Then I recommend you keep a food diary. Record everything you eat in a notebook and when you go to the bathroom; what happens. But keep in mind that food takes 24-72 hours to go thru your system. You might find a food culprit in there somewhere. Record EVERYTHING...even if it's a piece of gum. You might have developed a food intolerance, which can occur at any given time regardless of past history. But by recording everything in a notebook, you might be able to find a common food that is giving you grief. It's a bit tedious but sometimes it can really help.
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