Split peas are one of the highest sources of fiber, which is recommended during diverticulosis. This soup is blended so it has a creamy texture. See more Soup recipes.
This recipe is high in fiber and lean protein, which is beneficial for people with diverticulitis. It is also low in saturated fat and added sugar.Additionally, steaming the vegetables is a great way to cook them without added fats and oils.
The best time to make this is when the summer vegetables are in season, however, it can be enjoyed anytime of the year.
This breakfast wrap is packed with protein, fiber and flavor.
This dish is a healthier alternative to traditional stir-fry and the brown rice has more fiber than white rice.
This sauce which is in a bean base, provides lots of fiber and a creamy texture to the tortellini.
This easy to make smoothie can be made with any seasonal fruit…peaches, pineapples, mangoes, bananas.
This salad is so versatile, it can be made with chicken instead of tuna and any variety of leafy green besides arugula. The beans can be of your choice as well since beans provide lots of fiber.
An easy recipe with ingredients that most people have handy.
This recipe is versatile in that you can substitute chicken for the turkey and you can substitute any vegetables you have handy. It is an easy one pot meal and so delicious.