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Arrowroot powder is a starch made from the roots of the arrowroot plant. As a gluten-free substitute for flour, it is used in many recipes. It is known to boost immunity and to reduce pain associated with diarrhea. Mixed with tea tree oil, it can treat athlete's foot. This powder also doubles as a natural dry shampoo and body powder.
To relieve constipation, opt for fiber-rich foods and increase your fluid intake. Berries, unpeeled apples or pears, avocado, leafy greens, squash, whole-grain cereals, brown rice, and rye bread are natural laxatives. Additionally, resistant starches cooked and cooled potatoes or green bananas help too.
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To ride over menopause smoothly, stick to a nutrient-rich diet and steer clear of junk foods that can degrade your health. Consume foods rich in starch (brown rice, boiled potatoes), calcium (low-fat milk, yogurt), protein (legumes, fish, egg whites), and vitamins (carrots, kiwi, spinach). Abstain from caffeine, spices, alcohol, sugars, processed foods, excess salt, and saturated fats (red meat, fried foods).
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