Basically, cheese turns most people into farty, bloaty, runny messes. But it's totally worth it.
Yet another reason to keep eating your veggies; they help you have healthy poops. "A high-fiber diet is good for colon health as it helps bulk up the stools and draws water into the colon to help pass soft stools," Dr. Caguiat says. But there can be too much of a good thing.
"Too much fiber can have the opposite effect, constipation, especially when you eat much more than you consume water," she adds. "Also beware that certain vegetables are gas-producing (cruciferous vegetables like cabbage, broccoli, etc.) so this can lead to bloating and gas pains."
Aside from the lethal amount of sugar and calories and resulting spike in blood glucose levels, there's another reason to limit your intake of candy and treats. "Similar to fruits and alcohol, [sweets] tend to cause more bloating and diarrhea by the same way of fermentation," Dr. Caguiat explains.