WHAT CAN BE FAT IN THE STOOL AND HOW TO ELIMINATE - GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS

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Steatorrhea is the presence of fat in the stool, which usually happens due to excessive consumption of foods rich in fat, such as fried foods, sausages and even avocado, for example. See a more complete list of foods that contribute to increased stool fat. However, the presence of fat in the stool, especially in the baby, can also happen when there is some disease that is preventing the body from properly absorbing food, such as: Lactose intolerance; Celiac disease; Cystic fibrosis; Crohn's disease; Whipple's disease