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i'm currently bulking because i started gym.and my poop is light brown and watery like cream paste and not all the time its watery sometime its normal?

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It's Okay: You've changed your diet, you are eating more. Let your gut do its thing. Probably you are drinking more dairy (lactose intolerance) or you are eating more protein. Whichever it is, your new diet is causing adaptation of your bacteria in your gut and just keep up the good work building muscle.
Answered on Oct 27, 2015
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