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with this perfect pairing: fiber-rich rye bread and bacteria-boosted yogurt.
If you're stopped up, eating this bread-yogurt combo may help clear the pipes. Fiber has long been known to get things moving, but it also can cause uncomfortable gas and bloating
. That's where yogurt comes in. The beneficial bacteria in yogurt can help relieve those not-so-nice side effects of high-fiber foods. Eat enough fiber on a daily basis and, eventually, your body will adjust and run more smoothly.
When constipated study participants regularly ate fiber-rich rye bread -- almost 8 slices of special high-fiber loaves daily -- and Lactobacillus
GG-fortified yogurt -- about 1-1/3 cups -- over a few weeks, they experienced a significant decrease in bowel problems. Whether or not your bowels need the help, you should aim to get about 25 grams of fiber per day. High-fiber foods help maintain gastrointestinal health as well as ward off constipation. Other high-fiber foods can help, too, such as whole-grain bread, beans, and fiber-rich broccoli, peas, cauliflower, apples, and strawberries. If you don't like yogurt, and you're feeling gassy, Lactobacillus GG is available in capsule form, too.