Probiotics are fantastic for constipation, especially the bifidobacteria strains which live in the large intestine. Probiotics aid the movement of stool through the intestinal tract by lowering the pH. Maintaining an appropriate pH supports digestive processes and suppresses dysbiotic bacteria, parasites, and yeast. Probiotics also increase the power of the immune system.
Through my clinical work, I have noticed that clients with the highest beneficial bacteria counts have the most regular bowel movements. Clients with low numbers of beneficial bacteria tend to have more bloating, gas, and constipation.
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Do yourself a favor and take a probiotic at least once a day if you’re constipated. Better, still, take probiotics mixed with digestive enzymes. This combination is even more effective for constipation than probiotics alone.
If you struggle with constipation, check out CanXida Restore, my product with the green label. CanXida Restore contains several probiotics, including bifidobacteria, and several digestive enzymes.
Take one tablet a day of CanXida Restore with food. It will help your bowel work a lot better. CanXida Restore is particularly useful for constipation if you eat foods that contain prebiotic fibers. However, I strongly recommend against taking a probiotic product that also contains prebiotics. In my experience, that combination can lead to significant GI side effects.