Constipation is very common among people intentionally losing weight. Just like your bowel movements are often disrupted during an irregular routine such as travel, it can also momentarily lock up as a natural reaction to your new diet, causing constipation. Also, constipation from switching to a high protein diet could mean you aren't getting enough fiber. We suggest to make sure you drink enough fluids, increase walking to one hour per day to get the body moving, chew foods thoroughly, and increase fiber intake from vegetables. Also, liquids will dilute your digestive juices, making it harder for your body to digest your food, so save fluid intake until after you've eaten your meal. Your body should adjust to your new diet within 1-2 weeks, alleviating symptoms. If not, please contact your physician. (http://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/digestive-diseases-constipation)
Articles in this section
- Slenderiiz FAQs
- What do you use for natural flavoring?
- How can I be sure your "natural flavoring" is safe?
- Are any sweeteners besides Stevia approved for the Slenderiiz Program?
- Can I take Slenderiiz while on chemotherapy?
- Can someone who is going through any type of surgery still be on Slenderiiz and supplementation?
- Does birth control affect Slenderiiz results?
- Does Slenderiix or Xceler8 affect blood pressure?
- How does Slenderiix work?
- How do I use the Xceler8 complex with Slenderiix?