Piles are mostly known by the name Haemorrhoids. They provide real discomfort to the point that someone can hardly sit and when he/she does they are so sour that you are hardly able to speak.

Piles are the swollen and itchy varicose veins in the rectum or anus.

They are caused by frequent constipation and unclear bowel movement.

It is also caused due to extensive pressure at the veins during pregnancy or delivery.

It has been found that about 70 to 80% of the adult population worldwide is affected by piles at some point in their lifetime. Though piles are not very serious health conditions, they cause itching, uneasiness, and bleeding.

The good news is that they are solutions that can attenuate and in many cases cure piles. The most promising of these are related to simple consumption of healthy foods (which we should all do anyway).

The other good news is related to the fact that if you eat regular healthy food and do regular exercise, you should be able to prevent piles.

In the most extreme conditions, while piles become so painful, then there is almost no way one can remove these without going through surgery. The earlier you aim to eat healthy food and doing some regular exercise, the less likely you’ll face the need for surgery.

Magic Foods That Can Cure Piles

It is important to try and catch any Haemorrhoids at their start. Usually one can feel the beginning of Haemorrhoids when feeling a mild itching at the rectum. When you feel itchy at the anus, then this is an early sign and symptoms of the start of a piles condition.

So it is advisable to take precautions when any of these initial discomfort conditions at the rectum start.

What you should do in this case is changing your food habits. This is the most effective step to control piles but also to prevent them. Below is a brief list of foods that can help you in preventing piles.

Oats to prevent piles

oats to fight piles

Nothing is healthier for piles than starting the day with a bowl of oats and milk.

Oats are an excellent source of soluble fiber and vitamins. Soluble fiber when in contact with water forms a gel-like structure. The gel end result makes the bowel (the source of pain when under a pile’s bad reaction) smooth and soft and it easily passes out of the rectum.

Remember, it is important to soak the oats in water before consuming so that it is easily digested in the stomach. If not, it is like you’re doing nothing.

Adding fruits with oats and milk makes it more nutritious and fibrous which helps to keep piles away even further. You can even add juice instead of milk if you prefer, but milk is always a good choice.

Papaya to prevent piles

Papaya to fight pilesPapaya is one of the most popular fruit in Asia.  This fruit is well known amongst the locals for its properties.

They are consumed to first prevent constipation and second ease bowel movement (exactly what you need if you are a victim of piles).

Papaya is also a fantastic storehouse of vitamins and minerals. It contains a large amount of protein-digestive enzyme papain along with other active compounds that provide relief from constipation.

Some studies even describe that unripe green papaya contains more papain enzymes than ripe papaya.

So when shopping gets a mixture of both.

A good way of eating papaya is by adding unripe papaya to your salad.

It is a refreshing fruit and a great idea if you want to get rid of piles.

Here you are mixing the pleasure of eating with the remedy you’ve been looking for.

Legumes to prevent piles

Legumes to prevent piles

Legumes are amongst the greatest source of natural and healthy fiber. They help in digestion and ease constipation.

Legumes like beans and lentils not only contain a high amount of protein but also fiber. So eating is really good for your health.

Protein furnishes the body with nutrition that your body needs while fiber aids in the digestion process.

Recent research demonstrated that eating approximately 25 to 30 g of fiber per day helps to ease bowel movement! If you reduce bowel movements, then you are on the mend as it also lowers the pains related to piles.

A good idea would be to make lentil soups at dinner. You could then have a snack on boiled lentils instead of oily unhealthy foods. If you do so, then you are on the mend again. This is the best solution if you want to stay away from piles.

Yogurt to fight piles

Papaya yogurt to fight piles

Since ancient times, yogurt has been known to help digestion. It is one of the best effective home remedies to ease digestive problems.

Nowadays all of the big yogurt companies have understood the benefits that yogurt can bring to our health and a lot of marketing is being done to get us to drink specialized digestive type yogurts.

Eating yogurts reduce pain associated with intestinal gas and indigestion.

In Asia, a good example of this yogurt culture if found in India. Indians have a habit to take yogurt with meals so that the meal is easily digested.

Some example dishes like raita and buttermilk are constantly being served with meals. These have been found to help in digesting heavy meals.

Looking closer at Yogurts, one should know that they contain probiotic bacteria. These are Bifidus and lactobacillus. Other bacteria are found in yogurts, but these two play an important role in controlling piles by helping to digest the foods and easing bowel movements.

It is highly recommended to consume yogurts that display “live, active culture” as ingredients.


Now it is back to you. You have the solutions, you just need to apply these in your life;



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