrew stated, exercise always speeds up this process for me and if I try to put of going to the bathroom I find myself doubled over with cramps trying to hold back a very fat poo from pushing out. There have been a few times when I genuinely wished I had a diaper on because I almost had a very full load in my pants.

  4. seamuis March 11, 2009 at 9:34 pm - Reply

    I have been saying these very things for so long now, though im not sure on the mcdonalds part =), its wonderful to see someone such as yourself give the same tips! wonderful information. thank you for sharing this.

  5. Me! March 12, 2009 at 12:47 am - Reply

    Your level of maturity is astounding, blue.

    Good post though, Adrian! I especially like pasta for dinner. 🙂

  6. Frink March 13, 2009 at 6:21 am - Reply

    Good tips. This here link (http://www.gaybabydiaperhangout.com/guide.pdf) has a pretty good guide about which foods make defecation/urination easier. I don’t know how accurate it is but it agrees with what Adrian says for the most part. It’s aimed towards people who want to be incontinent, which ain’t me, but the food recommendations are sensible and actually pretty healthy.

    For my own part, I never noticed any ease in defec–um, pooping after eating McDonalds food, just wicked gas. The kind that makes grown men flee, coughing.

  7. Maddie April 4, 2009 at 7:10 pm - Reply

    Another surefire way I’ve found to keep from getting too backed up – though also not the healthiest way – is the unbeatable combination of coffee and cigarettes. With my morning cup (or two or three) and the first cigarette of the morning, I always ensure “taking care of business” before I even have to leave the house for the day. Even if you don’t smoke, a cup of coffee does wonders on expediting evacuation.

  8. littlefoxboy April 11, 2009 at 6:45 pm - Reply

    just curious but do you use nullo or something similar? Suffering with ibs I occasionally deal with #2 and have wondered how well that works

  9. Mark July 3, 2009 at 4:48 pm - Reply

    Ha! I know exactly what you mean about those McDonalds Cheeseburgers.

    I used to get one every once in a while on my walk home from school, and by the time I got home I was sure to be reasy for a nice healthy filling of my diaper. Thanks for the other advice!

    Stay “Healthy”,
    Mark =3

  10. William January 12, 2010 at 1:56 am - Reply

    Another helpful tip. But much like you. not something i need help with.

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