One natural treatment of constipation is the consumption of fiber, whether as a supplement, such as Citrucel or Metamucil, or by ingesting high-fiber foods, such as fruits, vegetables and whole grains, according to Every... More »

One way to treat constipation in the elderly is a high-fiber diet, states American Family Physician. Most Americans eat about 5 to 10 grams of fiber daily, while the recommended amount is 20 to 35 grams. Foods high in fi... More »

The best way to cure constipation without a laxative is to add more fiber to the diet and also exercise more, according to Mayo Clinic. Individuals should use the bathroom when the urge arises rather than attempting to d... More »

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Recommended foods for prediabetics include high-fiber foods, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains and beans, according to Everyday Health. Prediabetics should also choose lean meats and healthy fat sources. More »

To relieve constipation, WebMD suggests eating foods high in fiber such as vegetables, beans and whole grains supplemented with plenty of water for hydration and to aid digestion. Everyday Health recommends snacking on b... More »

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Although diverticulosis generally does not require treatment, patients with painful symptoms can take pain medications and increase the amount of fiber in their diet to reduce constipation, according to MedicineNet. Anti... More »

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Natural ways to relieve constipation include adding more fiber to the diet, increasing water intake and maintaining a regular exercise regimen, states WebMD. For individuals 12 and older, it also helps to establish a dai... More »

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