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How to Relieve Constipation?

 How to Relieve Constipation?

How to Relieve Constipation?

It is estimated that about 20% of the world's population suffers from constipation. This is due to working long hours daily, not exercising, slowing bowel movements with age,  and eating fiber-free or low-fiber foods. Constipation medications are taken to prevent this and fibrous foods are recommended to be eaten regularly to soften the stool.

Here are twelve foods that relieve constipation:


 A medium-sized apple contains a lot of fiber. Most of its fibers are not absorbed in the intestines and keep the intestines moving in such a way that they keep pushing the stool forward to make and remove the stool.

 It contains a chemical called "pectin", which acts as an anti-constipation and also helps to increase the number of beneficial bacteria.

 All over the world, apples are eaten raw, with yogurt, with barley porridge, cooked or even in the form of jam.


 This fruit is also eaten to relieve constipation. 32 grams of plum contains two grams of fiber and contains 7% of vitamin A and potassium as per daily requirement. A glass of plum juice also relieves constipation.

 It contains a useful ingredient called "sorbitol", which is not absorbed in the digestive system.  And soften the stool, which makes it easier to remove.


 After eating a teaspoon of linseed for a few days, stool starts coming on time, digestion is improved and weight is also reduced.

 Flax seeds also have the property of reducing diarrhea. Flax seeds can be eaten mixed with porridge, yogurt, soup, or salad. They can also be drunk by grinding and dissolving in syrup.


 Pears also contain fiber. A 78-gram pear contains 6 grams of fiber, which is enough to meet the daily fiber requirement.

 It also contains the "Sorbitol" component. It is also not absorbed in the digestive system and is taken from the intestines and mixed with indigestible food and fiber, which stimulates the intestines to push food forward.  Pears contain fructose, which is absorbed into the body. Some fructose is absorbed in the intestines and acts as anti-constipation.

 Pears are also eaten raw and added to salads. Some people also eat it as a sandwich.


 Beans also contain a lot of fiber. 91 grams of cooked beans contain 59 grams of fiber. Black beans contain both soluble and insoluble fiber in the intestines. Soluble beans soften the stool. insoluble fibers increase the number of stools, which does not cause constipation, does not cause flatulence, and does not cause bloating.

 Rhubarb sugar

 The fiber of rhubarb sugar also relieves constipation. 51 grams of rhubarb sugar contains one gram of insoluble fiber in water.  It relieves constipation. The mixture controls the flow of water in the intestines. As a result, the absorption of water increases, which softens the stool and helps to push them forward.

 Roasted rhubarb sugar is added to yogurt and porridge, which makes it fragrant.


 It is eaten as a fruit. It keeps the intestines healthy. The fibers of dried figs are intertwined. 75 grams of figs contain 57 grams of fiber, which meets the daily requirement of fiber.  Constipation is relieved by eating the paste for three weeks.

 It also reduces stomach upset. It is added to salads, boiled, or eaten as a marmalade. It is also used in sandwiches and pizza.

 Sweet potato

 It is rich in vitamins, salts, and fiber. 150 grams of sweet potato contains 4 grams of fiber. It contains ingredients that keep the intestines active and healthy. Sweet potato is also excellent for constipation.

 It is eaten fried, cooked, boiled, or made into a salad.  Patients with leukemia benefit from eating sweet potatoes in a few days if they have constipation.


 99 grams of lentils contain 8 grams of fiber. It contains Butyric Acid, a type of fatty acid. It improves the ability of the intestines to push food forward.

 It removes intestinal hormones and intestinal obstructions. It also prevents constipation. Lentils are very tasty and useful. It is also eaten with rice in addition to bread.  The fibers in it keep the digestive system active.

 Basil seeds

 28 grams of basil seeds contain 11 grams of fiber.

 They dissolve in intestinal water to form a sticky substance, which makes the stool soft and wet so that they can be easily excreted. It is also eaten mixed with yogurt. It is also added to puddings.  People also use it to garnish foods of their choice.


 It has a smooth kernel in its stomach, the taste of which is similar to that of apples and pears. This fruit is full of nutrients. 146 grams of "Avocado" contains 10 grams of fiber.  There are both types of soluble fibers and non-soluble fiber. It is a fruit that eliminates constipation.

 In this way, weight is also reduced. By eating it, a person stays healthy even in old age.

 Barley straw

 Barley seeds are full of fiber. 40 grams of barley contains 7 grams of fiber. Eating it helps in weight control. Eating barley straw does not cause constipation. It is cultivated in different countries, but its color and taste vary.

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