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Beware this common food additive causing constipation

The stomach is a massive, hollow muscle.

It churns food together with acids and enzymes to break it down and extract nutrients.

The stomach should work quickly…When it doesn’t, things slow down.

You become constipated and gut bacteria start to poison your body.

This gut bacteria can cause everything from obesity to heart disease.

It’s critical to keep things moving.

But almost everyone is constipated these days.

And some common food additives play a large role in these problems.

They’re called gums.

They’re actually fibers extracted from nuts and seeds, and they slow down your stomach – a lot.

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The human research was carried out at the University of Lund in Sweden. The paper was published in BMC Gastroenterology.

Have you ever heard of locust bean gum?

Sounds tasty, right? (Not.)

It’s actually a pretty common additive in processed foods.

It is also labeled as carob gum, carob bean gum, carobin, and E410.

This gum is added to foods for many different reasons.

Most often it is added as a thickening agent.

It is used to give food a fake texture that is more pleasing in the mouth.

But the food scientists that create these things in the lab often don’t test out their safety profiles properly.

So researchers at the University of Lund in Sweden carried out an experiment to see the effect of this gum on the workings of the stomach.

These researchers were interested in something called gastric emptying.

Gastric emptying tests look at how quickly the stomach works and how long food stays in the stomach.

“We investigated if the gastric emptying in healthy subjects could be influenced by adding locust bean gum, a widely used thickening agent, into a semi-solid meal.”

The researchers recruited 15 men and women for the study.

All the participants took part in 3 separate experiments.

In every experiment the participants ate about 11 ounces of rice pudding.

In one case they ate just normal rice pudding.

On another day they ate rice pudding with some water added.

On another day they ate the same rice pudding but with some locust bean gum worked into the meal.

Later on the participants had ultrasound scans – the same scans doctors use to examine fetuses in the womb.

Except this time the scans looked at the contents of the stomach.

The ultrasound scans were able to determine whether food moved more or less quickly from the stomach.

“Gastric emptying of these three test meals were evaluated in fifteen healthy volunteers using ultrasound measurements to estimate the gastric emptying rate.”

The researchers expected the addition of gum to increase gastric emptying time – which would have been a good thing.

But the results showed quite the opposite.

This gum slowed the stomach down – increasing the likelihood of constipation.

“Adding locust bean gum resulted in significantly lower gastric emptying rates.”

Adding this common “thickening agent” slowed the stomach down compared with a plain meal of rice pudding.

The researchers found 4 ounces of water had no effect on the stomach.

“We conclude that the addition of locust bean gum to a nutrient semisolid meal has a major impact on gastric emptying by delaying the emptying rate, but that the addition of water to this test meal has no influence on gastric emptying in healthy subjects.”

Constipation itself can be an extremely troublesome problem – but the side effects are even more concerning.

Constipation leads to poisoning from the digestive tract…

…because it causes more dangerous bacteria to leak from the gut and into the rest of the body.

I’ve written about this bacteria many times before.

It’s often called endotoxin, and it causes obesity, type II diabetes, cardiovascular disease, prostate problems, and depression.

There are many ways to deal with constipation – but first make sure that you’re not eating things which cause constipation.

Look out for gums on food packaging and avoid them.

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The Addition of Locust Bean Gum but Not Water Delayed the Gastric Emptying Rate of a Nutrient Semisolid Meal in Healthy Subjects