The Weet-Bix guide to constipation relief

weet bix cereal

Weet-Bix is an Australian cereal that comes in the form of unsweetened 97% whole grain biscuits. I used to hate the stuff when I was a kid, but strangely enough, love it to bits now. I can eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner and I suggest you do the same to combat opiate induced constipation.

weet bix cereal prep

The Weet-Bix guide to constipation can resolve any constipation problems after a couple of days on this diet. You will require:

1. Weet-Bix cereal
2. Fresh milk
3. Swiss muesli (optional)


weet bix cereal biscuits

1. Use a large cereal bowl and fill it up with four (4) Weet-Bix biscuits

weet bix cereal muesli

2. Pour Swiss muesli over it until cereal bowl is nearly full

weet bix cereal layer

3. Take two (2) more Weet-Bix biscuits and layer it on top

weet bix cereal milk

4. Fill bowl with fresh milk

weet bix cereal done

The Swiss muesli I use has dried fruits, nuts, oats and bran and is “an excellent source of fiber”. I layer it with the Weet-Bix for taste and texture (the fruits adds natural sweetness and the oats and nuts gives it the texture) as well as giving the mixture additional fiber.

weet bix cereal end

The amount of fresh milk to add is to taste – add more if you like wet mushy cereal, add less if you like oatmeal consistency cereal. Soy milk can be substituted on a 1:1 ratio with milk for a more watery consistency.

It really is an excellent source of fiber (and it’s delicious too). You should be able to resolve any opiate induced constipation problems after several days on the Weet-Bix muesli diet. πŸ™‚


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