What exactly are normal stools?Uploader: Yozshusho 2 years ago Subscribe 8
This, of course, is diarrhea, a subject outside the scope of this chapter with just one important and notable exception—so-called paradoxical diarrhea. If you eat a high-fiber diet, you may have large stools, even if you don't overeat. Apples with peel, dates, papayas, mangos, nectarines, oranges, pears, kiwis, strawberries, applesauce, raspberries, blackberries, raisins. At some point in that 'while,' you'll also end up with damaged bowels, and a life-long dependence on more and more fiber, and 'hard' laxatives. Typical for organic constipation. It helps skittish patients and doctors to distinguish normal stools from abnormal without getting embarrassed over personal details.