CONSTIPATION: Vitamin and mineral supplement

Constipation is a disorder of the lower gastrointestinal tract marked by a decrease in the frequency of stools, difficulty defecating, and the passage of dry, hard stools.
Many people for many reasons have irregular bowel function. When it is persistent, it is referred to as chronic constipation.
But of the most common causes of constipation is the laxative habit. Repeated artificial stimulation of the bowels destroys their natural emptying reflex, so that they will no longer move without artificial stimulants.
The other major cause of constipation is a diet with insufficient bulk or roughage.

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Fibre supplements: Products containing psyllium husks, flaxseed, oat kyo-dophilusbran, guar gum, glucommannan, and fenugreek are effective and can be taken regularly. Take with plenty of water.  Start with a small amount (one tablespoonful daily) and gradually increase to allow your bowels to adjust.

Probiotics: Probiotics supplements containing these “friendly bacteria” help to restore the normal gut flora and have been shown in studies to relieve constipation. Look for Kyo-Dophilus. Take one to three capsules daily.

Complementary Supplements

Aloe vera juice: Aids bowel movements by working as a stimulant and improving intestinal contractions. For short-term use only.

Magnesium: Aids intestinal function and helps stool retain water; may be deficient in those with constipation.

Aqua-Flora Constipation Restoration (2 oz)

For relief of occasional constipation and irregularity. Enhances natural urge and peristaltic action. This is not an irritant that can cause loose stools, but actually corrects colon function.








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