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    bamf_9 posted:
    I have Changed my diet, and began to work out on a daily basis for about two months now. I have lost about thirty pounds, but I have noticed that I have had very loose stool since I made these changes. I drink about a gallon of water a day. I feel great, but should I be worried about my loose stool?
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    Rich Weil, MEd, CDE responded:
    I don't know why your stool is loose. You could check in with the Diet Community for ideas about diet http://exchanges.webmd.com/diet-exchange but you probably ought to check with your doctor.

    Take care,
    Rich


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