If you find your stomach making bizarre sounds and feel the need to sprint to the bathroom, it’s possible that you ate something that didn’t agree with you 🙌 Diarrhea can be defined as loose or watery stools three or more times per day 😁 It occurs when liquids and food pass too fast through the body 🙌 Some fruits, despite their numerous health benefits and being a staple of your diet, can lead to diarrhea 👍 Different people react to different fruits. The fruit that causes diarrhea in your spouse may not have any side effects. 
However, fructose can be absorbed more easily if glucose is also present in the fruit. This argument is often used by many to argue that fruit is good and refined fructose should not be an issue. But, that’s only true to a certain extent. Many fruits are bred larger than their grandparent’s and have more fructose. The original apple, which was almost as big as a crab apple, is an example of how humans might struggle to deal with it. If you feel bloated after eating large quantities of fruit, you may have fructose malabsorption. You might need to stop eating the fruit. Last edited 23 days ago, by Analuisa Waltdron (Kermanshah Iran). 
Your life at home or at work can be affected by chronic diarrhea. Even if the condition isn’t severe, it can be disruptive to your social life. Some people are reluctant to tell a doctor about the condition because they don’t think it is serious or it’s embarrassing. Anyone with diarrhea, especially if they have other symptoms such as poor appetite, should consult a doctor. Weight loss. Chronic diarrhea can have many causes. So, if changing your diet hasn’t resolved the problem, don’t try to figure it out on your own. Mark Gonzales (Durgapur, India) edited this article on August 3, 2020. 
Is it good for your health to consume a lot fruit? Though a famous study from 1980 argued that based on the evolution of human jaws and teeth, our ancient ancestors used to eat a diet dominated by fruit, there’s not a lot of good evidence for or against fruit-heavy diets for modern humans. “There are some people out there who are fruitarians, and from what we can tell they’re perfectly healthy,” says Dr. Robert Lustig, a neuroendocrinologist and professor emeritus of pediatrics at the University of California, San Francisco. Full-blown fruitarianism can be so restrictive that some have been linked with nutritional deficiencies. It may also pose a danger to children or those suffering from certain conditions like diabetes. Dawaun Dupree, Jundiai Brazil, for his insight.