More often than not talking about pooping is usually tucked away, sort of like a source of embarrassment, the butt of a joke, and so on.
We’ve forgotten that people are in the hospital because they can’t poop. Lol…funny but true. Serious difficulty pooping can point to serious medical issues that need to be addressed as quickly as possible.
Usually, the lack of fibre is causing your toilet trouble since they help with bowel movements. These foods contain fibre that you really need and other nutrients.
Apples are a good source of fibre. They also contain a smattering of vitamins and minerals which can help the immune system, improve eye, skin, and hair health, and other benefits.
They provide calcium, magnesium, and vitamin A in addition to their Vitamin C content, which helps the body by strengthening certain components of the immune system.
It’s good for the heart health, as well as healthy bones and an efficient nervous system, muscle health and responsiveness, and the regulation of blood sugar, along with many other applications the body needs to function.
They are high in sorbitol, a sugar alcohol that acts as an osmotic agent to pull water into the intestines and stimulate a bowel movement.
Beans also contain good amounts of soluble and insoluble fibre, both of which help ease constipation in different ways.
Sweet potatoes can be mashed, baked, sautéed or roasted and used in any of your favourite recipes.
Adding more fibre to your diet keeps constipation away. Regular exercise is another critical factor in improving symptoms of constipation and developing a healthy bowel habit.