They support easily digestible foods rich in carbohydrates but low in fiber. Weakens foods and foods that are high in fiber and coarse fiber, as well as omega-3 fatty acids.
It has long been noticed that certain foods can cause constipation, while others, on the contrary, weaken the intestines. How do you know which foods are fortified and which ones are weakening?
Foods rich in fiber and coarse fibers, in particular vegetables and fruits, are weakening. Before you start taking laxatives for constipation, you should try to include in your diet raw vegetables and fruits such as zucchini, beets, cucumbers, plums, tomatoes, melons, watermelon, apples, apricots, citrus fruits, cabbage, kiwi, spinach, and so on. Natural natural laxatives include prunes, dried apricots and raisins. In addition, they are high in antioxidants, vitamins, potassium, iron and fiber.
If you are prone to constipation, you should season your food with spices and seasonings, such as pepper, ginger and turmeric, as often as possible. In particular, cayenne pepper is very beneficial for the body, as it can stimulate the gastrointestinal tract, increase the secretion of enzymes and gastric juice, and turmeric has a beneficial effect on the liver. Choose foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Vegetable oils, avocados and red fish contain abundant amounts of them. There are a lot of them in raw seeds and nuts, as well as fiber, vitamin E, protein, zinc and other nutrients.
Easily digestible foods, high in carbohydrates but low in fiber, strengthen accordingly. If you tend to have diarrhea, eat more bread, pastries, and other baked goods. Pomegranate, quince and unripe persimmon are very strong. Since ancient times, blueberries have been used to combat diarrhea as a remedy that can relieve inflammation and reduce the secretion of mucus in the gastrointestinal tract due to its tannins and pectin. Eliminates diarrhea rice rich in starch and binders. For the same reason, it fixes mashed potatoes.
If you have diarrhea, try to cope with it yourself by eating pasta, eggplant, lean meat, cottage cheese, dairy products that have stood in the refrigerator for several days, chocolate, strong coffee or tea. Cook jelly, prepare fruit jelly with pear, pomegranate, mountain ash and black currant. When preparing jellied meat, you can also use gelatin and this will be an excellent remedy for diarrhea. Herbal teas include mint, oak bark and chamomile, which will not only help eliminate the symptoms of diarrhea, but also soothe irritable bowels, reduce cramps and pain.