White, gray, or clay-colored stools indicate a lack of bile. It may suggest a problem with the liver and gallbladder, which are the organs that produce and store bile. It can be due to a blockage of the bile ducts, gallstones, or cirrhosis.
White fluid on a brown stool can be a sign of Crohn’s disease.
2- Green Poop
The green color may be caused by chlorophyll-rich vegetables like spinach, green food coloring in beverages, and iron supplements.
If it’s not the food, it means that your stool is moving through the digestive tract too quickly and doesn’t have time to get enough bile and bilirubin.
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