A diet that incorporates foods high in fiber, such as wheat bran,
helps prevent constipation and may help to reduce occurrence of
rectal prolapse. But be careful to add fiber to
your diet slowly. It takes a while for your digestive system to adapt to
increased amounts of fiber.
Here are some simple ways to add fiber to your diet:
By Mehmet Oz, M.D. & Michael Roizen, M.D.
You're staring at the fridge. Or the pantry, or the menu. How do you make
the right choice? By remembering a few simple rules.
BreakfastThe point of breakfast is twofold. First, it replenishes the calories
you've burned and eliminates the hunger you've built up overnight, when you
haven't eaten for nine or ten hours. You're literally breaking a fast. Second,
it keeps you satiated until lunch, your next big meal. There are good...