7 Best Foods to Beat Constipation
Changing your diet and lifestyle is the best solution to relieve Constipation naturally and improve your digestion without any medications. Here are some food suggestions which help remarkably.
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If you have episodes of frequent chronic Constipation, these foods to be avoided from your daily diet:
Wheat, sour, fermented, and spicy foods increase gas and bloating, thus further hardening stool.
Red meat-heavy to digest and thus increases bloating and creates toxins.
Dairy products such as milk and milk products are heavy to digest and increase bloating, and further creates indigestion.
Junk foods and fried foods, processed foods, frozen foods, chips, snacks
Raw vegetables, salads, and bean sprouts. These are hard to digest, cold, and vata producing. Thick beans, kidney beans, chickpeas, and cabbage should be avoided, even when cooked.
Taking more of these foods items can help you prevent developing chronic Constipation:
- High fiber foods - plenty of high-fiber foods in your diets such as cooked vegetables such as pumpkin, zucchini, spinach, peas, asparagus, fennel, turnips, corn, sweet potatoes, cooked onions, carrots, kale, beetroot, beans, leek, celery, chicory, Swiss chard, parsnips, artichokes, broccoli, peppers, chestnuts, Mushrooms, and seagrass.
- Legumes - such as yellow split peas, lentils, and yellow beans are easy to digest, highly nutritious, and have a balancing effect on the body (except chickpeas and kidney beans). To absorb all nutrients, you should always eat legumes together with cereals (especially rice).
- Cereals - such as brown rice, oats, rye, barley, spelled, corn, millet, amaranth, quinoa, polenta. Virtually everything except ordinary wheat. The flours of these grains and potato and buckwheat flour are wonderful alternatives to the 'normal' flour. Bread (wheat-free!) It should preferably be roasted in a pan, as the dry heat reduces fermentation processes. Spelled grits, oatmeal porridge, or wheat-free muesli with lots of cinnamon and cardamom, coconut flakes, soaked raisins, or compote is an ideal breakfast: easy to digest, nutritious, warming, refreshing, and energizing. Use milk made from Soya, rice, oat, and almond instead.
- All sweet fruits like apricots, grapes, cherries, plums, fresh figs, dates, apples, pears, kiwi, blackberries, raspberries, and pomegranates are delicious to improve digestion and speed up the intestine flow. Dried fruits are okay but should be soaked or composted.
- Drink plenty of fluids such as fruit juices, soups, coconut water. It helps the stool become softer and easy to pass.
- Olive and flaxseed oils have a mild laxative effect, easing materials' flow through the intestines and relieving Constipation.
- Drink every morning 1-2 glasses of warm water on an empty stomach.
- Make sure children who begin to eat solid foods get plenty of fiber in their diets.
- Drink 8-12 glasses of water daily
- Try to manage stress by doing meditation and pranayama every day.
- Fasting once a week with warm, dry ginger water, as per doctors advise
- Stay as active as possible and try to get regular exercise.
- Try to create a regular schedule for bowel movements, especially after a meal.
- Avoid alcoholic drinks.
- Avoid smoking
- Avoid suppressing the natural urges.
- Don't drink water after eating food.
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