By Colleen Murphy from Health.com:
"By eating food made with blue food coloring, which will turn what you poop out blue, nutrition research company ZOE wants you to track how long it takes for food to travel through your gut. Why? Because knowing your gut transit time (aka, how long it takes for you to eat something and poop it out) can reveal really interesting things about what's happening inside of you.
The Blue Poop Challenge sounds like some great detective work! The Symptom Sleuth has never tried it but for people with GI issues, what a great data point to include in The Symptoms Log or The Trigger Tracker journal to bring with you to show your doctor.
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