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Constipation and Diarrhea - The Problems and Some Solutions

In human engines, just like the mechanical engines of our vehicles, once fuel (food) is burned (digestive), it must be removed or eliminated as waste. Exhaustion or elimination is a very important process in the nutrition regimen. It is a very safe human food system. The body's internal factories take the raw material it provides in the form of fat, carbohydrates, or protein and what is left after digestion is carbon dioxide and water, which must be removed. Occasionally complications occur during this operation and may result from diarrhea or constipation.

Some children, but most of them adults, have a tolerance for dairy products. They are deficient or lacking in lactase, the digestive enzyme needed to split and use milk sugar (lactose) and digest it. Lactose that is not absorbed or absorbed, has a very strong attraction to water and often acts as a laxative. It causes diarrhea, stomach aches and cramps. Untreated lactose can also negatively affect the beneficial bacteria present in the intestinal tract. This often results in excessive fatigue and associated discomfort.

The main problem with diarrhea is that food (fuel) is forced through the body so quickly that some nutrients can be absorbed to help it. The cause of this process can be due to deficiency of niacinamide, folic acid, B6, magnesium or potassium. The worse the diarrhea, the greater the amount of food consumed and the higher the fat content. Four to six tablespoons of unsaturated oil should be supplied daily until the condition passes.

Constipation is actually defined as a stubborn sting rather than a rare one. When the colon becomes inflamed or enlarged it is known as colitis. Often unhealthy, especially cereals and carbohydrates, will stimulate the inflammatory colon and should be avoided during this period.

There are many causes for constipation, and here are some of the main causes:

Individual failure to respond to natural call to remove or eliminate. In other words, the voluntary habit of holding the bowels for a long time, when it is not necessary, rather than releasing them.

Soft or injured pain that does not produce bile.

Poor diet that includes very little to be rude, or my fiber and fiber does not mean foods that look good. The criterion of dietary fiber is whether it passes through the intestinal tract without breakdown by the human enzyme. Milk and meat contain no nutritional fiber at all.

Each plant cell structure has a dietary fiber cellulose (carbohydrate that cannot be digested) as an important constituent of its outer wall. It provides a "bulk" that increases the weight of the impurities, and most of this weight is in the form of water that is absorbed as it passes through the digestive tract. Fiber rich foods include alfalfa foods, wheat bran, fruits, vegetables, sodium alginate (gelatin extract extracted from seaweed), kelp, parsley and water powder, pectin and various dried herbs.

The longer the stool stays in the colon, the more dry they become, and the more constipated people become (remember that voluntary holding of our stomachs is discussed). High fiber diets can act directly on the intestinal microfora, eliminating or inhibiting carcinogen production. By decreasing the transit time of feces, high fiber diets provide less time for the carcinogen in the gut to interact with the intestinal wall.

By increasing the moisture content and most impurities, the fibers dilute the concentration of potential cancer-causing agents and physically block their contact with the intestinal wall.

Bile that doesn't work. If there is bile in the gall bladder, they can and will prevent bile from being thrown into the gut. This will prevent the fat from breaking down to allow them to form with calcium and iron salts, to produce hard soap.

Lack of protein. Hile cannot be produced without sufficient protein. Without sufficient protein, the fat remains and is formed by calcium and iron salts.

Worry and your state of mind. Stress more than just affects your mental well-being, it also pulls vital nutrients from the body and prevents bile production.

If you pay attention, you may find that lack of bile production is a major contributor to constipation and also how eating your food has a positive and negative effect on bile production. Therefore, the best solution for controlling diarrhea and constipation is to control your diet and lifestyle. That's pretty easy, right?


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