Fruit has fiber, and fiber helps your body form and pass poop.
Fiber does not give you nutrients as it passes through your digestive system, but this tough, indigestible material helps other food move along. Fiber contributes to healthy digestion by making your stool large, soft and moisture-rich, which lets you pass it as easily as possible. Small pieces of dry feces, which are common with constipation, are hard and painful to pass. Eating at least 25 g of fiber per day if you are a woman or 38 g if you are a man prevents this issue, according to the Institute of Medicine. – LiveStrong
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