Here we provide some tips on how to quell the smell and, in the process, we reveal many of the reasons why poop stinks. Eat Less. ... Consume Less Sulfur- Rich Food. ... Cut Back on Processed Foods. ... Trim the Fat. ... Get Checked for Lactose Intolerance. ... Check Your Meds and Supplements. ... Get Your Gut Checked. ... Spray before You Squat.

I guess the ginkgo trees are smelling like dog poo lately… and the berries are certainly falling on the Corcoran Street sidewalks. So… here you go: here is why Ginkgo tree berries smell like dog poo.

Feces normally have an unpleasant smell. Foul-smelling stools have an unusually strong, putrid smell. In many cases, foul-smelling stools occur due to the foods people eat and the bacteria present in their colon. However, foul-smelling stools can also indicate a serious health problem.

Tips for reducing smelly odours after you go: Grab some poo-pourri. Yes this is an actual product and according to reviews it works wonders in the bathroom. ... Use air freshener. Bathroom air fresheners come in many shapes and forms. ... Clean the toilet. ... Open the window. ... Light a match. ... Courtesy flushes.

How to Get Rid of Feces Odor Find the source of the smell. ... Put the feces in a plastic bag once you have located it. ... Take the plastic bag to the bathroom and flush the feces down the toilet. ... Add a silver dollar-sized amount of liquid soap directly into your bucket. Fill your bucket 2/3 of the way with hot water.

Malabsorption is also a common cause of foul-smelling stool. Malabsorption occurs when your body is unable to absorb the proper amount of nutrients from the food you eat. This generally occurs when there's an infection or disease that prevents your intestines from absorbing nutrients from your food.

Poor oral hygiene can cause your breath to smell like poop. Failing to brush and floss your teeth properly and regularly can make your breath smell because plaque and bacteria accumulate on and between your teeth. Food that's not removed by flossing stays between your teeth, causing your breath to smell unpleasant.