4. Broccoli and Cauliflower
Both of these are packed with loads of soluble and insoluble fiber that help solidify loose stool and lubricate the large intestine to promote good flow in the colon.
Juicy fruits like oranges, grapefruits, lemons, and limes are not only high in water content, but they also help soften stool and reduce bloating. “Anything that is super juicy is great to keep things moving,” said Mills.
2. Sweet Potatoes
It’s no wonder sweet potatoes are considered a superfood! Sweet potatoes contain various nutrients that act as natural laxatives, like water, fiber, magnesium, and vitamin B6.
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This a low-carb option that is also low in sugar and packed with fiber, which helps with constipation relief. Not to mention, it’s packed with potassium, which is also found to act as an electrolyte to help keep the digestive tract well balanced.