Orange Oily Stool from Eating Cashews

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If you or your child eats a lot of cashews, there may be evidence in the toilet later, in the form of orange colored and oily stools. This page is about an orange oily stool from eating cashews.
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The "Great Cashew Caper of 2017" in our household involved mysterious orange oily poop in our toddler's potty chair. After some online research and logical deduction, we determined that it was not caused by a horrible disease, but from eating an excessive amount of cashews!

As it turns out, our 3 year old had eaten close to an entire bag of cashews in one day. The orange oily stool lasted for almost 3 days, but it was otherwise an uneventful situation. :)

Note: There are other more serious things that can cause orange oily stool, so it may be a good idea to head to the doctor if you haven't just eaten too many cashews.

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