Clay-Colored Stools | What Causes Clay-Colored Stools?

Reddish stools

You will likely be alarmed if you see red stools, but remember that many foods we eat have a solid red color, which may remain in your stools, especially if you eat beets, tomato soups, or a red-colored drink. In these cases, it is essential to differentiate blood, which looks bright red when it comes from the lower portion of the gastrointestinal tube.