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Stools can be brown, green, white, clay-colored, yellow, black or even bright red, according to the Mayo Clinic. Stool is normally green or brown, but can be a range of colors, some of which may indicate intestinal issue...

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Abnormal stool colors include white, which means there may be a lack of bile in the stool, or yellow, which indicates there may be too much fat in the stool, according to Mayo Clinic. Light-colored stool may also occur d...

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Causes of changes in stool color include diarrhoea, consuming a particular food, diseases of the pancreas, liver and intestines, and certain medications and supplements, says MedicineNet. Normal stool color includes all ...

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Abnormal stool colors include white, which means there may be a lack of bile in the stool, or yellow, which indicates there may be too much fat in the stool, according to Mayo Clinic. Light-colored stool may also occur d...

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Healthy bowel movements come in a wide range of colors, from different shades of brown to green, explains Mayo Clinic. The color of stool depends on the food the person ate and the amount of bile in his stool.

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A good diet to relieve diarrhea, or loose stools, involves drinking eight to 10 glasses of water daily; drinking at least 1 cup of water after each loose bowel movement; and eating small, frequent meals instead of large ...

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Hard stools are often treated with lifestyle changes that relieve constipation and encourage frequent bowel movements, such as adding fiber to the diet, increasing fluid intake to at least eight glasses of water each day...

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