How to make bowel-healthy food swaps
When it comes to eating foods that are good for your bowel, fibre is the key ingredient.
Fibre helps keep everything moving through your digestive system, making your bowel movements more regular and keeping your poo healthy.
Eating foods high in fibre can also help you stay fuller for longer, so can help you to maintain a healthy weight.
You can even swap red meat in some of your favourite recipes for high-protein beans and legumes.
Try using chick peas or kidney beans instead of minced beef in chilli, or use green lentils as a delicious, and cheap, alternative to beef in a spaghetti bolognese.
Make sure you get your five portions of fruit and vegetables a day too, and drink around two litres of water every day.