Constipation - cause and remedies


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MARCH 1ST, 2013

Constipation - cause and remedies

The best constipation remedies will be to change your diet to include:
• plenty raw fruits and vegetables
• understand which foods cause constipation and cut back on them
• bulk up on fiber
One of the benefits of juicing includes the fact that it will stimulate your intestinal muscles and result in more frequent eliminations. In addition a diet that is rich in fiber from whole grains, bran, and seeds will also help to move your intestine's contents.

In this recipe you must first put the dry flaxseeds into your blender and blend it into a powder.
Next add the apple, banana and papaya with the water. Blend the combination into a thick shake until it has a smooth consistency. Let the mixture sit in the blender for at least ten minutes to allow the flaxseeds to absorb the water content.

Juicing strategies to stimulate the intestinal muscles

One of the great health benefits of juicing plenty raw fruits and vegetables is that it provides relieve and also prevents constipation by providing water and fiber for bulk.
Insoluble fiber, which passes through your body, gives stools bulk and a soft texture, making them easier to pass. The soluble fiber that you find in prunes and figs forms a gel-like substance in the intestines and can be easily added to breakfast or eaten as a snack. Another reason that juicing provides you with very effective natural treatment for constipation is because it presents you with:
• liquid for hydration,
• minerals for intestinal contraction,
• and enzymes for nourishment and detoxification.
Juicing recipes which includes chlorophyll-rich, leafy green vegetables and sprouts, aid digestion and will help prevent constipation.

Foods that relieve constipation

You should consider the following ingredients in your juicing recipes:

• Among the green leafy vegetables, spinach has been considered to be an important food for the entire digestive tract. Raw spinach juice mixed with carrot juice contains the organic material for the cleansing and regeneration of the intestinal tract.

• Beetroot juice and cabbage juice alleviate constipation, and carrots help soften the stool, making it easier for it to absorb water and move.

• You may want to include apples as an ingredient in juicing recipes for relieving constipation, because they can neutralize the stronger tasting vegetable juices.

Apple juice nutrition also contains pectin, a thickening agent and sorbitol which is a sugar with natural laxative properties.

• When you include guava with the seeds, in your juicing diet smoothies, it provides roughage to your diet which helps with the normal evacuation of your bowels.

Load up on magnesium rich foods

You should always include magnesium rich foods in your juicing recipes as part of a process of relieving constipation. The main reason for this is that this mineral contains properties that keep your intestines well hydrated. Magnesium also helps your intestinal muscles to contract.
Your constipation remedies diet should always include magnesium rich foods such as:
• figs,
• apricots,
• lemons,
• apples,
• wheat grass,
• alfalfa,
• legumes,
• nuts,
• kelp,
• sunflower seeds,
• sesame seeds,
• spinach, and
• brewer's yeast.

Load up on bulk
The best fiber is found naturally in fruits, vegetables, grains and beans.
In addition to your juicing recipes, wheat, rice, and oat brans, whole grains, legumes, and seeds, can all add bulk, fiber, and important nutrition to your diet. Flaxseed should also be tried as part of a home remedy for constipation.
2-4 teaspoonfuls of castor oil will also lubricate the intestinal walls.

Another effective constipation remedies treatment is to have a glass of warm water in which the juice of a lemon has been added. This remedy seems to work well with children.

Will you recognize the symptoms of constipation?
Surprisingly, constipation can mean different things to different people.

For some of us it will mean infrequent stools while for others it will mean hard stools.
For most adults a normal range of bowel movements can range between three and 21 times per week. The most common pattern is one bowel movement a day.

Medically speaking, constipation would usually be defined as fewer than three bowel movements per week while severe constipation would be defined as less than one bowel movement per week.

It is important to note that constipation can sometimes be the hidden cause behind a range of health problems such as -
• colic,
• halitosis,
• hemorrhoids,
• anemia,
• nausea,
• depression,
• insomnia,
• dehydration and,
• paradoxically diarrhea.

Foods that causes constipation
The wide range of causes of constipation can include everything from a lack of fiber, inadequate exercise, excessive iron, intake to the excessive use of laxatives. Foods that cause constipation can almost be anything that comes in a package. These processed foods lack the fiber and bulk to move the food through our digestive system effectively. Meats, chicken and fish come up as zero contributors in the fiber category.


The information given here is for educational purposes only. It is meant to be used as a guide towards health and does not replace the evaluation by and advice of a qualified licensed health care professional. For detailed interpretation of your health and specific conditions, consult with your physician.

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