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Products and Foods that cause Anal Leakage

Foods that cause anal leakage are more plentiful than one may think. As odd as it seems, in some cases, the healthier you try to make your diet, the more at risk you are to experience bouts of anal leakage. Anal leakage can best be described as what is usually a yellowish to orange discharge from your rectum that has the consistency of something like an Italian salad dressing. This can occur while you are awake, at stool, or even asleep. That is what is often most horrifying for people, anal leakage can strike at any time, and the normal muscle reflexes that prevent leakage or the involuntary escape of bowel often fail if certain foods are ingested in sufficient quantities.

While it would be far too voluminous to list every individual food product that can cause anal leakage, it can be broken down into five categories of food or cooking products that are known to cause the problem. If you are experiencing anal leakage, check your diet for any products from the below mentioned families, and it is likely you will find what is causing your problem.

Olestra, which is also known as Olean, causes anal leakage for the same reason Orlistat does, which for better or worse will be explained here. Olestra was the product made famous back around the late 1990’s when it was used in many potato chips – most very briefly. Olestra contains a molecule that blocks the absorption of fat. The problem is that it also reduces absorbing other things like vitamins and minerals and acts as a very efficient internal lubricant. As a bonus, it can cause abdominal cramps, rancid gas, and anal leakage. Pringles Fat Free Chips are one of the few major brands still using Olestra, so you have been warned.

Far more sugar free candies that one would think can cause anal leakage. For most people who have a couple candies here or there it is no problem. For people who can’t stop at one, or worse, choose the wrong sugar free candy as an oral fixation substitute when trying to quit smoking, it can be a real problem. If this is a concern for you, check the ingredients for the sugar substitutes mannitol, xylitol, or sorbitol. If you see those, there is a chance you may also see a warning along the lines of “Consumption may cause stomach discomfort and/or a laxative effect.” The laxative effect may cause one individual to move their bowels more frequently, and in others it may lead to anal leakage. It is for the most part a matter of the amount of candy that has been consumed.

Some natural oils are used for a perceived or real medicinal effect  and as is true of most things, moderation matters. Castor, jojoba, and mineral oil fall into this category. For the most part, people who ingest these oils do so by the tablespoon. However, with so many get healthy and lose weight diets floating around in cyberspace that have never been vetted for any actual merit, more than a few have advocated the use of these oils in cooking or as an additive to certain dishes, touting health benefits that may or may not exist. A tablespoon or so is fine, but not necessarily every day as not every individual has the same tolerance. Two tablespoons at a time could be a problem, three or four in a day or so and anal leakage is a near certainty.

Escolar fish, for reasons unknown, can still be sold in many countries. The US nearly pulled the plug on it, but then relented, issuing instead a weak advisory against consuming more than six ounces. If you never heard the name Escolar, you may have heard of super white tuna, butterfish, or Hawaiian walu. It is all the same thing. What causes a problem with this fish is that it has its own digestive problems that it passes along to whomever consumes it. Escolar contains gempylotoxin which in most people causes gas, diarrhea, and abdominal cramps – and of course anal leakage.

Certain drugs, particularly the diet drug Xenical (Also known as Orlistat), is a known cause of anal leakage. While it isn’t really a food, it is a common enough product found in the medicine cabinets of many dieters that it has to be mentioned. The label does warn that “loose stools” and “oily spotting” may be associated with use, but they don’t really mention the extent of the spotting or loose stools which can be a bit more frequent than one would be comfortable with.

For most people, these products will not cause much of a problem. In moderation, most are fine. What must be kept in mind however is that some people have a more sensitive digestive system than others. While 9 ounces of Escolar may pose no problem for one person, for another 3 ounces can be a problem. Nothing presented here is to say any product is inferior, just that in sufficient quantities, for some people, they can cause anal leakage.

Product Review Cafe Creme Cigars Blue

Cafe Creme Blue are a brand of cigars from Holland under the Henri Winterman tobacco brand. Cafe Creme blue pride themselves on delivering a smooth and lasting unique flavor which stands out among the finest smaller cigars in the world. In essence, cafe creme blue are a beautifully seductive change from their classic cousin, cafe creme original as they come in a well made metal tin, but just what are the differences in quality, texture and taste?

Cafe Creme blue deliver a smoother taste than cafe creme original; they are not as strong and not as overpowering as cafe creme original. The taste however is exquisite and very high class. With each taste you can immediately sense the high quality tobacco and the difference is immediately evident from cafe creme original. The smoother taste and the unique flavor of this specific brand makes them a suitable change from cafe creme classic.

Another noticeable difference from cafe creme classic is the smell. Cafe creme original deliver a vintage cigar smell even for a smaller cigar that smells almost identical big cigars. Cafe creme blue however leaves a more aromatic smell with a much lighter cloud of smoke which makes them more suitable for public places. The difference in both taste and smell makes them a suitable alternative to cafe creme original when you are looking for a change.

The texture of the cigar is identical as is the majority of cafe creme cigars. They are small and lit at one end in the same way, and the shape and size is also identical but after one taste, the difference is evident. Like all cigars, the smoke of cafe creme blue is best enjoyed without inhaling. Inhaling is unnecessary as with cigars, the nicotine is absorbed by the mouth and the tongue instead of the lungs so inhaling is pointless.

If you are an enthusiast of smaller brands of cigars such as cafe creme, cafe creme blue provide a nice change from cafe creme original. The difference in taste, flavor and even the after-taste and the smoke that fills the air afterward are evidently different, which can make a nice change. They are cheap and affordable at only 3.50 for a pack of 10 and each cigar lasts much longer than a regular cigarette, with much more taste and much more satisfaction after each one. If you are looking to add a touch of class and standard to your cigar collection, purchase a tin of cafe creme blue.

Orchard Park French Vanilla Coffee Creamer

Coffee lovers have a multitude of options available to them for flavoring their drinks.  Many people are familiar with the Nestle Coffee-mate brand of creamers, which come in both liquid and powder versions and are usually on the expensive side.  However, if you like the French vanilla flavor but you don’t want to pay that much for it, you may want to try Orchard Park French vanilla coffee creamer.

Orchard Park’s powder creamer is about half the price of a Coffee-mate powder creamer (12.5¢ per ounce compared to roughly 29¢ per ounce) and it tastes almost as good when used in coffee.  With the cheaper Orchard Park creamer, you still get a somewhat-rich French vanilla taste, and you can buy twice as much creamer for the same amount of money.

When you open a new container of Coffee-mate creamer (or even one of its store-brand counterparts) you immediately get a strong whiff of its French vanilla flavor.  Unfortunately, Orchard Park French vanilla creamer doesn’t have that same initial aroma – in fact, the powder smells a little foul upon first opening.  But that smell is only out of the container – once you pour the creamer in your coffee the odor is gone, and it tastes pretty good for such a cheap product.

Orchard Park is obviously trying to capitalize on Coffee-mate’s distinctive look, because the Orchard Park container, while smaller, has a similar blue coloring with a bright red lid.  Most people, if they picked up the Orchard Park container without realizing it, could probably taste a difference between the two creamers, but for half the price, the Orchard Park version isn’t bad.

One serving (4 teaspoons) contains 50 calories, of which 10 of those are fat.  There is no saturated fat, no cholesterol, and barely any sodium (5 mg).  Each serving has 8 grams of sugar, and (like most creamers) offers no nutritional value – no fiber, no protein, no vitamins or minerals.

Orchard Park seems to be a dollar store brand, and at the dollar stores that carry it, you get an eight-ounce container of the French vanilla creamer for a buck.  The container is smaller than most other brands of creamer (which tend to be about 15 ounces) but by volume it’s still much cheaper.  For just a dollar, it might be worth it to try it once and see if you can taste the difference.