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Supplement - About constipation

Supplement - About constipation

Supplement - About constipation

Part Three

Constipation is the one most familiar digestive issue in the United States. Constipation is common and it affects all ages of people around the world. Constipation is when you have no bowel movements for more than 3-4 days, or when you have a bowel movement, it is hard, and there is only a small amount of stool.
I feel pain because of the abdominal fullness and feeling of rest.

Supplements to use


·        Dietary fiber

Specific health foods include galactomannan (guar gum degradation product), wheat bran, agar-derived dietary fiber, polydextrose, psyllium seed coat, low molecular weight sodium alginate, indigestible dextrin, etc. There is.

·        Oligosaccharides

Foods for specified health use include fructooligosaccharides, soybean oligosaccharides, isomalt-oligosaccharides, galactooligosaccharides, coffee oligosaccharides, dairy oligosaccharides, lactulose, and raffinose.

·         Kodachi Aloe

Used as a colonic stimulant laxative. Ingesting large amounts can cause abdominal pain.

·         Lactic acid bacteria

Foods for specified health use have been tested in people with a tendency to constipate, and an increase in the number of defecations and an increase in the amount of defecation has been observed. Many strains such as Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus is used.

·         Magnesium

Magnesium has a laxative effect, and magnesium oxide and magnesium sulfate are marketed as laxatives. There are also interactions with other drugs and food ingredients, so take them with care.

 About high cholesterol

Total blood cholesterol levels range from less than 120 /? To over 300 /? And the average for Japanese is 198 /? For men and 206 /? For women.
Cholesterol levels are determined by genetic constitution, internal organs such as the liver, and diet.
Variations with age is also seen, and in women, it increases after menopause.

Dietary supplements you want to use

Dietary fiber

Among dietary fibers, water-soluble and viscous products are highly effective. It suppresses cholesterol absorption and promotes bile acid excretion.
Guar gum, pectin, chitin/chitosan, konjac, low molecular weight sodium alginate, the psyllium seed coat, etc.
·        Soy protein

It is approved as food for specified health use. Reduces cholesterol absorption.

·        Plant sterol ester, stanol

It is approved as food for specified health use. Reduces cholesterol absorption. Depending on the genetic constitution, there may be rare adverse effects, so it is necessary to have a test done.

·         Linoleic acid, stearic acid, oleic acid

Work differently depending on the type of fatty acid, so take the appropriate amount according to your constitution.

·          Scarlet soup Reduces the

Production of cholesterol in the liver.

·         Soy isoflavone It has a

Female hormone-like action, lowering LDL cholesterol and raising HDL cholesterol.

·          Antioxidants

It suppresses oxidative degeneration of LDL cholesterol. If you have the right amount, you can use red wine rich in polyphenols. Moderate alcohol increases HDL cholesterol.

·            Garlic

Cholesterol has been used to lower cholesterol, but it has been reported that garlic extract produced as a garlic extract has no cholesterol-lowering effect.

* Don't overdose foods with high cholesterol content.

Overweight causes

Some people are not overweight but think they are overweight and have an unreasonable diet, while others are overweight and are hurting their health.
The cause of overweight is that carbohydrates, fats, proteins, alcohol, and the body's calories are changed to fat. This fat accumulates too much in the fat tissue and becomes “overweight”.
Also, if there is a little amount of physical activity such as exercise, the amount of heat will not be consumed, so it will become fat.
Uneven eating, quick eating, swallowing, and eating while eating, lazy eating, nighttime meals without breakfast, snacking, etc. can also cause overweight.

Precautions for daily life and supplements

Ensure that the amount of energy consumed does not exceed the amount of energy consumed.
If you reduce the amount of food, be aware that vitamins, minerals, proteins, and other nutrients necessary to maintain the body's functions are likely to be deficient.
Keep fat, carbohydrates and alcohol understated.

·       Low-insulin diet

High-glycemic and hyper-insulinemia after meals increase fat synthesis, so use foods that prevent blood sugar levels after meals from rising suddenly.

·       Meals

Slowly chew and eat. Stop eating a lot and refrain from snacking at once. Avoid eating before going to bed late at night.

·        Diacylglycerol, medium-chain fatty acids

Fat is modest because of its high energy value, but it is also necessary to consume it.
In that case, you may use oil that is approved to be labeled as “It is hard to get fat”. Stearic acid, which is often found in cocoa butter, is a fatty acid that is difficult to accumulate as fat.

·        Tea catechins Because

Tea catechins have the ability to increase heat production, tea catechin drinks that have been approved as “hard to body fat” has been released as foods for specified health use.

·        Dietary fiber

Consider using low-energy foods that provide a feeling of fullness, such as psyllium seed coat, chitin/chitosan, konjac mannan, low molecular weight sodium alginate, inulin, and indigestible dextrin.

Effect of supplements

Vitamins

Types of vitamin B

(B1, B2, niacin, B6, pantothenic acid, biotin, B12, folic acid)
As you can see from the fact that Vitamin B is called "Vitamin B group" Biotin, B12, folic acid, etc.

 Vitamin B supplements

Our bodies change food into energy by the action of enzymes, but vitamin B the group is always included in the majority of coenzymes that help the action of the enzymes, that is, helpers. As a result, symptoms such as the body being easy to get tired will appear.

Benefits of vitamin B1

Vitamin B1 ... Vitamin B1 is required when changing carbohydrates to glucose or fat or energy. As you can see from the fact that it was originally discovered as a cause of beriberi, if it runs short, it becomes easy to get tired, and it becomes difficult to get tired.

Deficiencies of Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 ... essential for protein metabolism. Insufficient skin may cause rough skin, anemia, stomatitis, and eczema. It is especially important for those who care about diabetes because it is also involved in insulin production in the body.

Vitamin B12 dosage

Vitamin B12, folic acid ... Vitamin related to hematopoiesis. Insufficiency can cause not only normal anemia but also pernicious anemia, bone marrow deformation, and neuropathy such as dementia.

Vitamin B2 benefits

Vitamin B2 ... has the effect of keeping the skin and mucous membranes working normally. For this reason, it is also called a beauty vitamin, and if it is insufficient, it becomes greasy or eczema occurs.

 Best time to take vitamin B2

The vitamin B group is water-soluble, so even if you take a lot at once, it will be excreted together with urine. You should take it several times daily. Also, since they work while interacting with each other, it is more effective to take them together as a “group” than to take them alone….
Part Three

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