Rashmi Jameela. stools. June 08th , 2017.
The food that we eat is broken down into smaller particles with the help of wave-like muscle contractions that push food particles further down from the esophagus to the stomach. This process helps in churning food into a liquid mixture called chyme. As chyme moves back and forth in the small intestine, nutrients are extracted and assimilated into the bloodstream. The wave-like contractions in the large intestine facilitate the absorption of water into the bloodstream, and the waste that is left behind after the absorption of chyme and extraction of water, is excreted out of the body in the form of stool. Stool is the principle waste product of digestion.
When shopping for stools you should also make sure that you are not just looking a cheap price or you'll end up getting a cheap product. There are a lot of good cheap bar stools that are still made with quality and will last you for years. If you purchase them second hand then you can see what type of condition they are in, if they have held up this long there is a good chance they are made well. This goes against what most people would think in that buying a used bar stool would shorten the life. This is also true but for the most part is a testament to the strength of the seat.
Many food products such as candies, cake frosting, ice-cream, etc,. contain artificial food colors. Certain drinks also contain artificial color. These colors may result in green color stool. These food colors are unhealthy, hence you should avoid the consumption of products having artificial color.
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