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Probiotics may ease constipation
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Sometimes constipation occurred due to nutrient and fiber deficiency in our body so i suggest use multivitamins.
I can sure say they work for me.. 3 a day
After having a bowel resection due to diverticulitis in 2006 I was told to make sure that I get plenty of fiber. My morning breakfast is:
1/3 cup of kelloggs Bran Buds
2/3 cup of Quaker natural Granola
Tablespoon of frozen blueberries
Bye, bye problems with constipation.
Yes, It is true that probiotics help in food to digest well. Wen we were kids, my grand mother used to give us curd whenever we had problems related to digestion or constipation.
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