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So lets talk stools can we?. My stools are smaller.

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Old 08-11-2010, 11:14 AM   #1
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Default So lets talk stools can we?. My stools are smaller.

So yeah I've noticed since I've been on this healthy eating, exercising thing it has made my stools smaller and well.... not long log like?

Is this normal? I do eat fibra (bread and nuts), plenty of fruit and veg and protein. So healthy foods. I've cut carbs down tho?

I don't have trouble pooing, just that it is smaller then normal? Is this because my body is taking alot more nutrients and burning more then normal and therefore poo are smaller?

I am regular so no problems there, pretty much every morning I need to go.
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Old 08-11-2010, 11:54 AM   #2
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if you are not constipated, or feeling bloated, I wouldn't worry about it. I am low carbing and find I need to take psyllium to stay regular now, however. (with LOTS of water of course) I take it plain as metamucil has sugar and I am allergic to some ingredients in sugar free metatmucil.
Also, if you are low carbing, make sure you get enough fat or you will get constipated.

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