What to eat when you are constipated ?

Our bad alimentary habits can lead to some Health's troubles. Constipation is one of them. This is a bloated or heavy feeling that a person may experience when suffering from indigestion. It is very embarrassing moment. Impossible to eat properly nor to drink easily. If not treated quickly, it can lead to serious complications and in some cases even death. If you are constipated and are looking for adequate and effective solutions to feel better, this is for you. Vegetables and fruit These foods are known for their low-calorie content and their ability to aid digestion. For this, you can favour vegetables such as cabbage, cucumber, spinach or asparagus. For more ideas on what vegetables to eat, click here  Lettuce leaves are also recommended in case of constipation, as they promote transit and thus contribute to digestion. As far as fruit is concerned, all are good. Papaya, oranges, grapefruit or mango will help you eliminate stools more easily. Cerea... See more

Mexico to use trade deal to ensure its workers in the US have access to the vaccine

Mexico, in a statement released on Wednesday, says it will invoke the labor section of the free trade agreement signed with the United States last year, to make sure that its workers in the US have access to the COVID-19 vaccine regardless of their immigration status. Foreign affairs secretary says the exclusion of Mexican workers from vaccination efforts is a violation of the trade agreement  Foreign Affairs Secretary Marcelo Ebrard said in a statement that the exclusion of any Mexican workers from vaccination programs would be considered a violation of the trade agreement.   “It is an established right that the worker must not be exposed to infection. It is also a responsibility of each of the countries to guarantee that all workers, independently of their immigration status, receive the vaccine,” Ebrard added.   Immigrant workers’ access to the vaccine became an issue in Mexico last week following Nebraska Governor Pete Rickett reply to whether immigrants without papers wo... See more