A single prune aka dry plum has about 1 gram of fiber, strong enough and appropriate to help you reduce that constipation. Sugar in prune, fructans and sorbitol also has a laxative effect.
A cup of kiwi gives you 5 grams of fiber, also gives the body the softening properties of feces and anti-oxidants of vitamin C.
One tablespoon ground flaxseed contains 2 grams of fiber. To eat it is also very easy, sprinkle on top of a smoothie, breakfast cereal or even salad or beans.
Popcorn when clogged
A cup of popcorn gives you 3 grams of fiber with just 93 calories, plus a salty taste helps prevent addiction to chips.
Wheat for breakfast gives you more than just reducing cholesterol. Half a cup of wheat (dry) contains 2 grams each soluble and insoluble fiber. Together, they secrete feces, soften and help relieve constipation.
One orange not only has 4 grams of fiber with only 86 Calories but also contains naringenin, a flavonol with laxative properties.
So a cup of nuts provides almost double the fiber. Beans are also very versatile so it can be added in cooking, salad and soup.
Apples not only make a visit to the doctor avoided, pectin in it is a good soluble fiber, help you dispose of dirt smoothly.
While most experts suggest that you stay away from dairy products if you have constipation, yogurt is an exception. Probiotic bacteria aka lactobacillus in it will help you go regularly to the toilet.
Caffeine is a stimulant that can cause you to have a bowel movement. But be careful you do not need much coffee because coffee makes you dehydrated and worsen it.
There are many other foods that you can incorporate into your daily diet to ensure that you do not lack the essential intestinal cleansing components, ie fiber. Like brown rice, peas or beans.
And of course water and green tea. So remember to eat right, drink plenty of water, go when you need and of course, exercise do not forget, as reported by Lifehack.