Diverticulitis Diet and Recipes
Although they sound familiar, treatment options for diverticulosis and diverticulitis are quite different. For example, treatment for diverticulitis may involve surgery, or antibiotics followed with clear liquid or low residue diet, while treatment for diverticulosis usually may only involve dietary modifications towards a greater consumption of fiber.
Recent Articles on Diet and Diverticulitis
Consider trying some of these non-invasive methods to get your diverticulitis under control.
Try the Calming Blends tea for every stage of your Diverticulitis or Diverticulosis diet therapy.
“For the past 3 years, I have had bouts of Diverticulitis, some mild attacks and many severe. My doctor advised that I try this tea as part of my diet plan. All I can say is this tea works. On a 0 to 10 pain scale, my pain has reduced from 8 to 2. Thank you Calming Blends!!!”
Pauline T. (Boston MA)
“I like the tea and it may have saved me from a blockage! Lots of pain and I used 2 tsps. and drank 2 cups a day. Now I use 1 tsp. and maintain a balance. Doc put me on an antibiotic and she thinks the tea may have helped prevent a more serious condition. I’m convinced.”
Bonnie P. (St. Johns, AZ)