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Constipation

No one wants to talk about it, admit to it, or take the necessary steps to relieve it until the situation becomes critical.

People who have constipation problem, usually have hard bowel movements, their stools are difficult to pass and they may feel unable to fully empty their bowel. Constipation may cause abdominal pain and bloating in some people.

At minimum, you should have one good bowel movement per day, but 2 to 3 is ideal for optimum health.


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Stool should have a consistency similar to toothpaste and the length of banana. Insufficient daily intake of water and fibre are key contributors to improper consistency and lenght.

Generally, the stool colour should be walnut brown. Sometimes you may experience temporary dis-colouration, if you eat certain foods such as beets or dark green vegetables.

Normal healthy stool should leave the body easily, settle in the water and gently submerge. If there is not enough daily fibre in the diet (30 to 40 grams), the stool will quickly plummet to the bottom of the toilet. If the stool floats, the likely reason is too much undigested fat.

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Did You Know?
Healthy bowel movements are essential to a healthy body. The bowel is like a sewage system, unless we cleanse the system of toxins daily, they will enter the blood stream and harm the body.

Constipation slows down the transit of food through the body. This is the amount of time it takes for a meal to enter the mouth and the remains to exit the rectum. This should be less than 24 hours. Slow transit  time becomes a problem, as putrefied (toxic) materials stay in the colon longer, allowing toxins to enter the bloodstream through the intestinal wall. This is called autointoxification and can lead to many different states of disease, from headasches to autoimmune disorders.