Fiber & Prebiotics Gummies to support bowel regularity & healthy digestion
Great Tasting Strawberry and Peach Flavored 90 Gummies, 1 month supply
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A plant fiber that stay in the colon to promote the growth of good bacteria - probiotics.
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:
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.
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.
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:
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.