Your Questions About Does Green Tea Make You Poop Yahoo

Lisa asks…

my fish is floating at the top of the tank what should i do? and what does it mean?

Francoise answers:

He has swim bladder disease. Don’t feed him for a few days (4-5 days)

Go to a petstore and get some salt for fresh water tank and throw a tea spoon in your tank (1 tea spoon for every 5 gallons)

Also if you can get some ammonia remover if you don’t already have one.

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Floating or Flipping:

Symptoms: Goldfish can not control their position in the water. They may flip over or tilt or stand on their head. Often they are flipped over and cannot get to the bottom of the tank. They may flip over momentarily or for a longer time. Because of their body shape, goldfish often have swim bladder issues.

Treatment: Bouyancy problems may be cause by multiple things (some of which we can’t do anything about without surgery).

Keep nitrAtes low

feed a varied diet that includes fresh and live foods.

Some goldfish get gas from processed foods (look for floaty poop). Eliminate pellets and flakes and feed fresh foods (e.g. Shrimp, peas, to see if that’s the culprit.

Constipation Fast for 3 days and then feed a shelled green pea. Avoid pellets or flakes for the next few feedings and add fresh foods to their diet.

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Please ignore the morons below who keep making fun of your fish. Yahoo answers is full of LOSERS and half of them found your question!

Joseph asks…

why am i pooping so much?

this is a little gross but ive been pooping alot , to the point where its really annoying!!! i always enjoyed a regular and successful BM but for the past week it has been unpredictable, sudden, very soft, and i feel like im not finished.
i have changed my diet in the past month, i eat lots of fruits and vegetables, no white or processed starches, no red meat, lots of chicken, eggs, and fish. i also drink a cup or two of green tea every day. i know i must be getting alot of fiber , but wouldnt that make my poops more successful? and why would i lose control over when i have to go? the other day i had to turn the car around on my way to work bc i so suddenly had to go and couldnt wait another 20 minutes! also i see food that i ate less than 12 hours ago (i know these are gross details but i have to know if this is normal!) is it my diet or something else? and if its my diet, what can i do to make my poops more manageable without eating the stuff im not supposed to eat?

Francoise answers:

Though U r very careful in Ur dietary habits, Maybe, U r taking such food stuff most regularly, unsuitable to Ur body’s constitution. In Ur case, acupressure techniques can come to Ur rescue.

PS.If satisfied/benefited with, inform others to browse ‘YAHOO ANWERS’ on any health issue.

Linda asks…

How does blue + brown = green?

I wrote a letter to a local dairy asking about one of their drink products… and they never answered… so I’m asking the Yahoo! Answers community for help!

Here’s my letter in full…

From: ERiC AiXeLsyD
Date: Mon, Jul 26, 2010
Subject: Blue Raspberry Drink & interesting side-effects?
To: info@gallikers.com
Cc: stangeletti@gallikers.com

Hello Mighty Milk Moguls,

I’m writing today to tell you how much I enjoy your Blue Raspberry drink. Man, it’s flavorful and gives me quite the sugar rush! I do enjoy Galliker’s milk and juices, although your iced tea isn’t quite as good as Turner’s. Your lime drink is also stellar… but typically we go for the blue. I was wondering why you don’t have them all pictured/listed somewhere on the website when I looked to find a way to contact you. It’s good to show everyone what you‘ve got! Turner Dairy has a photo of all of their products on their website, along with nutritional information. I do enjoy the allergen information on the “Learn More” section of your site though… it’s something I take quite seriously as a person who suffers from a severe shellfish allergy.

The main reason that I’m writing to you today is to ask… why does your Blue Raspberry drink turn my poop into an odd shade of green? It’s quite a disturbing site until I realize that I drank some of your juice in the last 24 hours or so. Perhaps you ought to put a warning on the label? I’d love to know the science behind it. If you need photos, I can send them upon request.

Thank you for your time, and thanks in advance for the reply. I can’t wait to hear from you!

It’s not easy being green,
-Eric

P.S. – Turner’s has a Tea-Bird, do you guys have the Galliker’s Gremlin or something cool like that?

Can’t imagine why they didn’t answer.

http://www.gallikers.com/

http://www.turnerdairy.net/

Francoise answers:

It’s the blue and purple dye. Here is more information on different colored stools…

Http://www.puristat.com/constipation/bowelcolor.aspx

Green Bowel Movement
Like an orange stool, a green stool can usually be attributed to something you have ingested.

The most obvious is green foods that you have eaten, such as green leafy vegetables, or foods with a lot of dark purple or green food coloring like Kool-Aid or gelatin. It can also be caused by vitamins that contain chlorophyll. These may not appear green, but the chlorophyll in them will turn stool a green color.

Food and medicine are not the only reasons for green stool; again a fast transit time can cause a stool to turn green. If your stool is passing too rapidly through your intestines, it does not allow bile to break it down. Before being broken down by bile, stool is green. It is the bile that actually turns stools brown in color.

John asks…

I’m gassy but haven’t pooped for 5 days?

I haven’t pooped for 5 days, but I’ve been passing gas. And I just had some bowel movement, but I got nothing coming out. I drink a 100ml probiotic drink each day, some times I take 2. I have at least half a cup of rice and I’ve been eating more greens and less meat. And I also drink at least 3 bottles of 500ml sized water or tea. I realize I’m having problems when the doctor prescribed me some medication (Pregabalin) for my bad headaches.

Anything I can eat to help this??

Francoise answers:

Suppositories, laxatives and enemas are all totally unnecessary if you eat the right foods.

Olive oil is supposed to help as in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search?p=%22olive+oil+for+constipation%22&fr=ush-ans

All fruit and vegetables in very large amounts are laxative.

You need to permanently change your diet or you are likely to get colon cancer.

Constipation can make you extremely unwell and can lead to colon cancer as it causes a build up of carcinogenic toxins in the system.

Perhaps red meat is the culprit as in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search?p=%22red+meat%22+%2B+constipation&fr=ush-ans as it can take up to 3 days to go through the system.

The intake of foods such as milk, cheese, white rice, white flour and red meat should be restricted, because they tend to contribute to constipation.

Any food that has had the fiber stripped out, the nutrients processed out or slows down the digestion is a constipation culprit. Here’s a list of foods shown to cause constipation problems:

•Meats, especially fatty meats, red meat and processed meats,

•Dairy Products, such as cheese, ice cream and whole milk,

•Fast Foods – burgers, French fries and other fried foods, pizza, etc.,

•Refined grains, like white rice or any refined white flour products,

•Highly starchy foods – white potatoes, corn and all refined grains,

•Pastries and other high sugar products, such as cakes, cookies and pies,

•Deep-fried foods, chips and other foods that are high in bad fats.

You can see lots more in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search?p=%22natural+ways+to+relieve+constipation%22&fr=ush-ans which tells you “Natural Ways to Relieve Constipation” and the right foods to eat.

Sharon asks…

Could I possibly be dying from these things?

I did some research online about H. Pyroli, which is what I have, and the web page said that it is caused, in most cases, by eating something that contained fecal matter. I didn’t recall eating something that had fecal matter in it until I remembered I ate some cereal that had some rat poop in it. I think I took only four or five bites of it. This occurred about a year ago. I also heard that H. Pyroli would stay in your stomach for a while before you experience symptoms and about half of the world has some of that bacteria in their stomachs.
I went to a children’s hospital to get an endoscopy in order to find out why i have been having these chronic stomach pains. That was when I found out I had H. Pyroli. After that, I was put on medication for two weeks, and that made me a lot better. But, I still have occasional stomach pains. I ate ranch dressing yesterday and the day before. I felt bad the day before yesterday, and the day after i felt really bad, even more so after I left McDonald’s.. But I feel a lot better now, although I somewhat have a hard time eating because i feel very nauseas when I do, especially when I did tonight. I am also lactose and sucrose intolerant. Today, I had diarrhea. And, whenever i would lay on my side, my stomach would hurt a little.
I have been having back pain, possibly due to bad posture. The pain radiates to my bowels and my lower stomach. Could this all be a back issue? I know that sounded stupid, just like my question does. Could i have potential cancer? i am also going to a nutritionist next week to find out what i can eat regarding my problems.
Oh, and I have also been having pains in my stomach that feel like burning sensations.
Binka, I think you are right about me having a sensitivity to gluten. i read that kids with autism-spectrum disorders shouldn’t have gluten because it worsens autism. I have Asperger Syndrome.

Francoise answers:

Anyone can have potential cancer but you don’t. I can read your symptoms and I feel pschyic also, at least I have been an after-the-fact investigator, and done a little student work in the lab and morgue.

People die of alot of things, even minor, but you are not dying of what you have. There’s definitely Irritable bowel symptoms which are treatable, and your endoscopy was more for acid reflux of GERDS.

Firstly, you de-stress yourself, relax and accept life the way it is, and make whatever changes are possible and realistic. Much can be done if you remain calm, grounded and steady or consistent.

For your digestion, consider that you may a bit of celiac disease or gluten intolerance, disguised as lactose and sucrose-allergic reactions. You can get over the lactose/sucrose if that’s all you have.

I see people overcoming lactose intolerance by ingesting small bits of milk or cheese, now egg nog at a time, or mixing it with water, and believe it or not, alcohol, which is toxic, and you’re too young. Sugar intolerance is almost non-existent. I don’t believe in it. What I know is that sugar turns into alcohol inside you, screws things up, and makes you high, and then you crash.

For your intestinal disorders, eat some nice attractive fruit, melon, strawberries, apples and bananas, pears, peaches or grapes. The darker fruits have cancer killing anti-oxidants. Watch out for blueberries, plums or prunes – they can be laxatives – ouch! You need fibre to bulk up on too, like bran, flaxseed and oatmeal. Don’t forget probiotics, in yogurt. It will be so good, doncha just know it!

I think your back pain is just spasm and stress. And maybe some real stress on the bladder, ureters and kidneys. Or just muscle tension? You owe yourself some warm bath, maybe scented candles and hot green or jasmine tea.

Overall, you should build yourself up with honest and non-quirky, vitamins B12 and D, the sun substitute. Try St. John’s Wort if you must, for the depression, but I almost say nonsense to that, you’re a big girl and can psyche yourself up, especially if you become chemically & physically balanced, or maybe fit? Still you need the B12, D and maybe iron if you’ve low. You’ve got to get some natural serotonin, melatonin, and dopamine happenin’! Endorphins will make you happy.

I suggest a complete lab workup and readout on your blood, and urinalysis for the heck of it, since you got back pain. You may have some uric acid and gout, so must avoid yeasts and breads with yeast and certain glutens. We can’t have it all. It’s give and take sometimes. So perk up and see your glass as half full, not empty. Try 6 – 8 glasses of water a day actually to flush you and cleanse your entirely system, every single cell in your body.

You’re allright. Tons of potential. A young body and mind, not yet damaged or ravaged by time. It will get better, and soon, things will seem fine. It’s all chemistry, and is not a real biology or psycholgy problem, just imbalance. Glad you asked. Cheer up, there’s always something good that can be found. The old saying is to accentuate the positive. And I don’t use old sayings, but I try to be specific and scientific, so your recipe for success is here (oh no, not on Yahoo, by non-pros???) but with that nutritionist, the right doctor and couselors if it ever comes to that.

So, whatever the problem, there is an answer.

Donna asks…

Help with Compost pile?

Can i dig a hole and just put green stuff , coffee grounds, etc..
And make compost? If not can you please tell me the necessary
ingredients to make a good compost pile? I have a trash can,
and can dig a hole how should i do it? Tell me the necessary thing to
put in it…
Thanks..
If you got any Questions
email me at” Dra90n3y3@yahoo.com”

Francoise answers:

Household pet manure (dogs cats etc.) has pathogens which can be transferred to edible plants…very dangerous. This is why farmers don’t fertilize their spinach fields with cow manure….this will cause (and has caused) e-coli epidemics, resulting in hundreds of people sickened or killed.

To play it safe, only add plant-based materials to the compost (coffee grounds, tea bags, orange peels, etc). You can also add eggshells and fish. Be very careful about adding manure to the pile; the only animal excrement that should be added is rabbit, goat or chicken poop. Those are extremely good sources of nitrogen. Cow manure is a common source of e-coli and should be considered dangerous.

Grass clippings are also safe, but only if the grass wasn’t treated with weed or bug killers. Shredded leaves are also good.

You can also compost paper, like junk mail or paper grocery bags…but be careful, because too many layers of paper will mat together and not compost (same with leaves…they mat together & become like a phone book, thick and impossible to rot quickly). I frequently compost junk mail, but I remove the plastic windows and manually shred paper with my hands.

Dig a hole, put stuff in, then add dirt, put more stuff…create layers. Till it again in a few weeks, eventually it will all disappear and you’ll be left with prime dirt, waiting for more compost to be added to it.

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