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colonoscopy. can you eat red jello?

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Dr. Stephen Lloyd
45 years experience Internal Medicine
Avoid red/orange: The red jello leave a liquid that can be confused with fresh blood. Better to avoid. Other colors are fine.
Answered on Aug 7, 2019
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