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    Ooo and also, medjool dates, raw eggs, eating calmly and chewing thoroughly, staying hydrated, moving your body.

    For me sweet potatoes help with my stools, same with salads with fat.
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    I put cushions on our stools at home, and it makes them much softer.

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    blueberries ! . extra fresh fruits do it for me! along with extra water. never fails!

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    Quote Originally Posted by john_e_turner_ii View Post
    I put cushions on our stools at home, and it makes them much softer.

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    Large quantities of coconut oil doesn't affect me either.

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    I wanted to say, taking some liver herbs seems to be helping me out a lot. I have no gall bladder, so I'm a bit messed up. Started taking some liver herbs yesterday and immediately things were better. Continued through today so thought I would report.

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    What are liver herbs?
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    I found this summer that raw squash (yellow crookneck or zucchini) can get you a little loose in the caboose....

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