Constipation is a problem shared by about 1 in 5 Italians.
It is not a pathology, but more than anything else a symptom, which arises as a result of alterations in intestinal functions.
Usually we speak of constipation, or constipation, when the frequency of bowel movements is less than 2/3 times a week. This is also accompanied by a certain difficulty in evacuating, a feeling of abdominal bloating, hard and dehydrated stools, bloating.
There are some strategies to prevent and counter these problems. Everything starts with a correct and balanced diet and a healthy and active lifestyle.
As for nutrition, few people know that these 2 fruits together fight constipation, bloating and abdominal pain.
Before discovering what these two incredible fruits are, we at ProiezionidiBorsa would like to specify one important thing.
Our nutrition advice is not to be considered as definitive and generalizable to anyone.
Achieving a correct diet, in fact, means taking the right portions of each food, without excluding (or including) entire categories of food.
The two fruits that we will see shortly, therefore, must be included in a balanced and correct diet, which only a serious nutritionist can recommend.
Few people know that these 2 fruits together fight constipation, bloating and abdominal pain
One of the fruits with the highest laxative capacity is certainly the kiwi.
The high presence of both soluble and insoluble fiber helps to improve the passage of food in the intestine.
Furthermore, being composed of 80% water, it also guarantees a high digestibility.
Kiwifruit is a suitable fruit for those on a low-calorie diet and for those suffering from diabetes. The fibers contained in the kiwi, in fact, lower the glycemic index of the fruit and make it suitable for those who are diabetic.
It has incredible properties, even the kiwi in its “gold” version. In fact, we eat this amazing fruit before bed and we will never suffer from insomnia again.
The second fruit that helps fight constipation is theapricot.
As shown by some scientific studies, this typically summer fruit is an excellent natural laxative.
Thanks to the presence of sorbitol, in fact, apricots favor intestinal function and stimulate peristalsis. In addition, they help the body to eliminate waste and harmful substances.
It is important, however, not to overdo it in order not to have other intestinal problems.
The ideal would be to consume a maximum of five per day.
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