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12-09-2017, 10:03 PM   #1
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What To Eat With Diverticulitis

With more and more people being diagnosed with diverticulitis every year, the focus is on the diverticulitis diet and how to avoid flare-ups. Here are some simple, soothing and natural ways to cope. Reprinted from EmaxHealth.

Fast When You Have A Diverticulitis Flare Up

When you have a flare-up of diverticulitis it is important to fast. With the body not focusing on its digestive processes, your body will be free to do its healing work. Liquids only preferably ginger water is incredibly healing during a diverticulitis flare. What is more, ginger is a powerful antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory and nerve-calming spice that can ease diverticular pain fast. Steep freshly sliced and peeled ginger in boiling water for 15 minutes, then allow it to cool a bit. You can sip ginger water throughout the day to decrease inflammation and calm discomfort.Turmeric is another potent and pain-relieving anti-inflammatory that works well along with ginger during a flare-up.

After Fast.
White potatoes
Sweet potatoes
Wild blueberries
Citrus fruits
Papaya
Coconut yogurt
Avocado
Apples
Banana
Aloe water
Coconut water
Lettuce (all types)
Leafy greens
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