Overview of Liquid Bowel Movements
Diarrhea or liquid bowel movements could occur to anyone. They happen when your stool is watery. Short-term conditions like a virus or food poisoning tend to be the main cause. Nevertheless, a more serious underlying condition can be blamed for.
Normally, bile and bilirubin give poop the brown color. As a byproduct of red blood cells, bilirubin is produced in the liver before it moves to your gallbladder to mix with bile. Bacteria break down this mixture, which can be discarded in your urine or feces.