Frequency of elimination
Eliminating on a regular schedule is an indication of a healthy digestive system. Whenever you poop, it should also feel complete pooping at least once a day is a good sign. If you fail to poop at least once a day or poop less than 2-3 times a week, you may be constipated.
Pooping 3 or more times a day could also be a sign of fiber deficiency. Fiber reduces the rate at which food passes through your intestines, allowing more precious nutrients to be absorbed by the body. Eating foods rich in fiber such as vegetables might help. Frequent bowel movements, especially right after eating could be a sign of a food intolerance.