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Are Apples Constipating?

Apples are not constipating; on the contrary, they help in digestion. They contain high fiber and pectin which help in bowel movements. Apples actually have a natural laxative effect on the bowels, which can help alleviate constipation. Pectin, a substance found in apples helps to add bulk to stools. This helps prevent constipation and promote healthy, regular bowel movements. So quite the opposite, apples are not constipating. They are in fact one of the best fruits to consume when you have that problem.

by Margaret Walker on Fri, 02/18/2011 - 16:01


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