Well after each meal you will have an increase in colon activity.Large, fatty, greasy, heavy meals, particularly if you waited a long while to eat (like skipped or delayed a meal) will cause a bigger increase in colon activity that smaller, leaner meals eaten every 3 hours or so.So if you want a BM after a meal wait as long as you can to eat than eat as much as you can and make sure at least some of the items are fried.If you want to avoid BM's after meals then eat on the smaller more frequent side of things.Now some people may go even if they eat a small meal, but it should be easier to manage with the colon on a "move things along a bit" type of situations vs "move it all out we gotta make a lot of room" type of thing.The other time there is a spike in colon activity whether you eat or not is around the time you get up.
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