There’s no better way to re-establish regularity than to start a juicing program. But it doesn’t have to be prune juice, and most people should try juicing for their constipation before they try fiber – and most people should not use laxatives at all. What Is Constipation? There used to be a rule in nursing […]
Colonic irrigation is not something many of us want to go through, so if juicing can help avoid this procedure, it’s certainly worth a try. In this article we’ll look at both.
Ischemic colitis can be fatal. The name means poor blood flow in the lining of the colon, and when this happens, tissue in the colon can die and is removed by our immune system (causing inflammation).
Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a distressing disorder for sufferers. However, juicing may help relieve some cases of IBS. Read more here.
Straining whilst passing a bowel movement can cause damage to the anal canal. This straining is associated with constipation, so remove the constipation, we remove the straining!
Magnesium is a popular cure for constipation. In the UK, Epsom salts (magnesium sulfate) is a powerful laxative, but Milk of Magnesia and magnesium citrate are also taken for constipation.
Digestive enzymes may help with constipation, but that depends on the reasons for being constipated. Read this article to fully understand the problem,
Fiber is often something that constipated people reach for. However, you really need to understand how fiber works, or you could end up compacting the problem.
Probiotic bacteria help to fight against constipation, so probiotics are a good starting point if you suffer constipation.