Encopresis Treatment – Part 2
If you haven’t already done so, I suggest you read the first part of encopresis treatment here before reading on. I’ll also provide some things that will further assist you to heal the body in my article Encopresis Treatment – Part Three.
Avoid Toxic Treatment
Taking substances that are toxic to the body, such as paraffin oil, are not a good option. You only have to read the pack to see that paraffin oil is potentially fatal.
This encopresis treatment I recommend below is a great alternative to Parachoc or Movicol that are generally prescribed by doctors who don’t have a clue about toxic substances and a natural, safe alternative.
You want to heal your child in the most gentle way possible.
Additionally, too much of the Parachoc type medications may cause diarrhea. Thereby you will still think your child has encopresis when in actual fact it is the toxic substance that is causing diarrhea. (why do I always struggle with how to spell diarrhea? Haha.)
Dealing with Encopresis Naturally
The great news is that there is a natural method to use for encopresis treatment and I share it with you here.
You should start to see results within 2 weeks. So persist with this and feel confident that you can get this sorted out using my juice and food changes method.
Alternatively, if you are not sure if encopresis treatment is what you need then you might like to have read of my food intolerance symptoms article here.
I cannot stress enough the importance too of removing all additives and preservatives from your family’s diet. Sue Dengate has written books such as Fed Up which will assist you to have a calmer, happier and healthier family.
This will make a huge difference along with the other recommendations stated in my next part to this article Encopresis Treatment – Part Three.
Here is the easy recipe for encopresis treatment:
- 6 x organic raw beetroot
- 3 x organic medium carrots with ends chopped off but leave peel on
- 6 x organic apples (or 8 if small)
- 1 x 1/4 cup Yacon Syrup (optional but a great prebiotic so very good for the bowel)
- 1 x tablespoon pure apple cider vinegar
Peel the beetroot, cut carrots in 1/2 both length ways and width so they fit into your juicer and cut apple into quarters so they too fit into your juicer.
Then in a juicer (I have a cold press juicer – here is one I recommend), juice the beetroot, carrot and then apples.
Stir in the yacon, apple cider vinegar and dark agave.
Pure apple cider vinegar is a fantastic healer for the body and a ferment which is great for the bowel for good bacteria and thereby assisting with leaky gut syndrome.
By adding it to the icy pop, it is hard to taste and this makes it easier for those children that do not like the flavor of pure apple cider vinegar. I know I don’t like it but I drink it regardless.
How Often to Give the Icy-pops
Give your child one before breakfast and one before dinner. Keep this going, along with my other recommendations in Encopresis Treatment – Part One and Encopresis Treatment – Part Three and you will see results.
If you have any juice mix left over after filling the icy pop containers then see if your child will drink it as a juice over the next day or two or have it yourself.
It’s better to consume quickly than leave in the fridge due to oxidation.
The beetroot is especially powerful for softening the stool, apple juice and carrot juice to activate the bowel and get things moving along and you will see your child start to use the toilet on a daily basis.
If your child is using the toilet twice a day, then even better.
Please leave a comment below and let others know about your positive results using my encopresis treatment and also subscribe to my email to learn more about using food to heal (subscribe box on right side bar).
You can read the last part of this three part article by clicking here. Also, I’d love for you to share my article so others who need this information will benefit.
You can share my article by clicking on the buttons under this article.
Thanks and I appreciate your support in return.Your News On Food brought to you by Eileen Baudinette Food and Health Commentator. © 2012 thenewsonfood.com ———————–
I’m no medical expert and information contained on this blog is written through my own experience with the aim of furthering your education on health. It is your responsibility as to how you use this information and I cannot be held liable for any misinterpretation or misuse of the information provided.