What might cause orange stool?

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The causes of an orange stool can vary greatly. Most often, the orange stool is caused by eating certain foods that discolor the feces. When stool is not exposed to a sufficient amount of bile during the digestion process, the stool can become orange in coloring. Orange stool is also a product of consuming artificial food colorings that are orange or red, eating kale or spinach, eating turnips, turnip greens, or even eating winter squash.
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