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How To Handle Mud Butt Without Messing Up Gut Health

**Disclaimer: This post is brought to you by DiaResQ and The Motherhood. All opinions are my own.

Mud butt. It’s more officially known as diarrhea but in my household we’ve given it the lovely nickname of mud butt for the obvious reasons. It feels like it was just yesterday that I dealt with our first bout of terrible diarrhea with Mini. 

She had just turned 2 and we’d been dealing with diarrhea for almost 2 months. I took her to the doctor and they advised me I needed to give them a stool sample. The amount of excitement that ran through my veins was incredible. And by incredible, I mean non-existent. Trying to get urine samples was super tough. But stool samples? Listen, I died a thousand deaths preparing the sample only for them to lose them. 

Then my mom came to town, smelled her poop (thanks mom!) and promptly told me she was having a reaction to dairy. I removed the dairy from her diet and boom, healthy poops returned. 

What is Mud Butt aka Diarrhea? 

I mean this in the most non-obvious way possible. We know it’s stool that is more watery but why does it happen? 

Diarrhea is normally caused by your body’s immune response to an unwanted or unbalanced microorganism in the gut. When you have mud butt, your body is trying to flush out the potentially harmful intruder and regain balance.

Many of us get diarrhea–it’s so common. But did you know that many of the ways to treat diarrhea leave your gut health imbalanced which can lead to more issues down the line? I know… You treat one thing only for it to cause more issues! But there are other options. 

Mud butt, aka diarrhea, afflicts most of us and we treat it but often times, jeopordizing our gut health happens too. But not anymore!

3 Ways To Treat Diarrhea That Don’t Mess With Your Gut Health

1. Eat a basic diet

As in remove everything tasty. Include things like apples, plain brown rice, bananas, crackers. This helps to give your body a chance to recover from whatever foreign junk is messing with your tummy. 

2. Put flour in your water

Yes. I said that. It’s gross but it doesn’t need much. This will just help to thicken up your poop and help stop dehydration from being next in line to deal with. 

3. Use DiaResQ®

DiaResQ provides nutrients and immune factors that help support your body’s response and rapidly restore normal intestinal function. And it’s super easy to take since you just need to add water, shake, and sip.

Mud butt, aka diarrhea, afflicts most of us and we treat it but often times, jeopordizing our gut health happens too. But not anymore!

DiaResQ

First of its Kind!
Diarrhea is the body’s natural immune response to try and remove an invading microorganism, and most other products work by slowing that response (and trapping that organism in your body). DiaResQ is different – it works with your body to address the underlying issue fast. With DiaResQ on-hand, you can safely soothe your child’s tummy and address diarrhea head on – so you can keep your children happy and healthy and your busy life on track!

Drug & antibiotic free
Feel good about giving your child DiaResQ, a food made from safe, naturally-derived ingredients.

Proven to provide Safe, Fast Relief:
DiaResQ has been clinically demonstrated to resolve most cases of diarrhea on day 1 of use.

Safe for the whole family:
DiaResQ is safe for adults and children as young as one year of age.

DiaResQ is available at CVS and Amazon.

Visit diaresq.com/momapproved to learn more and keep your child happy and healthy!

DiaResQ is not intended for the relief of chronic diarrhea, nor for infants (children aged 12 months or less).

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