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Which supplements can cause constipation?
Find out which supplements can cause constipation, including iron, calcium, protein powders and drinks and others. ConsumerLab.com's answer explains.
Which supplements can help treat constipation?
Find out which supplements can help for constipation, including fiber, flaxseed, probiotics, and magnesium.
Can turmeric or curcumin with black pepper extract cause constipation? I had this problem, but it resolved when I switched to a curcumin supplement without piperine (black pepper extract).
Learn more about black pepper extract, why it is added to turmeric/curcumin supplements, and if it can cause gastrointestinal effects.
After taking a curcumin supplement, I started getting chronic diarrhea which went away when I stopped taking it. Can curcumin supplements cause diarrhea?
Learn more about the side effects of curcumin supplements, including diarrhea and other gastrointestinal discomfort.
Do any supplements help for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)?
IBS supplements may help reduce irritable bowel symptoms such as pain, diarrhea and constipation. Supplements include probiotics, melatonin, and flaxseed.
What are the health benefits of manuka honey, and is it safe?
Manuka honey health benefits, how it differs from common, store-bought honey, safety, evidence for using manuka honey for wounds, sore throat and cough, constipation and more.
Are there supplements I should take, or take differently, when intermittent fasting?
Supplements that may help when intermittent fasting. Information about whey protein, CoQ10, magnesium and others, plus coffee, fiber and more.
What are the side effects of magnesium supplements?
Info on magnesium supplement side effects, such as stomach upset, nausea and diarrhea. Learn about magnesium dosage, safety and drug interactions. ConsumerLab.com answer explains.
What is the best form of iron supplement?
Find out the best form of iron (such as ferrous glycinate, rerrous bisglycinate, ferrous sulfate and others) to take as a supplement, which form is best-absorbed and least likely to cause stomach upset. ConsumerLab.com's answer explains.
Does magnesium cause diarrhea? Are some forms less likely to cause loose stools than others?
Could your magnesium supplement be causing diarrhea? Find out why the dose of magnesium in your supplement matters, and which forms of magnesium are less likely to cause diarrhea ConsumerLab.com's answer explains.
As vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin, why is it necessary to take it every day?
Find out how best to take vitamin D supplements, including cautions on overdoses.