The first thing I would recommend if eating meat is making it hard for you to move your bowels is this: stop eating meat! Meat is not a great food to eat if the intestines are blocked up. Eat more fish. Fish is a lot less constipating.
Fruit is also going to help you move your bowels. Papayas and pineapples are very good digestive fruits to eat. Get that bowel working better with some vegetables. I also suggest eating lighter proteins and making sure you are keeping yourself well hydrated.
The reality is this: you need to make a diet change, my friend. Stop eating the meat for a while. It’s not a good idea to keep eating meat while trying to speed up bowel turnover with butane hydrochloride or apple cider vinegar.
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It’s important to know what is going on in your gut when you’re constipated. I recommend having a comprehensive stool analysis. The stool test will tell you whether you have Candida or parasites, or a problem with your beneficial bacteria.
Poor pancreatic, liver, or gallbladder function can also contribute to constipation. You need to investigate what’s causing your bowels to be slow. Once you know why it’s much easier to figure out what to do about the problem