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    Digestion Issues
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    determined1988 posted:
    In my early 20s i found that I have a hard time going #2. It used to be that I ate fast foods and thats when I started notice the issue. But now I am 26 and I can only go twice a week, I eat a lot of food so I should be going on a daily basis, Normally I can take a wormwood juice and I can go to the bathroom each time, I also use Dr. Schultz's pills Indigestion #2, I think, and that's the only time I can go somewhat decently. I am assuming that this may be because I don't eat healthy and/or I'm not getting enough fiber. Does anyone have any idea what's going on? Are there certain foods I should be trying to eat?
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    georgiagail responded:
    Increasing the fiber may help. But not everyone has a bowel movement on a daily basis.

    Gail


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