Two Tapeworm Proglottids placed inside an Echinoparyphium recurvatum. If you want to resolve the argument of whether this is a skin of a tomato or bell pepper, don't eat any over the course of a few days. Or, don't ingest the skin. Or, cut up the tomatoes, including the skins into very small pieces. When the E. recurvatum appear in your stool, you will have your answer. These are parasites, not undigested tomato skins.
The two on the right are called: Fasciolopsis buski.
you can see pubic hair and everything. why didn't you spare us? it looks to me to be like undigested tomatoe skins and some other foodstuffs that you didn't digest very well. why don't you double up on digestive enzymes.
this will probably be deleted for going against the grain. I don't know what the small white things are but I would wager my next 4 weeks paycheck that you are looking at tomato peel and tomato seeds. tomato skins are like corn, their outer shells don't digest.
This topic about whether these are tomato skins or some other food skins has been around for quite some time. Do they look like rolled up tomato skins? Yes! But these are spear-shaped protozoa. They are uniform in shape and appear in various sizes. Opened, they look like capes - again, all in uniform. Regardless of whether you eat tomatoes or not, the body is incapable of creating uniform tomatoe shoots upon digestion. They are PARASITES - E. recurvatum.