Food Not To Eat With Diverticulitis - The Best Way To Treat It

Foods To Avoid With Diverticulitis

Diverticulitis is a situation, which results in bulging out of the inner layer of the large intestine of the patient. Initially there are no symptoms that indicate the disease, but it is observed that people from the age of 50 start developing diverticulitis and by the age of 90 virtually everyone suffers from it. Initially there are no apparent symptoms, but if the problem persists it will result great discomfort.

The best way to avoid or cure this is to stay away from foods that are known to cause problems and to eat only those food items that are helpful in digestion and leave less pressure on the colon, like high fiber food. This will help regular and complete eradication of waste from the body hence reducing the causes and symptoms of diverticulitis.

So if fiber is introduced into the daily food intake and a diverticulitis balanced diet for diverticulitis is followed, the effects and symptoms of the disease can be lessened. If the problem becomes intense, there are treatments in which antibiotics are given to the patient to reduce and clean up the infection and inflammation.

As far as precautions or natural treatment is concerned, along with fiber at least 1.5 liters of water intake is also important. If you want to know about food not to eat with acute diverticulitis symptoms, you should avoid eating whole grain food products, dry fruits, fruit juice with pulp, raw food items, and crunchy peanut butter and to sum it up any food product that contain nuts and seeds which are hard to digest.

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Jennitasia 7 years ago from Arkansas

My mother deals with this issue. Thanks for the update.


HelpForIBS 5 years ago

The diet for diverticulosis is very similar to the diet for IBS. There is comprehensive Irritable Bowel Syndrome diet information and hundreds of IBS friendly recipes, from the groundbreaking Eating for IBS diet plan, that is celebrating over 10 years of success. The Eating for IBS diet plan has been the best-selling IBS book in North America since 2000 and is excerpted on the Help For IBS website here http://www.helpforibs.com/diet/


Nutritionist Chris 4 years ago

Agree. Diets generally that use whole foods and raw ingredeint where possible generally do favour most conditions, especially those issuse of the digestive system.

For other sources of lists of allergen foods see

http://www.foodstoavoidwithibs.org

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