1 Tablespoon a Day Keeps Constipation Away

There is nothing worse than feeling constipated, having cramps, bloating, difficulty going to the bathroom. It affects your entire physiology of your body. Remember, all your digestion takes place in your small intestine.

1 Tablespoon a Day Keeps Constipation Away
1 Tablespoon a Day Keeps Constipation Away

And if your intestines aren’t working correctly, it’s going to affect your probiot, it’s going to affect the flora, it’s going to affect your immune system. And when you become so toxic that can eventually make its way into the bloodstream and cause a significant amount of inflammation affecting other organs and systems.

So this video is going to help you go to the bathroom to get rid of that constipation, get rid of that excessive waste, so you can feel light, feel better, and be happy. You may be thinking, what causes my constipation?

Well, there are certain medications like painkillers, antidepressants, as well as iron supplements that can make you constipated, even lack of physical activity. Being sedentary, sitting down all day long will make you constipated. It will slow the transit time of your intestines, keeping you from going to the bathroom.

And if you’re not drinking enough water and you’re dehydrated, your stools are going to become hard and difficult to pass. As well as eating a low fiber diet. Yes, that’s right. Processed, refined foods, those box foods, those cereals, those canned foods, foods that have been stripped away, that fiber that’s going to make you constipated.

Without that soluble and insoluble fiber, you’re going to have a hard time going to the bathroom. You’re going to have problems. But when it comes to lubrication and softening, you need to think of extra virgin olive oil. It’s a healthy fat that contains monounsaturated fats and antioxidants. And when consumed, it acts as a natural lubricant in your digestive system, helping to soften stool and making it so much easier to pass.

The oil’s lubricating properties helps facilitate bowel movements and alleviates constipation. And olive oil directly affects the muscles within the intestines, and those muscles squeeze and relax and squeeze and relax.

And as it propels the waste in the intestines, this increased movement, called pyrostalsis, this is what removes that waste so it can get out of your system. An extra virgin olive oil is rich in antioxidants such as polyphenols, which has antiinflammatory properties.

It helps support your overall gut health and by reducing inflammation in the digestive tract olive oil will improve your digestion and alleviate those symptoms of constipation. And consuming olive oil also aids in hydration.

It helps retain moisture in the stool, making it so much easier to pass. Additionally, the healthy fats in olive oil enhances the absorption of fatsoluble vitamins and nutrients in the digestive system, supporting overall nutrient uptake and gut function.

And drinking a glass or two of water first thing in the morning with citric acid, lemons or limes, or even acetic acid, apple cider vinegar or any other kind of vinegar. This will stimulate peristalsis as well that can really help you excrete all that waste and toxins that you’re holding onto.

And remember that when it comes to constipation, hydration is key. You must be drinking water throughout the day, otherwise you will get dehydrated, even if your brain is not perceiving that dehydration, as you might not be feeling it in the early stages. But constipation is a sign that your body needs more fluid.

And here’s the magic trick. Extra virgin olive oil not regular olive oil because anything but extra virgin olive oil has been processed. You want to take one tablespoon, which is 15 thing in the morning on an empty stomach and just wait.

In the majority of you, you will definitely see changes. Guess what? You can actually add a little bit more, up to two tablespoons, but start at one and see how your body reacts. If you start drinking more water, hydrating throughout the day, getting a little bit more exercise, walking, moving around and doing what your body wants, you are going to see big progress.

But you must get that fiber, that soluble fiber, that insoluble fiber and your nuts, your fruits, your vegetables, your whole grains. If you’re eating a lot out of the box cans, you’re going to be losing a lot of that fiber.

White rice, spaghetti, you’re losing that fiber. Get your soluble and insoluble fiber. It will make all the difference in the world and I promise you, your body will love you. So I put you to the test. Start taking a little bit of extra virgin olive oil first thing in the morning, empty stomach and you’re going to see great results.

Please share this video with your friends and family. Leave your comments below. And most important, make it a great day. I’m Dr. Alan Mandel.

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