For a week now I have started eating alot of veggies (kale, carrots, salads, corn etc) I have noticed that my stools are not shaped in logs anymore and I see alot of the veggies in the Toilet. I worry that perhaps my bowls are moving to fast.. Last night I ate corn at around 7p.m. and at 9 a.m. when I had my morning poo there was corn. I should also state that I dont remember how fast my bowls were moving before my new diet/exercise program that I started this week. I also have been drinking alot more water. Is 14 hours for corn to fast?
My lactose intolerance or other food intolerances do this to me.
Look for what you just ate, make a food diary. I suspect it's a dairy problem, it can hit suddenly at any age and dairy is in almost everything.
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