Constipation69,diabetic.hypertensive.taking Insulin and other Allopathic medicines.
Suffering from constipation.Due to internal dryness,stool does not pass easily and daily.
Stool very stiff.
Thirst and hunger normal.
Sciatica pain in left leg.
Numbness in lower body.
No stomach disorder.
mrbaig on 2014-06-06
1. Start eating half cup of low fat, plain, non-flavored yogurt with live cultures daily in the morning or with lunch. If you have homemade yogurt thats the best.
2. Stop all processed foods e.g. white bread, white rice, white burgers etc.
3. Eat whole foods only i.e. whole grain bread, brown rice, brown burgers etc.
4. The bread should be high in bran content & the flour should be coarse ground.
5. Start eating a small bowl of salad at least once a day e.g. it should contain cucumber, carrots, salad leaves, tomato and any vegetable you like. Put a dressing of olive oil & raw apple cider vinegar and put some salt & black pepper to your liking.
6. Eat at least 1-2 fruits per day e.g. apple, orange etc.
7. Drink enough water so that your urine is clear. Yellow colored urine is a good indication that you are dehydrated.
8. Eat only when hungry and when eating, dont overstuff yourself.
9. Focus on food only when you eat i.e. dont divert your attention by watching tv etc.
Aerobic activity e.g. Start walking at least 30 minutes a day for 5 days a week with your spouse/friend and achieve your target heart rate.
Strength training e.g. Start weight training at least 20 minutes 3 days a week.
NOTE: Yogurt can cause increased mucus generation in some individuals, if you are like that, dont eat yogurt. Rather start eating roasted black chick peas (also known as Bengal Gram) daily.
fitness 6 years ago
mrbaig 6 years ago
From fig to aspghol, I tried every thing. I am almost vegetarian. Seeking any remedy in homeopathy, as one of my friend suggested.
mrbaig 6 years ago
♡ simone717 6 years ago
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