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Constipation is the most common digestive complaint in the U.S. population. While everyone has experienced constipation at some point in their lives, chronic constipation is a long-term condition that is characterized by "Infrequent bowel movements or difficult passage of stools that persists for several weeks or longer". It can lead to bloating, abdominal pain, blood stools, anal fissures, rectal prolapse, hemorrhoids and more... In addition to the mental and physical tolls this condition takes, it is also time consuming and expensive. Each year in the U.S., chronic constipation leads to around 2.5 million doctor visits -- and medication costs of many hundreds of millions of dollars.
Recent scientific findings are suggesting that the most effective methods of naturally improving bowel movement, and subsequently lowering constipation, are through the use of dietary supplements.
But how do you know which nutrients are backed by scientific research and studies? Read on to see the list we have compiled regarding the top nutrients which help bowel movement...
The Science Behind the Ingredients:
A randomized, double-blind study concludes that FOS "significantly increased the defecation frequency, daily stool weight, weight per stool and decreased the use of enema" Read Study
A new clinical research shows that "magnesium hydroxide is more efficient than bulk-laxative in treating constipation" Read Study
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Swift Lax™ is a natural formula for people with chronic constipations. It aims to improve bowel movements by acting as a natural laxative. While there are many causes for constipation, the main reason that Swift Lax™ is so effective is that it stimulates the existing probiotics in the body. This means that anyone suffering from constipation, whether short or long-term, should feel the benefits of Swift Lax™. For those experiencing chronic constipation, expect to see changes from 3-12 weeks.
Links & Articles
2. LAXATIVE EFFECT OF FRUCTOOLIGOSACCHARIDE IN MICE AND HUMANS
3. Effects of Fructooligosaccharides on Intestinal Flora and Human Health
4. Constipation in elderly long-stay patients: its treatment by magnesium hydroxide and bulk-laxative
5. Magnesium Hydroxide: New Insights Into the Mechanism of its Laxative Effect and the Potential Involvement of Prostaglandin E2