I was wondering, if I am able to dissolve enough Vitamn E when having extreme diarrheal. When I take the enema, an hour later or so it may be that I have to run to toilet.
Also I just read following:
Insoluble fiber is a coarse material that does not dissolve in water. It is a roughage. It helps:
Prevent Constipation: Insoluble fiber should be taken with enough water. It swells and softens the stool and stimulates the intestinal muscles to relieve constipation.
Prevent Intestinal Disorders: Insoluble fiber reduces pressure in the intestine by increasing the movement of food through the intestine.
Prevent Intestinal Cancer: Increasing the bulk and speed of food moving through the intestinal tract reduces time for harmful substances to build in intestine. This may help prevent cancer of the colon.
Soluble Fiber Foods ~ the Basis of the IBS Diet
As a general rule, the grain and cereal foods at the top of this list make the safest, easiest, and most versatile soluble fiber foundations for your meals and snacks.
Pasta and noodles
Fresh white breads such as French or sourdough (NOT whole wheat or whole grain)*
Squash and pumpkins
Avocados (though they do have some fat)
Papayas (also digestive aids that relieve gas and indigestion)
*Please choose a baked-daily, high quality, preservative-free brand. White bread does not mean Wonder.
Why is soluble fiber so special? Because unlike any other food category, it soothes and regulates the digestive tract, stabilizes the intestinal contractions resulting from the gastrocolic reflex, and normalizes bowel function from either extreme. That's right – soluble fiber prevents and relieves BOTH diarrhea and constipation. Nothing else in the world will do this for you.