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Default TOP 10 Food Items to Relieve Constipation in Summer

Dehydration during summer can cause digestive problems like constipation. There are a certain foods that can ease the pain. Read on to know about them.


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Scorching heat during summer can drain away the water from your body and can potentially cause constipation, which can make ****ing a painful task. Certain lifestyle choices can help you tackle the condition. One of the is by opting for foods that can soften the stool and help in its painless passage. Read further to know about those foods.



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Being rich in fiber called pectine, apples can pull water in the colon, where stool accumulates and can help in its easy transit.


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Eating kiwi daily can soften the stool and can improve your bowel movement too.


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It is a great source of vitamin C, E, K and fiber. These nutrients are known to add bulk to stools and help in its easier passage through the gut.


Image credit: Representational ImageBeans

Beans are rich in fiber that is good for fighting constipation.


Image credit: Representational ImageLemon Juice

Containing citric acid, lemon juice can flush out toxins and relieve constipation.


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Being rich in tartaric acid and fiber, raisins has laxative effects that helps in loosening of stools and improved bowel movement.

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