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... You made some very good points. When dealing with the science of health and nutrition, it seems there are always exceptions. It's not like some other sciences where there is often only one correct answer. As far as water goes, it just didn't occur to me to mention it. But I wonder: If someone knows enough to eat a good diet, why wouldn't they know to drink... (5 replies)
... I'm going to disagree with you, John, on your comment regarding that constipation is caused by a poor diet. There can be many reasons why a person is constipated... ... (5 replies)
... Constipation doesn't actually CAUSE weight gain. I should have made that clear in my previous post. It's just a likelyhood that the same poor diet that causes constipation also causes weight gain. ... (5 replies)

... So, yes, if you're constipated you're not getting the balance that you need for good health and weight control. ... (5 replies)
... Does constipation cause weight gain? ... (5 replies)
... g to verify it. I've found that if one has colitis that detox is recommended. Colitis pain is a signal of water shortage in the large gut. It is associated with constipation because the large intestine constricts to squeeze the last drop of water from the excrements. It can cause persistent constipation. ... (10 replies)
... Actually ity is very yummy. I started to crave the drink after the 2 day. I needed it. The Grade B maple syrup has all the nutrients to sustain you for the 10 days or longer if you choose do to the diet. Lemon acts as the cleanser and along with the maple syrup contain enough vitamins and nutrients to keep you alive. In addition, every morning and night you drink an enema... (10 replies)
... Also, another question...how long does it take to lose weight on this diet? ... (19 replies)
... Due to medication I have gained weight and suffer constipation. ... (5 replies)
... I used to feel similar to what you are describing. I remember I would be extremely hyper-aware of every food that I would put into my body. For example, I remember every time I would consume something - other than oxygen and water - I would be extremely aware of the effect the food was having on my body. For instance: raw oat bran with water. Every time I would consume... (3 replies)
Pls help!!!!!
Apr 24, 2013
... also i have not lost any weight this is day 5 now pls some one help!!! ... (1 replies)
... OK so i've had a sort of tumultuous experience with weight loss, diet, foods, etc. I am kind of agfraid of food now, to be honest and i'm trying hard to just stay healthy... ... (1 replies)
... Constipation can be prevented by eating more fiberous foods and drinking more water. You should get at least 25 grams of fiber per day. You can do this by eating fresh fruit, vegetables, legumes and whole grains. To get smarter about eating healthier, you have come to the right place. :) And you're not alone in your love for tasty processed foods. Who doesn't love... (6 replies)
... Hi all, I'm 34 male, not over weight, probably under weight. I have a spinal cord injury but stay healthy, mostly. I just got home yesterday from a 1 day hospital stay, supposedly constipation, anyway it was serious. Hopefully it's better now. I need to know more / be smarter about making a point to eat healthier so I can stay healthier. I love good food that's not good... (6 replies)
... abpain, You've had chronic constipation for 30 years and now you find that fish-oil helps; you're no longer constipated. That could mean that your diet has room for improvement. I think fish-oil is considered to be a supplement, so if you were eating a good diet you probably wouldn't need it. Perhaps your diet is high in omega-6 foods and you needed the omega-3 from... (12 replies)
... All that sugar can cause insulin resistance which can lead to diabetes and weight gain. ... (5 replies)
... dreamkatcha, It is possible to have gluten sensitivity without having full-blown celiac disease. Some wheat flours have a higher gluten content than others. You can indeed be reacting to some food products which use a higher-gluten variety of wheat (or even added gluten as an extra ingredient), while not reacting to products which use a lower-gluten variety of wheat. I... (12 replies)
... Do you have any of the "other" common symptoms that go along with having a gluten-intolerance? Such as gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, pain, fatty stools, weight loss/gain? Or is it just the fatigue/exhaustion that you are experiencing? (12 replies)
... Ahhhh so that is my problem. I have been constipated and am eating healthy. Ive been eating the beans and lots of fiber. I thought I was drinking enough but maybe Im not so Ill have to increase it. Thanks. I was begining to wonder. Cause they are all telling me to eat fiber eat fiber. I want to scream I am!!!! Now I'll drink more! Cheryl:wave: (5 replies)
Advice??
Sep 11, 2006
... s ur right about them just using a cure all.. they did a sonar of my ovaries and pelvis region and just said I had gas. The doc asked if I was having diahreea or constipation and I said every once in a while esp. near my TOM. ... (4 replies)


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