Thanks K2C, lol, I knew I ment to put it in there. Never thought a post about poo would generate so many replies. It could be from me not chewing all the way, I know I have a habit of that. I also have gotten braces recently, so that doesn't help my chewing much.
Make sure what looks like Rice, are not tapeworms.
I had a CT scan and had to drink contrast fluid. This was after fasting for a couple of days and taking pills to completely clean out my intestines.
After the CT scan you have to go badly since you are full of this contrast fluid. I went several times to the bathroom and had these rice looking things. They were white and looked like rice. I had not eaten rice in months, and besides that, I was cleaned out prior to the CT scan.
The contrast fluid killed some parasites, that I later identified as tapeworms. These particular ones come from swallowing an infected flea. Our pets got fleas prior to this and since some of them slept on our bed, I must have swallowed one in my sleep.
I used MMS later on, to both kill the tapeworms, and treat my Crohn's. It worked well for both. I have not seen any "rice" since.
Turmeric Tincture will also kill some of them. Turmeric in pill form will not.
Corn, green peas or beets have always been the best foods to check on transit time for me.
TV's Dr Oz always talks about Poop. Maybe you can find something on his website. https://www.doctoroz.com
may be the right link.
You sound pretty normal to me. Good luck!
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Hope this is the right place for this question, and sorry about the graphic details. I was wondering what it means when you see undigested food in your stool. More specificaly, with in 24 hours of consumption, I have seen pieces of red pepper, carrot, and long grain brown rice in my stool. Does this mean my body is not breaking these down properly to obtain the proper nutrition? Does this seem to quick for food to be making it all the way though? The rest of the stool seems to have a healthy color and consistency.
This absolutely is not normal. These veggies should be digesting.
Corn is a single exception, yet still most people digest it ok.
If you are not digesting veggies how can you expect to get the vitamins you need from them?
I hope this is still not occuring and was a temporary event as it is not all that uncommon and can be disregarded, but only if it is temporary. If it is still occuring you need to supplement your digestive system, that is failing you, with digestive enzymes that are specific for vegetables... but it makes me wonder just how good your digestion is of protiens also.
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I disagree with Arrowwind, if you have a fast transit time, some veggies will not digest completely. You are fine. You should take a probiotic for awhile just out of a general halth promoting tool, but fibrous components are niot highly digestable.
I've read all the replies, honestly. I've even given each one serious thought. But for the life of me, I still can't help sitting here trying to decide who should play the lead role in the movie version of the CIA Poop Spy. I keep coming back to Ewan McGregor.