Fruits for Constipation

Apples for constipation

Fruits are a product of nature and a perfect food. They contain the right balance of nutrients with distilled water. The benefits of eating fruits especially if you eat the outer skin and eat them without cooking are endless. They are easy to digest and absorb, and do not cause stress on your colon. In addition, it will help to alleviate or eliminate constipation.

Fruits contain fiber, which help cleanse the colon and prevent constipation. Most fruits help provide the body with minerals that the body needs to reduce the acid that is created by metabolism. And most important of all, fruits help cleanse the body of toxins that accumulate in the body.

Fruits do not leave any toxic residue in the body, except when they have pesticides and preservatives in their outer skin. Do not ferment or rot, in contrast to processed foods, dairy products and meat, as long as they combine the right way and eat at the right time.

Choose your fruit carefully. They must be eaten when fully ripe. Do not eat if they are not ripe or overripe. The more mature are less acid and more sugar will naturally possess.

Fruits, vegetables and grains contain fructooligosaccharides, FOS. This is a compound that helps to feed the beneficial bacteria in the colon. Without an adequate supply of FOS, beneficial bacteria and decreasing harmful bacteria proliferate.

When eating fruits

Eat fruits throughout the day, so after a meal (dessert), but especially at night. This will help to promote a bowel movement in the morning. These are some of the fruits that we recommend: apples, apricots, avocados, bananas, blueberries, melons, cherries, figs, dates, grapes, lemons, papayas, peaches, pears, persimmons, plums, raspberries.

Apples for constipation

Eat 3 or 4 apples a day eases constipation and if it is eaten with its skin. No matter what type of apple coma.

It is best to use fresh organic apples, it does not know what kind of pesticide will be used for the cultivation of apples. If apples are not organic farming is better to peel the apple before eating it.

Eat baked apples also helps fight constipation

Eat one baked apple at night, just before bed, and another to get up. Do this until you constipation is gone.

A recipe for baked apples
Cut apples in half and pour the center. Add chopped dates in the middle. Pour some cranberry juice over apples. Then sprinkle cinnamon and nutmeg on top. You can pour cranberry juice on some of the apples and try if you like the taste when cooked. Cook apples 46-60 minutes at low temperature.

Dried Apples

Dried apple slices is also a good source of fiber. However, when the apple slices are dehydrated most nutrients are lost but fiber is retained. Sulfur dioxide is typically used to dry apple slices and this can cause allergic or asthmatic reactions in some people. We do not recommend using dried apple slices instead of fresh organic apples.

Apples and mineral water

Just after waking, eat two unpeeled apples, chew well and then drink a glass of water with two drops of AlkaLife or alkaline water. Or you can use any mineral additive or supplement you use.

This combination of apples and activated mineral water will stimulate your colon and will not be slow and move the stool from the rectum.

The fruits will help to alleviate or eliminate constipation and is a natural resource within easy reach. Eat fruits every day between meals and relieve constipation.

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