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Information that answers the question "what color should my poop be?" And what to do if your poop is not healthy. You should also think about a colon cleanse.

Information that answers the question "what color should my poop be?" And what to do if your poop is not healthy. You should also think about a colon cleanse.

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  • What Color Should My Poop Be? If you’re looking to improve the health of your colon, and everyone should be, then you do need to ask the question, “what color should my poop be?” Admittedly it's not a question that you would normally find yourself asking anyone but your doctor, but it's a question that you really should make sure that you have an answer to. The color of poop will range from green, to red, to beige, to brown and even black - but what is considered normal is a color that is close in look to cardboard. The reasons for the different colors that you may experience at different times in your life can be Irritable Bowel Syndrome, stress, unhealthy diet, constipation or misuse of laxatives - to name but a few. What you might consider to get your poop the correct color is to add some fiber and bulk to your diet, especially if the stools are loose and slippery. Fiber will bulk up your stools and make them far easier to pass. Not only that fiber will get your colon and digestive tract working far more effectively. If on the other hand your stools are hard and painful to pass, then you should seriously consider adding water to your diet. Drinking plenty of water will help to break up the contents of your colon and help to flush out the smaller pieces from your colon. It cannot be stressed enough that everyone is different and what is normal and common place for someone else might not be the norm for you. However if your poop is not the 'normal' cardboard looking color, then you should look at what is missing in your diet or what you can do differently regarding your life style choices. If all that fails, then consider a colon cleanse to clean out your colon and in effect reboot your system.