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It all depends on what you are eating. I had them when I had fat in my stool, but also food plays a big factor. Others will give more information.

Take care.

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Does anyone else have white specks in their poo daily. They look like little rice crispies. What are they?

I'd be worried about intestinal parasites. My vet told me recently that people can get worms from their dogs. :o

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Does anyone else have white specks in their poo daily. They look like little rice crispies. What are they?

Have you been eating anything with sesame seeds? Those pass through me and are easily recognizable in my stools.

BURDEE

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Strawberry plants appear in many places where we did NOT plant them. I suspect birds eat the strawberries from our 'patch' and the bird droppings contain strawberry seeds. Those droppings must include intact strawberry seeds which create new plants in those strange places. If seeds pass through seed eating bird bodies, I suspect many seeds pass through our bodies without much alteration. I have diverticulosis, so I avoid pointy seeds like raspberries and flax. Those seem to exacerbate my cramping diverticulosis symptoms.

BURDEE

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Nuts and seeds are notoriously difficult to digest and must be chewed thoroughly. You may want to switch to nut/seed butters.

The medical 'jury' is still out on whether eating nuts and seeds exacerbate diverticulosis. My naturopath told me to just avoid anything that seems to cause my cramping pains. So far only raspberries, flax and popcorn bother me. Strawberries, tomatoes, sesame and poppy seeds don't bother me. I already use nut butters and occasional tahini (sesame seed butter). I don't experience symptoms after occasionally eating nuts. However, I DO try to chew those well. I notice that sesame seeds pass through intact, but never cause pain.

BURDEE

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