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Many people do not know how to eat, what to eat or what not to eat. This article is to help answer that question. Eating correctly or more specifically, combining your food correctly, is the most important thing you can do for a working WITH your colon / elimination (pooping), having better digestion and having natural relief for constipation. It’s one of the major answers to the question “what to do about constipation”.
How many people including you will ask that question out loud!? In fact, many do ask that question in their mind or on the keyboard of their computer while doing an internet search. How to poop is questioned by those who may be suffering with diverticulitis, gastritis, constipation, colon cancer or constipation in pregnancy. How to poop is a truly good question. Let’s break down into steps some answers. How to poop can be responded first by how often should I poop? The healthiest answer is once after every major meal. The normal individual eats 2 major meals a day, so that answer would be 2 times a day. An absolute minimum is 1 poop a day. All bowel movements should float indicating good fiber levels which help keep your colon walls clean and much more.
Our Gut, also known as the microbiome, is where the “friendly bacteria” live. The friendly bacteria actually makes up 70-80% of our Immune system. This area called our ‘Gut’ IS our “Conductor”. The “Instruments” are our organs. The conductor tells each organ when to play, for how long and with what degree of intensity. The end result could be called our “body music” – a well coordinated symphony of all our organs and body systems playing in perfect harmony… which equals HEALTH.
There are 2 definitions or opinions on what constipation is and how many bowel movements a day is considered normal. General mainstream medicine has stated 3 bowel movements a week is ok but never really makes clear what is good for health or why. Natural medicine (and common sense) says one bowel movement after each major meal is what should happen for optimal colon health. Since most Americans eat 2 major meals a day, 2 bowel movements a day is what you should be having.
Only those who suffer from constipation fully understand the term constipation relief. Why, it is all about getting free from that crappy, uncomfortable feeling you don’t seem to understand where it’s coming from. Worry and fret no more. Just try the following for relief for constipation and you will achieve that feeling of freedom from discomfort and pain. Fruits. They contain fiber. Aside from this, they are usually juicy and so give your body a lot of fluids. For constipation relief, take more amounts than the usual serving. They are great for desserts or snacks so you have a lot of opportunities to have them. They are also laden with natural vitamins and minerals for overall health. And last but not least, they don’t have side effects and are not fattening.
EVERYTHING! While most women deal with some form of constipation and 95% of Americans are fiber deficient, the health of the colon (directly effecting Your complexion) is almost always overlooked. Fix the root of the problem not the fruit! Don’t keep addressing the symptoms (they will keep coming back) as mainstream medicine does. Fix the root of problem and watch gorgeous skin appear. How do I achieve a healthy colon?? A healthy colon is directly influenced by moving your bowels daily and having adequate fiber in your diet (your poop should float) AND going 1 to 2 times a day (once after each major meal).
Constipation in menopausal women is not a new thing. Constipation in menopausal women is mainly due to the fact that menopausal women undergo a series of hormonal changes. Stress, an unhealthy lifestyle, worrying over menopause further adds to the complicated condition that is constipation. Constipation in menopausal women may manifest on the first stages, mid stage, or final stages of menopause. Whichever stage it decides to reveal itself, constipation in menopausal women will have these signs and symptoms…
When a woman is going through pre-menstrual syndrome there are a lot of things going on in her body. Many women feel discomfort, bloating, tenderness in the abdomen and a host of other symptoms when that time of the month comes around. But one of the symptoms they may not realize is coming from their PMS is constipation. Believe it or not there are some women who have constipation as one of their PMS symptoms. These tend to be women who have higher levels of estrogen and are called estrogen dominant.