Beat Constipation By Eating These Fruits Daily

These are the 7 BEST fruits to treat constipation!

The fruits we present here are rich in fiber, which stimulates the natural movement of the intestines and promotes the formation of stool.

They’re also rich in water, a fundamental element that helps in the formation of the stool and fights constipation.

Now tell me about it: do you have trouble going to the bathroom? Do you feel full and bloated? If that’s your problem, today’s video will help you.

In today’s video, you’ll learn the 7 best fruits to stimulate bowel function and go to the bathroom once and for all!

If you follow the channel, you probably already know the great benefits of papaya.

It contains a lot of water and fiber and is known for helping the intestines function properly. In second place is the orange, which is rich in water that softens the stool, aiding evacuation.

It should be remembered that orange juice isn’t recommended because it doesn’t contain fiber, as the pulp is discarded.

You may know that bananas are a fruit that can cause constipation, but when eaten ripe they have more fiber and do the opposite.

Prunes, both fresh and dried, contain a lot of fiber that improves bowel function. However, if you choose dried prunes, it’s important to prefer those without added sugar.

Avocado, on the other hand, is rich in fiber. Moreover, the fruit is rich in healthy fats that facilitate the elimination of stool. Acerola is another fruit that promotes intestinal health.

For every 100 g of acerola, there is 91g of water. Therefore, the consumption of this fruit contributes to hydration, facilitating the elimination of feces.

And last but not least: the kiwi. It’s rich in water and fiber and promotes bowel movements and facilitates intestinal transit. Amazing, isn’t it?

Did you know the benefits of all these natural laxative fruits? The recommended intake of fiber to stimulate the bowels is 25 to 38 grams per day for adults.

So one way to increase fiber intake in your diet is to eat laxative fruits daily for breakfast, snacks, lunch and dinner, either in their natural form with the peel or added to yogurt, baked goods and salads.

In addition to eating these fruits, you should eat fruits with peel and pulp whenever possible.

Opt for whole grain foods; drink at least 1.5 liters of water per day because water hydrates the intestines and thus facilitates the elimination of feces, and exercise regularly because exercise stimulates the muscles of the intestine, helping the passage of feces and fighting constipation.

Did you like today’s tip? Which of these fruits do you like to eat the most?

Source(s) / Reference(s):

Dried plums (prunes) vs. psyllium for constipation

Kiwifruit improves bowel function

Naringenin induces laxative effects

Papaya as a Natural Remedy to Treat Constipation