Flaxseed

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Flaxseed isn’t the most common food item found in a grocery story, but if you’re suffering from the irritating symptoms of piles, then you should consider adding it to your daily diet. Flaxseed not only delivers a high concentration of dietary fiber, but also a significant amount of omega-3 fatty acids. The dietary fiber in flaxseed helps to bind stool and stimulate peristaltic motion, resulting in smooth bowel movements, while the omega-3 fatty acids function as natural anti-inflammatory compounds. For gut health, flaxseed is a one-two punch!

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