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Pay Attention to Your Body’s Signals

    • Constipation is a common condition that can affect people of all ages. It means not passing stools as often as one normally does, having to strain more than usual or being unable to completely empty the bowels.


    • If bowels do not regularly push the waste out, the entire digestive system can become unhealthy. Waste stays in the body longer, becomes sticky and hardens along the intestinal wall, starts to fester and enlarge intestinal pores, letting toxins into the blood stream.


    • Through the bloodstream these harmful substances are carried throughout the body, lowering the immunity, promoting over growth of candida, a fungus causing nervousness, depression, skin disorders, headaches, fatigue, muscle weakness and an endless list of illnesses.


    • If you’re eating a healthy diet — with lots of fresh fruits and vegetables and whole grains —but still experience constipation, it may be your behavior that’s causing the problem.


    • Everyone’s body has its own ‘time to go.’ Ignoring the body’s signals and refusing to accommodate its needs can lead to chronic constipation. The best time to pass stools is first thing in the morning, or 30 minutes after a meal. There are many treatments for constipation including medications. But the best approach is based on aiding the natural processes to push out the body waste.


    • Increasing the daily intake of fiber to at least 18-30g, drinking six to eight glasses of water a day, eating a diet rich in fiber and exercising daily should keep your digestive system on-the-go.


  • The world is moving faster, business is more demanding, and time is money — but don’t put off a trip to the bathroom when you need to go.



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