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Learn how you can treat — and prevent — diverticulosis and diverticulitis…and enjoy renewed colon health!

Find out the “don’t wait” secrets to a lifetime of digestive wellness!


	

 	In Diverticulosis and Diverticulitis you’ll discover:
✓	the four symptoms that mean get medical care NOW!
✓	the one food substitution that can lower diverticulitis risk 20%!
✓	the nut with three times more fiber than almonds
✓	what to ask your doctor before taking a fiber supplement
✓	the drink that can keep you regular — even if it’s decaf!
✓	the best time to exercise for maximum digestive benefit
✓	19 foods that can speed recovery from diverticulitis
	 


Dear Reader,
You know it’s not indigestion. This abdominal pain is different. It is sharp and distinct. You don’t know where it came from. You do know you want it to go away.
Call it a “gut reaction.”
As we age, weaker areas of our colons can develop pea-sized pouches called diverticula. That’s diverticulosis. Diverticulitis occurs when a pouch becomes inflamed or infected, triggering abdominal pain, cramping, nausea. Diverticulitis can cause a hole in your colon that could lead to a life-threatening condition called peritonitis.
Discover the treatments that bring relief and prevent recurrence.
In this downloadable report, Harvard doctors will brief you on the four defining symptoms of diverticulitis and the one essential diagnostic test. You’ll learn the best steps to reduce stress on your digestive system, resolve complications, and speed recovery.
You can end the agony and anxiety of diverticulitis — starting now!
When it comes to your colon, help starts at the top. Adding select foods can dramatically lessen the strain on your digestive system and preclude the formation of diverticula. You may know that fiber is key, but to unlock its fullest benefits, you need to know more. With this new report you will!
The foods to choose for optimal digestive health!
In the Guide you’ll learn easy ways to introduce more fiber to your diet. You’ll read why you need to add both soluble and insoluble fiber to maximize its digestive benefits. And you’ll find the 23 foods — from nuts and berries to grains and greens — that deliver the most fiber per serving.
Plus more steps and strategies to keep your digestive system at its best!
The Guide shares exercises that will keep your digestive system running smoothly. You’ll find tips for maintaining regularity without laxatives...the role of probiotics and fiber supplements... and more.
You can lower your risk of diverticulitis. You can do it effectively. You can do it successfully. Don’t wait. Order your copy of this informative and empowering report today!
	

 	In Diverticulosis and Diverticulitis you’ll discover:
✓	the four symptoms that mean get medical care NOW!
✓	the one food substitution that can lower diverticulitis risk 20%!
✓	the nut with three times more fiber than almonds
✓	what to ask your doctor before taking a fiber supplement
✓	the drink that can keep you regular — even if it’s decaf!
✓	the best time to exercise for maximum digestive benefit
✓	19 foods that can speed recovery from diverticulitis
	 



Reference 
Harvard Health Publishing
Harvard Medical School 
Link:
https://www.health.harvard.edu/?utm_source=delivra&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=OG20230206-Diverticulitis&utm_id=4800917&dlv-emuid=bff6274f-3d4d-4a2b-866d-3a268afeb5cc&dlv-mlid=4800917

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