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Published on , Last Updated on April 26, 2017

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While the exact subject of this article may not make for polite conversation, it is still imperative that you know some basic facts about stool color. Being aware of your stools’ hue can help decode possible health or dietary concerns. That being said, the color of expelled wastes reveals more than what you ate last night. What, then, could it mean? Well, these next 10 facts explain.

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Poo

It’s probably not much surprise that the color of poop can reveal certain things about our health. For example, if your stool is green, it may indicate that food moves through the large intestine too quickly; if it becomes a pale white, or clay-like color, it may indicate a lack of bile; yellow, undigested fat. Black or red indicates blood in your stool and you should seek medical attention immediately. The insight that stool color provides doesn’t stop there. The next 7 weird facts about stool color may tell you more about poop than you’d like to know but can provide valuable health information.

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Published on , Last Updated on August 10, 2017

Stool odor stinks!

Let’s face it, stool odor can be best summed up in two words: it stinks. Stool odor is a byproduct of digestion. Volatile compound, such as methyl sulfide compounds, skatole and indole, are produced and are responsible for stool’s odor component. [1] Individual stool odor is as unique as each person’s fingerprints and varies with diet and internal body chemistry, but the subtle differences of stool odor can reveal a great deal about overall health. The following weird facts may provide valuable insight as to the importance of stool odor awareness. Or they just may be weird.

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Public bathroom with squat toilet

Going to the bathroom should be one of the easiest things in the world. For many people, however, this isn’t the case, and they have forces working against their pursuit of success in the bathroom. Some people have intestinal ailments like Crohn’s disease or IBS that complicate the situation. Other folks don’t consume enough dietary fiber or water. [1] Many people take medications that cause constipation. However, far and away, one of the most common causes of unsatisfactory bowel movements, especially in the Western world, is improper positioning while defecating.

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Published on , Last Updated on August 9, 2017

Kid needs a laxative

Constipation is a painful ordeal to live with. Your gut gets bloated, your stomach aches, and your body simply does not feel ‘right.’ The process can be even worse for children, particularly if you are a parent that feels helpless watching your young child squirm with pain from constipation. Most of the time it seems like there is nothing you can do to help relieve their distress. Giving your child chemical laxatives is always an option, and recent studies of newer chemicals have been promising; however, the safest and best way to help children relieve themselves of constipation is to use a natural remedy. [1]

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