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 Susan Ince
The Tasty Foods That Are Best For Your Health, And The (Easy) Workout Plan
That Really Works
For years, nutrition experts have told us that the only heart-healthy diet
was a low-fat, high-carb plan. Now they're eating their words. Last November,
the Harvard Nurses' Health Study showed that a low-carb diet can be good for
women's hearts—even if it means a higher fat intake. It all depends on the type
of fat. What's more, in a head-to-head comparison a few months earlier,...