Kenneth Koch, M.D., of the gastroenterology unit at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center told Cosmo that there is. It’s the morning. He told the publication that during a time of rest, your small intestine and colon work hard to process the food you ate the day before. The food is likely very prepared to come out of the body within the first 30 minutes of you moving about in the morning, making it the regular time of day to…

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