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Are there products that have a laxative effect, or that have a stopping effect?

  1. Foods such as gingerbread or apple juice have not been proven to have a laxative effect if you suffer from constipation. Foods like banana, grated apple, blueberry juice, cinnamon, rice, rice water, white bread and carrot puree do not noticeably stop diarrhea.

What does work as a laxative or stopping one?

  1. With chronic diarrhea, but also with constipation (constipation) it is good to eat a lot of fiber. Fibers act in the intestine as a kind of sponge so that they absorb water, keeping the stool soft and flexible. They also ensure that the intestines keep moving. In this video our spokesperson Jasper explains exactly how it works.

  1. A high-fiber diet is important for healthy bowel movements. Don't look for it in a single food if you have constipation or diarrhea, but add more fiber from different foods. Fiber is obtained from whole grain products, vegetables, fruit, legumes and nuts. And important: drink enough Sufficient drinking helps to prevent constipation. Because fibers bind moisture, they can only do their job properly if you also drink enough. With diarrhea, sufficient drinking prevents dehydration. With diarrhea you need 2 to 3 liters of drink per day. Normally this is 1.5 to 2 liters per day.

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