Or so that's what they say. Many people have a harder time doing it than others. In fact, constipation is a common problem affecting an estimated 20% of the population.
Are we not getting enough fiber? Are we eating unhealthy? What's the challenge? Those are loaded questions and without speaking to a medical professional, who's to say what is going on with your specific situation.
There are also a ton of remedies out there. Including the likes of laxatives, stool softeners, and fiber supplements likeDaily Multi-Fiber. These are easy fixes, yes - but adding these simple foods to your daily to help with the longevity of staying regular.
So here's what we know about these foods. They're so tasty. They're easy to find at the grocers. And, they're easy to eat. Who doesn't love to eat delicious foods that give a better chance at having a good, smooth, and easy poop?
I know I do.
I'm going to go over 7 actually tasty foods to add to your diet so that adding them is delicious, but also easy.
Now this is a treat. It's a reallllllyyy good treat.
I'm always on the look out for a dessert like treat that I can make into a healthier version. Especially since I've been on my health journey. Being able to eat the foods I like has been really helpful for my health plan.
When I found a recipe for chocolate/peanut butter bars, I saved it and immediately knew what I needed to do next. Make it simpler, make it healthier. So that's just what we did today.
Gooey Protein Cinnamon Rolls Are Trending and We're Not Sitting This One Out
In a world filled with delicious cooler weather treats, these protein cinnamon rolls really elevate my winter weather treat status.
As soon as these were ready, my family gobbled these up instantly. Then, the next day, the requests came flying in again. My toddler was begging for "cinnman circles," and my son was salivating when I pulled my second batch out.
Cinnamon rolls have been notoriously known for being devilishly good. But I thought, well, how can I make these a little bit healthier? And that’s when this idea hit me.
It’s good for your health for more reasons than you probably even realize. Oral aloe vera supplements have been associated with key health benefits - potentially making it the next big trend in wellness.
Cake. Candy Canes. Sprinkles. Yep- I'm here for it. ESPECIALLY if it's got protein and nutrients in it.
The holiday season tends to disrupt my normal diet. I've been on a slow and steady health journey over the last year and I'd like to keep myself going strong, even during my weakness: HOLIDAY TREAT SEASON.
Over this past year, I made a really great and simple healthy cake pop recipe that I keep revisiting with different toppings and tasty accessories. So when I was brainstorming which dessert to have in the refrigerator for my sweet tooth this season, using this recipe was a no brainer.
There's Something About Gingerbread That Puts Me In The Holiday Mood
The smell. The taste. The coloring. For me - anything gingerbread is a sign that the holiday's are coming.
I've been on this healthy treat kick for a few months now. For me, I can't help but over indulge during the holiday season. I adore all the foods, drinks, and desserts that come with the winter months. I'm also aboard a "get healthier" train so this years treats and recipes are all coming from a healthier stand point.
If there's a way that I can enjoy my favorite holiday treats but the healthier versions of them - I'm going to do it.
And that’s where these gingerbread protein energy balls come into play.
Overnight oats are amazing for busy mornings. They can be made ahead of time. They're super easy to prepare. You can enjoy them on the go and they'll keep your hunger satisfied until lunch time.
I think my favorite thing about overnight oats is that they're never boring. The base of this recipe is incredibly versatile. You can add whatever kind of fruits, spices, or toppings you have in your kitchen.