Friday, April 11, 2014

FOODS THAT HELP AGAINST CONSTIPATION

FOODS THAT HELP AGAINST CONSTIPATION


Dried prunes are a common remedy for constipation as they are high in fiber , potassium and vitamin A. The introduction of small portions of dried prunes in your diet can relieve symptoms of constipation. Other benefits include healthy vision and a lower risk of developing arthritis and cancer.
Dried prunes
prunes

Pears are another great remedy for constipation. They act as natural laxatives loosen stools so you can smoothly pass through the intestines. In addition , the investigation revealed that women who eat three pears a day compared with those who did not, consumed fewer calories and lost more weight .
Pears
pears

Beans can prevent you from suffering from constipation and helps maintain a healthy digestive system. Baked beans are full of great nutrients to stay healthy including proteins , iron, calcium and fiber. But insoluble fiber in baked beans that helps protect the lining of the colon cancer .

Beans
beans

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