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DrFormulas Prebiotic Fiber Gummies for Kids Constipation | Stool Softener Nexabiotic 90 Gummies

DrFormulas Prebiotic Fiber Gummies for Kids Constipation | Stool Softener Nexabiotic 90 Gummies
DrFormulas Prebiotic Fiber Gummies for Kids Constipation | Stool Softener Nexabiotic 90 Gummies
DrFormulas Prebiotic Fiber Gummies for Kids Constipation | Stool Softener Nexabiotic 90 Gummies
DrFormulas Prebiotic Fiber Gummies for Kids Constipation | Stool Softener Nexabiotic 90 Gummies

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  • Fiber & Prebiotics Gummies to support bowel regularity & healthy digestion
  • Great Tasting Strawberry and Peach Flavored 90 Gummies, 1 month supply
  • Non-GMO. FREE OF milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nut allergens, fish allergens, shellfish, soy, gluten, and wheat. No synthetic colors, artificial flavors, or artificial sweeteners.
  • 60 days money back guarantee.
  • Certified Kosher, Made in Israel

Prebiotic

A plant fiber that stay in the colon to promote the growth of good bacteria - probiotics.

Fiber

This is also where fiber can come in handy.

You should generally aim for 25 to 30 grams of fiber per day, which you can get from a wide range of food sources, including:

  • Whole grains
  • Legumes (beans, lentils, split peas)
  • Green leafy vegetables
  • Fruits (bananas, apples, berries)

Most high-fiber foods are considered prebiotics, which are substances that essentially feed your good gut bacteria, allowing them to grow and thrive.

It is also a good idea to avoid processed foods, which often do not contain dietary fiber or usable nutrients. Fruits, vegetables, and other natural foods offer fiber and a wide array of vitamins and minerals to maintain healthy digestion.

High Fiber Foods for Kids

A wide range of fruits, vegetables, seeds, and other foods offer natural constipation relief while providing you with necessary vitamins, minerals, and nutrients to support your overall digestive health.

  • Apples and pears -- with the peel on, please!
  • Beans of all kinds.
  • High-fiber cereal.
  • Sandwiches on whole-grain bread or wraps, or made with a whole-grain English muffin.
  • Baked potatoes – preferably with the skin on.
  • Any kind of berry with seeds.
  • Yogurt

Foods to Avoid When Constipated

1. Salty Foods
2. Bananas
3. Caffeine
4. Alcohol
5. Chewing Gum
6. Gluten -Gluten is a protein found in grains like wheat, barley, rye, spelt, kamut, and triticale.
7. Processed Grains - white bread, white rice, and white pasta
8. Milk and dairy products
9. Red meat
10. Fried foods
11. Persimmons
12. Fast food snacks: chips, cookies, chocolate, and ice cream

How Can I Prevent Constipation?

There are a number of ways to prevent constipation, most of which are simple things you can begin right away. You can start prevention by doing the following:[2]

  • Staying well hydrated. This means drinking an adequate amount of fluids, especially during meal times.
  • Including healthy diet with good sources of fiber. For example, fiber found in vegetables, beans, whole grains and fiber supplements are good.
  • Paying close attention to your body cues, and passing stool when you feel the urge.
  • Implementing an exercise routine daily.

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Works and has a great taste!
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Great Gummy