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Fiber aids laxation and regularity by making stools larger, softer, and easier to pass.
A: Insoluble is thought to be more effective for laxation than soluble, but there's some data on oat bran being pretty darn effective even though it's soluble.
In a 2011 Cochrane Collaboration Review on the use of laxatives in opioid pain patients (palliative care) they reported there have been no randomized clinical trials on any laxative that evaluated laxation response rates, patient tolerability and acceptability.
We know that insoluble fibers like wheat bran are good for stool weight and laxation and soluble fibers like pectin aren't," explains the University of Minnesota's Joanne Slavin.
We expect that the clinical trial results, along with our recent introduction of two new products, Pro- Stat(R) Advanced Wound Care formula and Fiber-Stat(TM) laxation liquid with FOS, will contribute nicely to our future sales.
GI Stasis in Critical Care Patients: Rescue with Methylnaltrexone and Influence on Laxation, Enteral Feeding and Residual Gastric Volume"
We also introduced two exciting new products during the quarter: Fiber-Stat(TM) laxation liquid with FOS, and Pro-Stat(R) Advanced Wound Care formula, both of which we expect will contribute nicely to our future sales.
Significantly more patients on study drug experienced laxation within two and four hours compared to those on placebo (33% versus 0%, [p<0.
It is important to add more fiberful foods to the diet to reduce the risk of heart disease and promote healthful laxation," says Joanne Slavin, Ph.
In the October Highlights section, the third sentence in the second bullet should read xxx Significantly more patients on study drug experienced laxation within two and four hours compared to those on placebo (33% versus 0%, [p<0.
Dietary fiber is the edible parts of plants or analogous carbohydrates that are resistant to digestion and absorption in the human small intestine with complete or partial fermentation in the large intestine; dietary fiber includes polysaccharides, oligosaccharides, lignin, and associated plant substances; dietary fibers promote beneficial physiological effects including laxation, and/or blood cholesterol attenuation, and/or blood glucose attenuation.