since yesterday I experience orange oily stuff going out of me with my stool (twice yesterday afternoon, once this morning). I also experienced discharge of this stuff while having some gas passes.
Besides that I feel perfectly healthy, Im 28 years old male in perfect shape, doing sports a lot...
On wednesday I ate sushi after quite a long time and my Thursday luch was a butterfish steak with red/orange thai sauce. For dinner I ate 2 cheeseburgers (I do not do this regularly :-) On Friday I ate mango, 3 yoghurts and sume nuts for breakfast and a beef tartar in the evening. I have read here it could be caused by the butterfish, but I had that on Thursday so I wonder if this condition would last this long.
I need to admin Im really stressed these days cause of my work.
I left a message for 1 member and thought after reading how many are asking. This may have to go into 2 post. I have found out after having this problem myself how easy the answer is. I think we have all heard the expression it's so simple it's stupid, well this is one of those things. There are 2 really good solutions 1. Certain types of fish allergis 2. certain types of nut allergies. My favorite snack is cashews after eating hands fulls all the time. Certain nuts (cashews and peanuts being the worst) Are grown in other countries where they are trying to stay away from the cemicals we use on are fields so they use an interesting product. Bugs, bacteria, worms, etc do not like certain smells it tells them the plant is not eatable to them so they are intentionally detered away by the farmers spraying certain types of fish oil. You got it fish oil (that much fish oil I would not even go near) Although you have to give these countries credit for not using our garbage. However the body expells bad bacteria as quickly as possible and in some cause like we are discussing the body gets confussed to the idea is it good or bad bacteria so it expells everything in protection. Unfortunately it even strips the top part of the stomach's protective coating and all the way down to dispose of it.
Hence the reason so many today have peanut allergies. They are trying to do right but forgot about those other food allergies in the meantime. I've been told that after 3-5 days staying away from fish and nuts there should be a huge decrease to even stopping the situation, But after 2 weeks of staying away from anything with fish oil or nuts of any kind it does not improve to go back to the doctor's for further investigation.
I've been 1 day and already see an improvement to almost non-exsistant, only after cleaning myself maybe once a day of the substance.Read all labels for a few days on your foods remember no fish oil or nuts and good luck hope this helps.
I had the orange oily stool last night and was concerned. Googled and found very good sources of information that I would like to share here. See the links below.
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