What to eat to make you poop easier*

Because Everyone Poops: 5 Foods to Make Going Easier

Nothing glamorous here: everyone poops And how well you poop is a great indication of your digestive and, hence, overall health Your colon is the garbage disposal of your body

If you eat well, are hydrated and carry on a relatively active lifestyle, you will poop regularly and properlyAylin has been living in Istanbul, where she is founder and CEO of a coldpressed juice and healthy foods company JS www. If you don’t poop enough or consistently, waste compounds in your colon and can lead to a host of health problems Here are 5 foods that help you poop

To give your poop an extra run for its money, eat the following foods:

1 Brown, Spotty Bananas

2 Cold-Pressed Oils

Many of us fear fat, but we shouldn’t! Fat is a lubricant for your body and it helps food to slide through your system seamlessly Cold-pressed oils help in keeping your digestive tract lubricated and fit for proper elimination Use cold-pressed oils such as flax, coconut and olive oils in salads, smoothies, and soups

A half-cup serving of dried figs provides 73 grams of fiber, some 19 percent of the RDA of fiber for men and 28 percent for women The same serving also offers 11 percent of the RDA of potassium and more than 10 percent of the RDA of vitamin K These features make dried figs great for overall health as well as digestion I choose to add dried figs to this list, because they are mobile and easy to carry around as a go-snack with things back up

4 Green Smoothies

They are more than a chlorophyll powerhouse Green smoothies are jam-packed with plant fiber, which help to push food through your system and essentially clean you from the inside out

“Beans, Beans, they’re good for your heart The more you eat ’em, the more you fart!” The light-spirited children’s chant speaks truths! Beans contain abut 10 grams of fiber in one cup They hold a mixture of soluble and insoluble fiber, which help to shepherd waste through your colon Enjoy cooked beans in a casserole, mashed with spices to make a dip, mixed into a vegetable soup, or added to a salad for extra bulk

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Aylin Erman

Aylin is founder of GlowKitchen, a food blog with an emphasis on vegan and gluten-free fare Aylin has been living in Istanbul, where she is founder and CEO of a cold-pressed juice and healthy foods company JÜS (wwwjusistanbulcom)

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