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What's the best strategy if you're having trouble in the, ahem, laxation department?
Evaluation of the effect of four fibers on laxation, gastrointestinal tolerance and serum markers in healthy humans.
These are partially digestible with laxation and colonic fermentation and effects on lipid levels.
reported that 36 healthy adults consuming 20 grams of added fibre, either STA-LITE Polydextrose or PROMITOR Soluble Corn Fibre per day, in addition to their usual lower fibre diet, which was approximately 13-14 g/day compared to the recommended 25 g/day for women and 38 g/day for men, experienced improved laxation with minimal gastrointestinal tolerance issues.
The following symptoms were used to diagnosis ascites: i) right ventricle hypertrophy and cardiac muscle laxation, ii) swollen and stiff liver, iii) and clear, yellowish and colloid fluid appearance in the pericardium or abdominal cavity (Baghbanzadeh et al.
This research suggests that fiber is good for more than laxation, which means helping food move through the intestines, he added.
Effects of flax fiber on laxation and glycemic response in healthy volunteers.
Importantly, there were no signs of excessive laxation or frank diarrhoea as has been noted with other digestion-resistant carbohydrates.
Summary: BEIRUT: Prominent Lebanese businessmen on Tuesday urged the government to implement long overdue reforms, warning that any laxation could affect the economy.
An unfermented gel component of psyllium seed husk promotes laxation as a lubricant in humans.
Clinical trials have shown that approximately 50% of patients on methylnaltrexone experienced a laxation response within 4 hours of the first dose and reported less difficulty with laxation and reduced distress associated with constipation.
Moreover, "more patients in the methylnaltrexone group than in the place-bo group had reductions in the difficulty of laxation and distress associated with constipation," Dr.