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Eat fiber, drink water

A diet low in fiber and liquid and high in fats can contribute to constipation. Fiber absorbs water. That helps stools to be larger, softer, and easier to pass. Many people with constipation can solve the problem by eating more fiber-rich foods and drinking more water.  …

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