If you haven't had any leafy green vegetables or foods with green dye lately, the explanation for green bowel movements might not be as innocent. If you don't recall eating any foods that might turn things a different shade, you could be having digestive issues. Bowel movements are typically brown in color because the bile in your digestive tract turns them that shade. Green would indicate that the food didn't have time to change colors, mean you may have an issue with bile production. Typically, this cause of green bowel movements would also cause them to be watery or runny.
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