CELLULOSE FIBER is a source of insoluble fiber used to increase stool bulk and support the normal passage of daily bowel movements. Insoluble fiber helps to dilute toxins in the colon and can aid in the elimination of toxins from the colon, source of insoluble fiber aids in elimination of toxins.
Cost Per Serving: $0.44
Brand: Vital Nutrients
Contraindications: If pregnant, consult your physician before taking.
Made In: USA
Serving size: 1 level tablespoon (7.5g) (1 heaping tablespoon = 15 grams)
Servings per container: 50
|Cellulose Fiber (a source of insoluble fiber)||7.5 grams||-|
Cellulose Fiber (a source of insoluble fiber)
1 or 2 tablespoons daily in juice, water or soft food, or as directed by a healthcare professional.
If pregnant, consult your physician before taking.
Without knowing what you have already tried, or the cause of the prolapse, I’ll start with the basics. The primary treatment is aimed at preventing constipation and avoiding straining to have a bowel movement. A diet rich in fiber (25-35 grams per day) is crucial. I suggest eating a fiber-containing food at every meal, particularly lots of vegetables, beans, legumes, and whole grains will help soften stools. Drinking 6 to 8+ glasses of decaffeinated fluids every day will assist in keeping stools soft. Consider a fiber supplement such as this one: http://healthygoods.com/cellulose-fiber-375g.html
Consider a potent Probiotic--something like ProBiota 12. Take 2 capsules after dinner.
Exercise also increases transit time, reducing constipation.
Physical therapy can also help strengthen weakened muscles and improve pelvic muscle tone to make the pelvic floor stronger.
In Health and Happiness,
Kelly Harrington, MS, RD
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist for Healthy Goods