Constipation
Constipation is the root to
almost all of the stomach
issues. By avoiding these issues
one can maintain healt...
Apple
Apples are naturally low in calories
and provide maximum 5 grams of
fibers depending on their size. These
fibers are...
Apricots
Consumption of both
fresh and dried apricots
is helpful in promoting
regular bowel
movements. In fact
dried fruit...
Figs
To get relief from
constipation boil a few
fruits of figs in a glass of
milk and drink this mixture
at night before g...
Spinach
It has the properties of
cleanse, rebuild and renew the
intestinal tract. One can drink
100ml of spinach juice wit...
Oranges
Including Vitamin
C, Oranges are also good
food sources for fiber.
Eating two oranges (once in
the morning and the...
Papaya
Papaya not only aids
digestion and also helpful in
preventing constipation. It
provides great relief from
hemorrhoi...
Pears
These are considered as
natural laxatives and
improve the stool movement
through the colon. Pear juice
can be useful...
Pineapple
It contains a digestive
enzyme called “Bromelain”.
Bromelain helps in
breakdown hard to digest
proteins in our d...
Prunes
Prunes are natural laxatives, if
eaten in limited quantity they are
helpful in getting relief from
constipation iss...
Brussels sprouts
These are small vegetables
like cabbage. It supports the
formation of soft and
bulkier stools which enabl...
Zucchini
It is one of the low calorie
vegetables, provides only
17calories in 100 grams of
zucchini and it contains no
sat...
Legumes
One should not miss
legumes from their diet
because legumes are rich in
nutrients and fiber including
magnesium wh...
Water
Water can effectively make
stools softer, drinking plenty
of water can keep the colon
hydrated which can
positively ...
Regular Exercises
People who are suffering from
constipation can benefit from
exercises. Exercises stimulate
the nervous s...
For further insight of colon constipation
and tips to get relief from
constipation, visit
http://www.colonhealthmagazine.c...
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Foods To Get Relief From Constipation

  1. 1. Constipation Constipation is the root to almost all of the stomach issues. By avoiding these issues one can maintain healthy stomach and healthy colon. Here are the tips those are helpful in avoiding and preventing the constipation.
  2. 2. Apple Apples are naturally low in calories and provide maximum 5 grams of fibers depending on their size. These fibers are similar to sorbitol; it clings to intestinal water which then creates larger and softer stools.
  3. 3. Apricots Consumption of both fresh and dried apricots is helpful in promoting regular bowel movements. In fact dried fruits typically contain more fiber than fresh fruits.
  4. 4. Figs To get relief from constipation boil a few fruits of figs in a glass of milk and drink this mixture at night before going to bed. Here make it sure that, the mixture is warm when you are drinking it.
  5. 5. Spinach It has the properties of cleanse, rebuild and renew the intestinal tract. One can drink 100ml of spinach juice with same quantity of water twice in a day. This is the most effective cleansing method to cure stubborn cases of constipation also.
  6. 6. Oranges Including Vitamin C, Oranges are also good food sources for fiber. Eating two oranges (once in the morning and the second in the evenings) in a day can reduce the risk of constipation.
  7. 7. Papaya Papaya not only aids digestion and also helpful in preventing constipation. It provides great relief from hemorrhoids and also has anti-cancer properties.
  8. 8. Pears These are considered as natural laxatives and improve the stool movement through the colon. Pear juice can be useful in reducing and preventing the constipation.
  9. 9. Pineapple It contains a digestive enzyme called “Bromelain”. Bromelain helps in breakdown hard to digest proteins in our digestive tract, so one shouldn’t end up with gas, nausea, stomach upset, bloating, diarrhea and constipation.
  10. 10. Prunes Prunes are natural laxatives, if eaten in limited quantity they are helpful in getting relief from constipation issues. Prunes contain oxalates; excess of oxalates in the body fluids can solidify them. So the persons should avoid prunes, if they have any kidney or gallbladder problems.
  11. 11. Brussels sprouts These are small vegetables like cabbage. It supports the formation of soft and bulkier stools which enables quick and comfortable elimination.
  12. 12. Zucchini It is one of the low calorie vegetables, provides only 17calories in 100 grams of zucchini and it contains no saturated fats. Its peel is good source in reducing constipation and also offers protection against to colon cancer.
  13. 13. Legumes One should not miss legumes from their diet because legumes are rich in nutrients and fiber including magnesium which is good for constipation. Try to add more legumes (lentils, beans), nuts and seeds to the diet.
  14. 14. Water Water can effectively make stools softer, drinking plenty of water can keep the colon hydrated which can positively make regular bowel movements.
  15. 15. Regular Exercises People who are suffering from constipation can benefit from exercises. Exercises stimulate the nervous system and decreasing the time it takes food to move through the colon, thus limiting the water absorption from the stool into the body.
  16. 16. For further insight of colon constipation and tips to get relief from constipation, visit http://www.colonhealthmagazine.com/

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