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Diverticulitis and Diverticulosis


Diverticulosis or diverticular disease and diverticulitis are related digestive conditions that affect the large intestine (colon). Diverticulosis is a condition characterized by balloon-like bulges, sacs or pouches extending outward from the intestinal walls. When these sacs develop inflammation, the condition is known as diverticulitis. Only a small percentage of people with diverticulosis ever go on to develop diverticulitis, however. Both conditions are direct consequences of the standard American diet (SAD) and are virtually non-existent among peoples around the world whose diet consists of whole foods, with a focus on fruits and vegetables, which provide an abundant supply of healthy and necessary fiber.!
  • Diverticulosis is usually not accompanied by any obvious symptoms. However, people with this condition commonly have pieces of fecal matter lodged into the sacs of the colon, where they stagnate and can cause a build-up of toxins. There can sometimes be lower abdominal pain. Symptoms of diverticulitis are much more noticeable, and can range from gripping abdominal pain, excessive gas, sluggish elimination, constipation, diarrhea and mucus in the stools. In certain cases, the pain can be great and mimic that of appendicitis, and is often linked to IBS, irritable bowel syndrome.

  • The primary cause of both diverticulosis and diverticulitis is a poor diet that is lacking in fresh fruits and vegetables and other fiber-rich foods. Other causes can include food allergies, lack of exercise, “leaky gut” syndrome, and pharmaceutical drugs.

    Poor Diet: An unhealthy diet is the primary cause of both conditions. Such a diet is high in commercially processed foods, refined carbohydrates, and foods with additives and unhealthy fats, such as hydrogenated and trans fats. The majority of oils found on the grocery store shelves are chemically extracted or synthetic, and none are actually safe to consume with the exception of extra virgin olive oil, that is best if purchased in dark glass bottles. To find healthy consumable oils, one must shop outside of conventional grocery stores at health food stores, where a wide variety of healthy options can be found. Typical foods found in grocery stores contain an abundance of chemical additives and preservatives, while lacking adequate amounts of fiber. Eating a diet such as this, not only places a great burden on the gastrointestinal tract, it can also result in serious nutritional deficiencies. All of these factors, combined, can lead to excess acidity in the GI tract, indigestion, poor absorption of food nutrients, “leaky gut” syndrome, a buildup of toxins, and autoimmune reactions.

    Food Allergies: Food allergies, while often overlooked or misdiagnosed by conventional physicians, are another potential cause of diverticulosis and diverticulitis, as well as many other disease conditions. If you suffer from either of these conditions, it is very important that you be tested for food allergies and sensitivities. Common allergy-causing foods include milk and dairy products, wheat, gluten (a component of wheat products), corn, soy, peanuts and chocolate, but any food has the potential to cause food allergies. Often times, the most aggravating foods are ones that are commonly eaten as staples in ones diet, foods you continue to eat over and over. Note that it is common to crave the very foods you are allergic to. Food allergies alone can and frequently are the very cause of serious digestive stress.

    Lack of Exercise: Failure to exercise regularly can result in diminished production of digestive and pancreatic enzymes, as well as hydrochloric acid (HCl), all of which are necessary for healthy gastrointestinal function and which, if lacking, can result in a wide variety of gastrointestinal disorders.

    “Leaky Gut” Syndrome: “Leaky gut” syndrome refers to a condition caused by damage to the intestinal lining, specifically the mucosa. As a result of this damage, undigested food particles, as well as various microorganisms that normally remain within the GI tract pass through the intestines into the bloodstream. This, in turn, causes the immune system to overreact, producing antibodies that attack the cells of the intestines. In addition to GI disorders, “leaky gut” syndrome has also been linked to rheumatoid arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis.

    Pharmaceutical Drugs: The following drugs can all cause and exacerbate various gastrointestinal disorders, including colitis: Accutane, Alka-Seltzer Antacid and Alka-Seltzer Pain Reliever, Anturane, Genuine Bayer Aspirin, Bayer Plus Aspirin, Bayer Regular Strength Enteric Aspirin, Bufferin Analgesic Tablets and Caplets, Ceptaz, Clinoril, Cuprimine, Ecotrin Enteric Coated Aspirin, Feldene, Ilosone, Lamprene, Leukine for IV Infusion, Lopid, Marplan, Meclomen, Novantrone, Paraplatin, Piroxicam, Prokine I.V. Infusion, Retrovir, Rynatuss, Supprelin Injection, Suprax, Ticlid, Tolectin, Toradol IM Injection, Trecator-SC, Trilisate, and Voltaren.

  • As with all diseases this did not happen overnight. The very first thing you must do is see a licensed health professional. Find a list of practitioners in your local area here

    Here are some things you can discuss with your practitioner:

    Health protocols


    • Do the Hydrogen Peroxide Protocol to strengthen the immune system: Click here to find out more
    • Drink 3oz of Colloidal Silver, three or four times a day for 60 days Silver has long been recognised as a powerful natural antibiotic.  Colloidal silver is silver that has been removed electronically from its source and then suspended in water.   It is used to treat a myriad of diseases.


    Hydrotherapy is the application of water, ice, steam and hot and cold temperatures to maintain and restore health. Treatments include full body immersion, steam baths, saunas, sitz baths, colonic irrigation and the application of hot and/or cold compresses. Hydrotherapy is effective for treating a wide range of conditions and can easily be used in the home as part of a self-care program. Many Naturopathic Physicians, Physical Therapists and Day Spas use Hydrotherapy as part of treatment. We suggest several at-home hydrotherapy treatments. Please seek the advice of your alternative health care practitioner before undergoing these procedures to make sure they are appropriate for you.

    • Most of the water that we drink is very acidic and in order to heal our bodies need a more alkaline state.  During the programme drink alkalised water, which you can buy from Real Water , or you can buy a Kangen Unit  – link to buyer?
    • Take a bath as often as possible up to once a day with two litres of 35% food grade Hydrogen Peroxide.

  • Diet:

    An organic based whole foods diet, high in fiber, is essential for reversing both diverticulosis and diverticulitis, and is also the best way to prevent both conditions developing in the first place. Avoid all commercially processed foods, including sugars of all types, even if they are organic. Avoid all refined carbohydrates, the unhealthy fats mentioned above, coffee and other caffeine containing products, sodas, commercial non herbal teas, alcohol, strong spices, and all milk and dairy products. Soy can be a major allergen, so avoid until you are tested for food allergies. Undergo testing for potential food allergies and sensitivities and avoid those foods to which you test positive. In addition, consider a rotation diet or elimination diet in order to further reduce the likelihood of food allergies. Also avoid food that can easily become lodged in intestinal sacs, such as unblended, processed, or roasted nuts and seeds, as well as fruit with small seeds, such as raspberries. Unless these foods are soaked and blended smooth into sauces, smoothies or spreads, they are aggravating to eat in this situation.

    Emphasize a diet rich in organic whole foods, especially plenty of organic, fresh green vegetables and green vegetable drinks. Free-range organic meats and poultry, and wild-caught fish are also recommended. Be sure to drink plenty of pure filtered water throughout the day. Choose organic, raw, virgin coconut butter/oil, which is the preferred oil for cooking and/or baking; and high lignin flax seed oil which can be blended into green juices and smoothies, mixed as salad dressing with olive oil, or drizzled on steamed vegetables or cooked whole grains.

    The Specific Carbohydrate Diet—A dietary approach that has been found to be effective in the majority of diverticulosis and diverticulitis cases is called the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. It was developed by Elaine Gottschall, M.Sc., and is based on the research of the late Sidney V. Haas, M.D., who discovered that most gastrointestinal disorders are caused by an imbalance of carbohydrates in relationship to the microorganisms that naturally occur in the gastrointestinal tract.

    According to Dr. Haas, when this relationship becomes unbalanced, the microorganisms grow uncheck and release toxins, causing malabsorption of food, and especially poor digestion of carbohydrates, a staple of the Western diet. To reverse this trend, Haas, and later, Gottschall developed the strict dietary regimen that comprises the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. Based on her work with hundreds of patients with severe gastrointestinal disorders, Gottschall has found that the diet can yield complete results in as little as three weeks, but only if it is unwaveringly adhered to. Her book, listed below in the Quick Action Plan, is highly recommended, as is her web site. What follows is a quick synopsis of the diet, with our own additions, that stress the use of organic foods.

    Avoid: All processed, smoked or canned meats, breaded or canned fish, seaweed, processed cheeses, seeds, potatoes, yams, parsnips, chick peas, bean sprouts, soybeans, mung beans, fava beans, as well as all cereal grains in any form, including flour. Avoid milk, and all products commercially made from milk, dried milk solids, buttermilk or acidophilus milk, commercially prepared yogurt, sour cream and ice cream. Do not consume soymilk, instant tea, coffee, coffee substitutes, beer, cornstarch, arrowroot, chocolate, carob, bouillon cubes, instant soup bases, any product made with refined sugar, agar-agar, carrageenan, pectin, ketchup, molasses, corn and maple syrup, any flour made from legumes, and baking powder.

    Eat: Fresh or frozen, preferably organic meats, poultry, wild caught fish, organic eggs, organic raw milk and cheeses, homemade yogurt made at low temperatures from raw organic milk, and dry curd cottage cheese. Choose from a wide variety of freshly prepared, preferably organic vegetables. Vegetables and fruits are the main stay of this food plan. Use no canned foods with the exception of salt-free canned red salmon, white albacore tuna or sardines, preferably only on occasion. Daily juicing of fresh green vegetables is an important addition for healing and offers you deep nutritional nourishment. With this and all illness, providing yourself with the most supportive nutritional profile possible is of primary importance.

    Abide by this diet for as long as your symptoms persist. Adherance can be challenging, but maintenance is essential to obtain the desired results.

    Fasting: A water or vegetable juice fast for one to three days is an excellent way to relieve symptoms, especially during acute diverticulitis attacks.


    Useful supplements for both diverticulosis and diverticulitis include B-complex vitamins and vitamin C, as well as probiotics such as acidophilus and Bifidobacteria. Two other highly effective supplements are fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS) and soil-based organisms. FOS is an all-natural carbohydrate microorganism that has been shown by researchers to serve as a fertilizing agent that enables Bifidobacteria to thrive in the large intestine, where it helps to protect against harmful bacteria. Digestive enzymes may also prove to be a valuable addition. Working with an alternative practitioner that uses kinesiology or electral dermal screen testing will help determine if you need enzymes; alternatively, you can try some yourself and see if they make a difference in digesting your meals. Try using hydrochloric acid with all protein based meals, which often offers great relief.

    Soil-based organisms are beneficial microbes found in soil. Taken as a supplement, they go to work to detoxify the gastrointestinal tract while eliminating fungi, molds, parasites, viruses, and yeasts. They also help to improve the absorption of nutrients and both immune and overall cell function, including the production of RNA and DNA. In addition, they act as natural antioxidants.

    Prescription and non-prescription medication:

    What non-prescription and prescription drugs are you taking?  Your non-prescription and prescription are partially the reason that you have this   illness or disease – you need to get off these medications but do so only under the guidance of a licensed health care practitioner.

  • We know that when the body is out of balance, energy doesn’t flow, leading blockages and eventually disease. Here are some things you can do to combat stress and restore balance:

    • Go to a Dr Morter BEST (Bio-Energetic Synchronisation Technique) Practitioner.
    • Sign up for Energetic Re-Balancing: 2 practitioners to consider are:
    • Stephen Lewis, founder of the Aim Program. Find out more by clicking here.
    • Vital Balancing. Find out more by clicking here.
    • Consider using Mary Millers Iching System Products –
    • Try Alphabiotics – a stress relieving treatment see article section for more information on this.
    • Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) has had remarkable results in helping people to overcome eating disorders.  Find a local practitioner here or go to or
    • Reiki healing is very powerful and has achieved some astonishing results in getting to the root of problems and disorders and really healing from within.  It gives the sufferer the feeling that they have overcome the problem themselves and has therefore been found to be very empowering.  Find a local practitioner here
    • Learn to love yourself and stop berating yourself.  What you say to yourself is what you are or what you become.  Watch mindfulness films such as What the Bleep Do We Know and You Can Heal Your Life and start using powerful positive affirmations such as “I take loving care of my body” and “I am ready to change” Say the phrase over and over again until you start to believe them.  Never underestimate the power of your mind.
    • Meditate and allow yourself to be still.  This may be really difficult for you at first but stick with it building up your time slowly.  Often people create an eating disorder in order to fill a void, to stop them from thinking and feeling, and to give them something to focus on.  Try guided meditations to help you to relax and let go of negative programming.

    Quick Action Plan for Diverticulosis and Diverticulitis

    1. We highly recommend you see an alternative health care practitioner to support you in healing.

    2. The SAD diet is a major contributing factor in Diverticulosis and Diverticulitis. A change in diet is essential in order to heal.

    3. Change your diet to avoid all commercially processed foods; eat no fast or refined foods or carbohydrates of any kind; and stop eating sugar completely. In addition, omit caffeine, alcohol and synthetic and processed oils from your diet.

    4. Begin eating a simple diet with an abundant selection of fresh and preferably organic whole foods. Include vegetables, fruits, green juices and quality sources of protein from wild caught fish, New Zealand lamb, bison, organic free range poultry and meat when available, and organic and preferably raw cheese and yogurt.

    5. Consider investing in a quality juicer and making fresh green juices on a regular basis.

    6. Undergo testing for food allergies, using NAET, or Electral dermal screening to find out if there are specific foods triggering your bowel problems and eliminate those foods, giving your body a rest from major irritants. If you intuitively suspect you are allergic to a specific food, stop eating it now.

    7. Consider purchasing the book Breaking the Vicious Cycle: The Specific Carbohydrate Diet by Dr. Haas, and read through her web site,

    8. Make appropriate changes in your lifestyle. If you smoke, quit immediately. Find motivation to move your body everyday; get on and maintain a regular exercise program.

    9. With the support of an alternative doctor, eliminate over the counter medications, especially pain suppressants and prescription and non prescription drugs that might be contributing to your digestive stress.

    10. Consider homeopathy and herbal medicine as an alternative solution.

    11. Self massage and stress reducing techniques can greatly reduce cramping and pain.

    12. Begin a supplement program; using Vitamin C, B complex, probiotics, especially soil based mineral organisms, and digestive enzymes.

  • Ayurvedic Medicine

    We recommend you visit a licensed practitioner to make sure the diagnosis is tailored to you and your symptoms but you may wish to discuss the following:  In order to tonify and cleanse the colon daily, the Ayurvedic formula, Triphala, is recommended for people of all doshas.

    Triphala is a panacea in Ayurveda. It is best known for its gentle laxative effect for the treatment of mild constipation and also helps to tonify the digestive tract, particularly the walls of the colon. It is a balanced formula, helping to eliminate excess doshas and toxins from the body and keeping the digestion and excretory systems functioning smoothly. Triphala works gradually to purify and rejuvenate the digestive tract, thereby increasing the body’s ability to nourish all vital tissues and organs.

    This formula can be taken daily as a tablet or more traditionally in powder form. The best way to make a Triphala tea is to use 1/4 – 1 teaspoon in a cup of hot water and allow it to steep until the powder settles, then drink. Take triphala first thing in the morning or a half hour before bedtime, or both. Take Triphala and notice your stool each day. If there is too much of a laxative effect, decrease the dosage. If you find making the tea inconvenient or if you find the taste to be too unpleasant, triphala tablets are a convenient, highly effective alternative.

    Ayurveda believes that proper elimination is crucial to purifying the body. By supporting this process with Triphala you can maximize digestion and elimination while learning more about the function of the body and moving towards good health.

    Goldenseal, Oregon grape, nutmeg and cumin can also be affective.

    Yoga and meditation can be particularly helpful.

    Traditional Chinese Medicine

    We recommend you consult a licensed practitioner to ensure the treatment is correct for you and your symptoms. But acupuncture has been found to be successful in treating both diverticulosis and divertioculitis. The Chinese herb Schisandra is also good for regulating the digestive system. The usual recommendation is to take 100 mg twice a day for a month to help regulate the bowels but consult your licensed practitioner. Tai Chi and qigong are also excellent for exercising the bowel.


    A mixture of the essential oil of cinnamon and extra virgin olive oil rubbed into the stomach and abdomen can often help to relieve symptoms.

    Homeopathic Medicine

    Useful homeopathic remedies include Belladonna, Bryonia, and Colocynthis.


    The primary herbal remedy recommended by herbalists for both diverticulosis and diverticulitis is known as Robert’s Formula, which consists of comfrey, Echinacea, geranium, goldenseal, and marshmallow root, poke root, slippery elm, and wild indigo. Robert’s Formula can be found online and at well stocked health food stores. For best results, take it in combination with licorice root tea. As your symptoms improve, continue taking Robert’s Formula; in addition, add liquid chlorophyll in the amount indicated on the bottle.

    Other herbs which are helpful include:

    · Mentha piperita is one of the most effective of the mint herbs, has been used for centuries to relieve indigestion, nausea and heartburn. Modern research has demonstrated its effectiveness in soothing the symptoms of diverticulosis, IBS and other digestive disorders. Mentha piperita is widely cultivated for medicinal uses and also has anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmodic properties. It relaxes the muscles of the digestive tract and stimulates the flow of natural digestive juices and bile, thereby assisting healthy digestion.
    · Sutherlandia frutescens (‘Cancer Bush’ or ‘Kankerbossie’) is a medicinal herb exclusively found in Southern Africa and has been used by indigenous people for thousands of years to treat chronic and acute digestive complaints,internal cancers and as a powerful tonic. Recent research has confirmed its adaptogenic properties. Sutherlandia contains a number of highly active compounds, including pinitol, L-canavanine and the amino acid, GABA. L-canavanine is a strong L-argine antagonist that has documented anti-cancer and anti-viral activity.
    · Pelargoneum graveolens (‘maagpyn bossie’ or stomach pain bush) is a traditional medicinal herb used by indigenous people of South Africa. It has a wide variety of uses and is an effective calmative and anti-spasmodic herb, reducing stomach cramps and pain.
    · Matricaria recutita (German Chamomile) – With its daisy like flowers throwing aromatic scents everywhere, this wild herb is found throughout Europe. The essential oil of German chamomile flower contains bisabols, flavonoids and azulenes that give this herb its anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic and muscle relaxing properties. This makes it an excellent remedy for digestive disorders. Bisabol which gives German chamomile anti-inflammatory properties, helps relieve inflammation on the mucous membranes and promotes healing. It’s a good remedy for stomach pains and flatulence.
    · Foeniculum vulgare (fennel) was a favorite herb in medieval times and was used to stop stomach rumbles and colic. It was commonly used after meals to prevent flatulence, indigestion, colic and other digestive problems. Fennel has strong calmative and anti-inflammatory properties.
    · Filipendula ulmaria (Meadowsweet) is an anti-inflammatory, soothing digestive remedy which helps to protect the digestive tract and reduce stomach acid secretions. It is also effective in reducing the pain of digestive disorders and ulcers and is similar in structure to the synthetic drug called acetylsalicylate, or aspirin – without the side effects commonly associated with aspirin.
    · Ulmus fulva (Slippery Elm) is one of the most effective herbs used in reducing digestive pain and irritation, and also protects and soothes the lining of the stomach and digestive tract due to its high mucilage content.



    Hyperthermia involves artificially creating fever in the body for the purpose of boosting immune function. Hyperthermia can be a highly effective method of eliminating toxins and heavy metals, as well as infectious bacteria and viruses that cannot survive in elevated body temperatures. We suggest several at-home hyperthermia treatments. Please seek the advice of your alternative health care practitioner before undergoing these sweat-inducing procedures to make sure they are appropriate for you.

    *Purified water is essential for any hydrotherapy or hyperthermia treatment. The section Remedies for Treating Chlorinated Bath Water offers clear instructions and recommendations.

    Juice Therapy: Useful juice combinations include carrot, celery, beet, and cabbage juice; green juices; and the combined juices of papaya, apple, lemon, and pineapple.

    Lifestyle: If you smoke, stop, and also avoid exposure to second hand cigarette smoke. In addition, learn how to effectively cope with and manage stress. Also engage in a steady exercise program that you can adhere to.

    If you are currently taking aspirin or other NSAIDs, consider replacing them with safer, more effective natural remedies. Painkillers, especially ibuprofen and aspirin can be highly damaging to the digestive track.

    Self Massage: You can work on your own belly, providing yourself with nurturing soothing touch, which can relax the intestinal duress experienced with all types of bowel disorders. A well known technique is, when you wake up every morning, rub your belly nine times in each direction, clockwise and counter clock wise, using the flats of your entire hand. Applying the aromatherapy mixture above or any other soothing oil such as raw virgin coconut butter/oil or apricot or almond oil, can further enhance and extend the time of self massage. If you have painful cramps or gas, try massaging your abdomen in various positions until you find one that provides relief. The tendency is to grip and constrict when you are in pain; the solution is to breathe and relax, and self massage can be an excellent means to relief when uncomfortable.

    Stress Reduction: Stress reduction techniques are often helpful in relieving distress associated with diverticulosis and diverticulitis. Stress reduction techniques are also very helpful for dealing with emotions such as anger, depression, and hopelessness that can exacerbate symptoms. Holistic health practitioners help their patients accomplish stress reduction through the use of various mind/body medicine, such as biofeedback, hypnotherapy, and relaxation exercises. Meditation is another form of stress management that can be highly effective. There are many ways to meditate. One of the easiest is simply to sit comfortably in a chair with your eyes closed as you focus on your breathing. Do this for five to ten minutes twice a day and gradually extend each session to 20 to 30 minutes. To enhance your efforts, concentrate on mentally repeating a peaceful phrase each time that you inhale and exhale, allowing all other thoughts to arise and pass without becoming involved in them. At first, this may seem difficult, but with committed practice you will eventually find yourself able to do so while experiencing greater degrees of calm and peace.

    Rebounding: This is an excellent way of energising the body and renewing cell growth.

    Powdered barley grass juice:   This is nutritious and restores general health.

    Wild yam:  This helps to balance hormones in the body and aids in healthy bowel functions.

    Papaya:  This soothes the digestive tract and aids in digestion.

    Alternative Professional Care

    The following therapies can also help to prevent and relieve diverticulosis and diverticulitis: Acupuncture, Ayurveda, Biofeedback Training and Neurotherapy, Detoxification Therapy, Electro dermal screening, Environmental Medicine, Enzyme Therapy, NAET, Naturopathic Medicine, Osteopathic Medicine, Qigong, Tai Chi, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Yoga. (See Glossary for descriptions of these Alternative Therapies.)

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    Further Information (links and books)

    Diverticulitis Diet Recipes: 36 Tasty & Easy Recipes to Reduce Your Diverticulitis For Good in 30 Days – Naturally by Ann Williams; Diverticulitis Diet by Joan Gomez; The Diverticulitis Cookbook: Feel Better, by Eating Better: 30 Day Meal Plan and Recipes by Denalee C Bell and Andrea Johnson MA; Diverticulosis Diet Secrets: Beat Your Diverticulosis Naturally in Just Days! by Andrew Wellstone; Diverticulitis Remedy Secrets: 57 Secrets No One Told You About Diverticulitis and How to Reverse it Naturally by Alexander Brown; Diverticulitis: Safe Alternatives Without Drugs Thorsons Natural Health (The Self Help Series) by Arthur White

    Digestive enzymes, SuperPowerEnzymes (323) 667-1894

    Nettles tea infusion (800) 879-3337

    Homeopathic, Belladonna (800) 466-3672

    B Complex, Living B Vitamins

    Vitamin C, Catie’s Organic Vit C Plus (888) 456-1597

    Probiotics, Jarrowdophilus + FOS (310) 204-6936

    Soil Based Mineral Organisms (SBOs) Freddy’s Blend (866) 729-3438

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