Bit of a disgusting question but can food coloring change the color of your poo?
We all have green poo, (DD7, DS3 and me) Google tells me its because it has passed through us to quick, but none of us are sick the only thing different is the red and blue cake pops we have been eating.. I added a stack of color to it so they were bright, but do you think that could be it? I have no idea what else could be causing it in 3 people.
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11-06-2013 12:57 #1
question about poo
11-06-2013 13:04 #2
It certainly can
11-06-2013 13:05 #3
Yep. If DS eats heaps if blueberries his poo turns purple
11-06-2013 13:05 #4
Great, so everyone who comes to the party will go home with green poo!! LOL
11-06-2013 13:20 #5
When DS started having near fluro green poos i started freaking out. I called the daycare mum to check if he'd been having them that day and if he was ok. She let me know he's probably eaten something blue recently. I could not for the life of me think of what he'd eaten, until I called my mum and she told me she gave him a blue pop top the day before! freakout over! LOL
11-06-2013 13:21 #6
Yep, glitter does weird things too. DD regularly eats playdough so it is quite colourful!
11-06-2013 13:22 #7
Haha, never can forget my foray into drinking blueberry cruisers.. and the awful legacy it left the next day!
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11-06-2013 13:28 #8
Yep cake pops will do it. M&M's do it too.
11-06-2013 13:33 #9
Hahaha nomsie, love it!
I remember eating blue jelly as a kid then freaking out coz I had coloured poop after lol
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11-06-2013 13:47 #10
Thanks for the relies. Glad I found the problem!
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