- 21 Oct
How To Find Diverticulitis Relief
Find Diverticulitis Relief
The disease diverticulitis causes individuals to experience a range of symptoms that can disrupt daily activities. Pain in the lower abdomen is a common symptom. Individuals can also experience vomiting, fevers, changes in bowel habits and feeling sick to the stomach. As you age, you are more likely to suffer from diverticulitis, typically starting at the age of 40. Approximately half of the population between 60 and 80 years has diverticular disease, from which diverticulitis manifests
But we have good news. There are steps you can take to mitigate symptoms and experience diverticulitis relief. The 100 percent all-natural, organic supplement A.M.P. FLORACEL® alleviates symptoms of diverticulitis, along with other gastrointestinal problems. By utilizing the healing agent found in Aloe Vera, A.M.P. FLORACEL® strengthens the good bacteria found throughout your digestive tract while also decreasing inflammation and infections and eliminating ulcerations in your digestive tract.
In addition to taking A.M.P. FLORACEL®, another proactive step for achieving diverticulitis relief is to alter and monitor your diet. Your doctor might recommend a low-residue diet—less than 10 grams of fiber a day—while you are suffering from symptoms.
Accepted foods that fall under the low-residue diet include plain cereals like Rice Krispies, Cheerios and Cornflakes; white rice; refined pasta; enriched fine white breads; cantaloupe; honeydew; grapes; watermelon; cucumber; eggplant; mushrooms; and potatoes (without skin). You should avoid whole grains, raw and dried fruits, berries, vegetables from in the cruciferous family (broccoli, cabbage, kale, etc.), and alcohol. Meats and proteins appropriate for low-residue diets are fish, eggs and tender meat. You should not eat nuts and seeds and avoid consuming alcohol.
Once symptoms have lessened, begin incorporating high-fiber foods back into your diet in order to prevent future diverticulitis attacks. These foods include raspberries, apples with skin, pears with skin, whole wheat or multi-grain bread, air-popped popcorn, a variety of beans, broccoli and almonds. Tangerines, peaches, carrots, squash and potatoes are also great sources of fiber.
A.M.P. FLORACEL® helps get your Diverticulitis disease under control. Your life should be defined by your actions and choices, not your disease. All-natural, organic supplements will bring Diverticulitis relief.