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    kindj Posts: 253, Reputation: 105
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    Nov 13, 2007, 12:49 PM
    Protein making certain things rather difficult
    I'm eating a fairly high protein diet at the moment, and drinking lots and lots of water. Trouble is, lately I've had some difficulty with the ol' BM's. Every other day at most, and when I do, it ain't easy. Feels like I'm passing cannonballs.

    Do I need more water or what? I eat a high fiber/high complex carb breakfast which helps, but wow--this gets uncomfortable sometimes.

    Any suggestions?
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    Nov 13, 2007, 01:17 PM
    Try buying a digestive blend from the health food store make sure it has milk thistle and burdock. Other ingredients should include fenugreek, cascara, red clover, slippery elm, flax,

    Something like this
    RL CleanseSMART: First Cleanse 14 day at American Nutrition

    Ginger, mint, pineapple, papaya, essential fatty acids and yucca are also good for the digestion

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