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Legumes are high in fiber.

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Hemorrhoids are common in both men and women and affect approximately 1 in 20 Americans according to data from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.

The symptoms of having the swollen veins around the anus or in the lower part of the rectum.

In both forms, when passing stool can cause pain and bleeding.

To help treat and prevent hemorrhoids. A healthy diet should be sought and that helps the stool to be softer and easier to pass, thus there will be less effort during bowel movements.

The best foods if you have hemorrhoids are whole grains, legumes, fruits and vegetables that are high in fiber.

Fiber

Fiber can help food to move through your digestive system. What makes constipation preventable.

Increase your fiber intake gradually from your diet slowly. If you do it too fast it will cause you gas, bloating and colic. A higher amount of fiber is important drink more fluids, 8-10 glasses every day.

How much fiber do you need? 28 grams per day for a 2000 calorie diet.

Consume:

Grain

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The whole grains They are among the foods with the highest amount of fiber. A ¾ cup serving of high-fiber ready-to-eat cereal can give you 9.1 to 14.3 grams.

The oats a beneficial cereal. It contains soluble and insoluble fiber and contributes to intestinal regularity and the prevention of constipation. Has the ability increasing the weight and water content of your stool, making them easier to evacuate.

Cereal fibers, found in wheat bran and oat bran, are considered more effective than fiber from fruits and vegetables.

Beans, lentils, and other legumes

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The Beans They are rich in fiber for example: half a cup of navy beans, cooked provides 9.6 grams fiber and pinto beans, cooked 7.7 grams. Legumes like lentils They are also beneficial for their fiber and a source of prebiotics that feed the intestinal flora.

Apples with skin

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Eat pears, apples, and plums. Apples contain soluble and insoluble fiber. The pectin is a type of soluble fiber that can help prevent constipation. Pectin is also fermented by beneficial bacteria in the colon, which produce short-chain fatty acids that may play a role in preventing chronic diseases, including certain cancers and intestinal disorders, publishes the Harvard Nutrition Source.

A medium apple with skin provides 4.4 grams of fiber.

Green peas

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High fiber vegetables include peas. Half a cup of cooked peas provides 3.5 to 4.4 grams of fiber.

Celery

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Some vegetables and fruits have fiber and plenty of water, both of which are necessary to avoid constipation. Cucumbers, celery, soft bell peppers, and watermelon are over 90% water.

Complete your fiber intake

If you need to supplement your fiber intake, you can also try a fiber supplement made from husk psyllium, such as Metamucil or a generic equivalent. If psyllium causes gas or bloating, you can try a supplement that contains wheat dextrin or methylcellulose.

What should you avoid?

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Low-fiber foods that make your constipation worse.

White bread and other breads made with refined flour Cheese French fries and fried foods in general Meat Processed foods such as sausages, frozen meals and fast food High salt intake.

Seek medical attention if you have symptoms after 1 week of home treatment or have rectal bleeding.

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Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny on Saturday posted a photo to his Instagram account in which he is walking down a flight of stairs as part of his recovery after he was poisoned last month.

In the photo’s caption, Navalny, one of Russia’s most prominent Kremlin critics, wrote that he has a “clear path” to recovery, but suggested it will be a long one. He was removed from a ventilator five days ago and said he is still having trouble climbing stairs, pouring water, and using his phone. Still, he has apparently made significant progress since, he said, he was previously considered only “technically alive.”

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