• Stop-and-go? Getting a grip when you’re constipation

    Stop-and-go? Getting a grip when you’re constipation

    Constipation can be a major stop-&-go part of people’s daily lives that can progress into a variety of deleterious health problems and diseases. Slow movement of waste allows toxins to remain inside the body, which would otherwise be expelled. Extra toxins in the blood stream are the chief cause of weakening of other organs, ultimately leading to disease. Most cases of constipation appear to be caused by the improper diet and faulty lifestyle.
    The list of unpleasant conditions associated with constipation extends far beyond a bit of a regularity. These include coated tongue, foul breath, loss of appetite, dizziness, dark under eye circles, depression, nausea, facial pimples, ulcers in the mouth, abdominal bloating, varicose veins, acidity, heartburn and pain in the lumbar region of the back.
    There is an easy way to cure or break constipations tight hold on your bowels. It comes from a simple and natural diet taking intervals throughout the day. This diet should consist of unrefined foods such as whole-grain cereals, brand, honey, molasses and lentils; green and leafy vegetables, especially spinach, French beans, tomatoes, lettuce, onions, cabbage, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, celery, turnup, pumpkins, peas, beans, asparagus and carrots; fresh fruits, especially pears, grapes, figs, papayas, mangoes, grapefruits, gooseberries, guavas and oranges; dried fruit such as figs, raisins, apricots and dates; in milk products in the form of butter and cream.
    Please note, water should be taking with meals as it dilutes the gastric acid essential for proper digestion. Remember to drink 100 to 120 ounces of water daily.
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