• 4 exercises to ease constipation by PT Charlene Hutsebaut

    Guest Author 2 months ago

    Suffering from constipation? Want some exercises which are easy to incorporate into your busy life to help with this?

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  • Do supplements make you constipated?

    Clare 5 months ago

    Poor digestive health usually occurs as the result of a variety of different factors: diet, lifestyle, medications, and even supplements. Supplements, I hear you say? I thought all natural supplements were supposed to make you healthy? Well, used in an appropriate manner, and at the right dosage, natural supplements m

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  • Does drinking alcohol cause constipation?

    Clare 1 year ago

    As with most other aspects of health, the effect that alcohol has on someone varies from person to person as we are all unique. However, one thing we know for certain is that drinking affects our digestive system in many ways and one of the results may indeed be constipation.

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  • Biggest probiotic study clinically shows Bifidobacterium lactis BB-12 to relieve constipation

    Clare 1 year ago

    Do you sometimes look at all the probiotics available, feel utterly confused, and just wish there was one for your specific needs? Well if your need is to be more regular, this is your lucky day! The largest clinical trial on probiotics worldwide has just been published in the British Journal of Nutrition. This particular study was on the already well known, and well researched strain of gut bacteria Bifidobacterium lactis BB-12® which has now been clinically shown to be beneficial for those who are constipated making you more regular – naturally.

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  • How to avoid constipation on holiday

    Clare 1 year ago

    One of the things we dread most when going on holiday is that we won’t feel well. Getting Delhi Belly or being chronically constipated are the two most common things that can ruin your holiday. Having the runs can leave us sitting in our hotel room feeling miserable watching everyone else dive bombing into the pool. However, we can get over this quite quickly whereas travel constipation can last for days and in some cases the whole holiday. It can be miserable leaving us feeling sluggish, unable to enjoy the food, and frustrated by a distended belly. However, do not despair, be aware of the potential for this and be prepared and you can at least reduce if not banish constipation from you holiday experience. 

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