More vegetable Constipation Remedies
By Rudy Silva
Here are more constipation remedies using vegetables. Use vegetables every day for good health. When you have constipation then you want to eat more vegetables and fruits than normal. After you clear your constipation, them back off from eating excess vegetables and just eat what you need to prevent constipation.
Carrots, Cabbage and Raisins
Because carrots contain fiber, they help to form a good stool and promote peristaltic action. By combining carrots with cabbage and raisins, you can create an even more powerful food that will help in relieving constipation. Combine the following vegetables to form an evening salad:
- Chopped carrots
- Shredded cabbage (raw or slightly steamed)
- Romaine lettuce
- A handful raisins
- Sprinkle a tablespoon of grounded flax seeds
- Mix in 1 - 2 tablespoons of olive oil or more
- Mix in 1 tablespoon of flax seed oil
- Mix in 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar or more
- One tablespoon of lecithin granules
Eat this salad once or twice a day for three days. After that you should continue to eat a vegetable salad for lunch or dinner. Make sure to drink plenty of water when eating more fiber.
Carrot and Spinach Juice
Combine 10 oz of carrot and 6 oz of spinach juice. Drink two pints daily. Both these vegetables have nutrients to help relieve your constipation.
Cucumbers are good for preventing constipation. But they can be used in the carrot-spinach juice or the apple-spinach juice. Cucumbers make these juices more powerful. Use only about - - - of a cucumber when adding it to these juices. You can experiment with how much cucumber you want to add.
Cucumbers are a natural diuretic and help to dissolve kidney stones. Because they are high in potassium, they help to promote the flexibility of colon cells. This helps to keep your colon working, as it should.
Cabbage and Asparagus
Cabbage is high in fiber and contains a good amount of potassium, foliate, beta-carotene and many other nutrients - bioflavonoids, indoles, genistein, monoterpenes. It is these various chemicals that give it its potent ability to reduce or prevent colon cancer and heal various ulcers along the gastrointestinal tract.
Cabbage is anti-bacterial and helps to heal tissues in the stomach, intestines, and colon.
Drinking cabbage juice produces intestinal gas. This gas occurs when cabbage juices combine with putrefied layers in the intestines and colon.
Use little or no salt on any preparation of cabbage. Salt destroys the nutritional value of cabbage.
There are many forms of cabbage you can use for your juices - green, red, savoy, bok choy
Asparagus are also high in fiber. They also provide foliate and vitamins A and C. Refrigerate asparagus quickly if you are not going to use them and keep them for 3 days or less. Asparagus that have not been refrigerated lose their nutritional value quickly.
People with gout should not eat asparagus since they contain purines that can start a gout attack.
Steam your cabbage and asparagus with a slight amount of water for 3-4 minutes or less. Eat just before going to bed and take some digestive enzymes to help digest this food.
About The Author
Rudy Silva has a degree in Physics and is a Natural Nutritionist. He is the author of Constipation, Acne, Hemorrhoid, and Fatty Acid ebooks. He writes a newsletter call "natural-remedies-thatwork.com."
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