How To Prepare The Best Natural Laxative

In this article you will find out how to prepare the best natural laxative. This remedy that I will present you is called “The jam hospital” because it was tested on a group of patients who was suffering from a severe form of constipation. It is very effective, perfectly natural and easy to prepare!

Constipation may be caused by sedentary lifestyle, stress, old age, medical treatments, administration of certain vitamins, the small amount of dietary fiber, but also can occur as a symptom of other diseases that require treatment.

The best way to address to this problem is to prepare this natural treatment and to use it.

You need:

• dates 150g (1 cup)

• plum 150g (1 cup)

• 1.5 cups of boiled water (or less for a thicker consistency)

Indications

1. Cut into small pieces the dates and prunes, then boil them in water until mixture begins to thicken and decreases.

2.The obtained quantity is for about 20 portions, 1 tablespoon each. Jam can be consumed by people of all ages.

3. You can eat jam like it is, or you can spread it on bread, mixed with yogurt or cereal and milk.

Eat 1 tablespoon of this natural remedy every day.

Plums are very nutritious, high in fiber and have a laxative effect. For this reason, they are prescribed for a long time in cases of constipation. Laxative properties are primarily due sorbitol. Sorbitol is a alcohol type of sugar that can be consumed by diabetics without any problems, because do not influence insulin secretion. Plums are digested very slowly and most often end up half undigested in the colon, which softens the stool consistency.

Dates are considered to be among the healthiest fruits in the world. A rich source of natural fiber essential in adjustment the frequency when you go to the toilet. Regular consumption of dates may even prevent some diseases and conditions such as anemia, hypercholesterolemia and cancer.

How To Prepare The Best Natural Laxative

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