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There were a few things I stated in my answer that may directly help improve your stool.
1) Probiotics. These are good bacteria such as Lactobacillus acidophilus and bifidobacteria. Probiotics are extremely important for proper digestive function and help us form proper stool. I often recommend my patients get a high potency product that contains 10-20 billion colonies per serving and is dairy free (this should be stated on the label). Jarrow is a good brand and can be found over the counter.
2) Avoiding food sensitivities. Many individuals eat foods that appear healthy but are not healthy for them. Food sensitivities are quite common and are often overlooked. These can be determined with a simple blood test. The lab I recommend is Immuno Labs in Florida. You can find more informaiton about this test here: www.betterhealthusa.com
3) Celiac disease. This is a medical condition in which individuals who consume gluten grains (wheat, rye, barley, oats, triticale, etc) develop destruction of intestinal villi. This can lead to loose stool, abdominal cramping, and overall poor digestive function. The treatment for this is avoiding wheat and all other gluten grains. This can be difficult to do but provides immediate relief as the intestines repair themselves and proper function is restored. You can find more info about this condition here: www.celiac.com
4) Digestive enzymes such as protease, lipase, pepsin, trypsin, chymotrypsin, etc aids in the breakdown of proteins, fats, and sugars. If there is improper breakdown, food passes quickly and leads to loose stool.
5) In the meantime, you can consider eating a more bland diet consisting of rice, applesauce, and bananas (toast is usually included in this but if you are sensitive to wheat eating bread could make your symptoms worse). These foods tend to be more constipating and may help add bulk to your stool.
6) If you are on any medications or supplements you may want to look at the side effects to see if loose stool is listed. For example, magnesium can lead to loose stool if taken in large doses. You could also talk to your doctor about any medications you are on and inquire about side effects.
I hope this is helpful. Please let me know if you have any other questions.
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