If you are constipated after adopting this lifestyle, you may find this article helpful.
One reason for constipation may be the exclusion of coffee. While some may use coffee to aid in going, this should not be an excuse to drink coffee. What About Coffee and Wine?
Here are some suggestions:
Avoid over the counter remedies as they can be deleterious to your health.
Eat raw red cabbage. Chew, chew, chew all food to a cream.
Add chia seeds to your smoothie or make into a Chia Drink. Chia seeds are a natural laxative. Chia seeds hold water in the digestive tract and make the stool softer.
Before you get out of bed, gently massage mid section of front of body over intestines starting from top right side of rib cage closing inwards in a spiral circle.
Use this and look behind you, as you do in spinal twist, left and right.
Conquer Cravings: Coffee
Of course, if you have prolonged symptoms, seek the advice of your physician.
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