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Diverticulitis is a condition of
inflammation. The walls of the intestines balloon out forming pouches where
undigested food particles, small seeds, [e.g. strawberries, raspberries] lodge. These pouches, called diverticula, become perforated (torn), infected and inflamed.
Diverticula, due to frequent
constipation and eating a low fiber diet, which is typical in the USA,
contributes to the development of diverticulitis [“itis” meaning inflammation].
Low fiber diets produce maladaptive changes in the colon resulting in increased
pressure that can cause pouches to form at weak points in the wall of the
colon. When there is insufficient fiber to add bulk and the inability to soften
stool, stools are harder to pass.
Other causes that are associated with
diverticulitis include a family history of the disease, thyroid deficiency,
emotional stress causing colon spasm, hidden food allergies, and may be related
to vascular disorders or gallbladder disease as well as obesity, or a poor diet
. It is well known that stress and smoking make symptoms worse.
Diverticulitis is usually associated with
constipation, but bouts of diarrhea should not be overlooked as well. Diarrhea
is the result of insult and injury to the cells of the small intestine.
With diarrhea there is dehydration and a
loss of electrolytes. Fluids are very important for colon health as fluids
help rid the body of toxins. Tests should be conducted to see if there is a
bacterial infection, viral infection, or parasitic infection.
artificial sweeteners cause diarrhea.
Symptoms of diverticulitis include
episodes of lower abdominal pain and cramping, changes in bowel habits, and a
sense of fullness in the abdomen. With chronic or severe cases, there might be
fever, tenderness and rigidity of the abdomen over the area of the intestine
People may experience:
Pain areas: in the abdomen
Gastrointestinal: bloating, blood in stool, change in bowel habits, constipation, diarrhea, indigestion, nausea, vomiting, or flatulence
The research was led by Joanna
Kaluza, DSc, an associate professor at the Warsaw University of Life
Sciences in Poland. It looked at 68,273 Swedish men and women between
the ages of 45 and 83.
The study followed people for 16 years, and
those who stuck with a mostly anti-inflammatory diet had an 18 percent
lower risk of all-cause mortality, 13 percent lower risk of dying from
cancer, and 20 percent lower risk of dying from heart disease.
What is an anti-inflammatory diet?
Ali Webster, PhD,
RD, associate director of nutrition communications at the International
Food Information Council Foundation, described it as a kind of diet
that focuses on foods high in nutrients — especially antioxidants —that
have been tied with “lowering the markers of inflammation in our
“Its key players are foods like fruits, vegetables,
legumes, healthy fats — like those that come from olive oil and avocado —
fish, nuts, and dark chocolate,” Webster told Healthline. “Red wine is
sometimes considered to be a component of an anti-inflammatory diet,
though it should be consumed in moderation.”
If you’re thinking that sounds a lot like the popular Mediterranean diet, you’re right.
explained that an anti-inflammatory diet is basically an “on-trend term
that describes established recommendations for eating healthy.”
Dana Hunnes, PhD,
MPH, RD, a senior dietitian at UCLA Medical Center, added that anything
that’s “nutrient dense” with “a lot of vitamins and minerals and color,
from a natural source” would be an ideal component of this diet.
However, an anti-inflammatory diet isn’t just about what you eat, but what you don’t eat.
“Inflammation is a complicated process that even the
most knowledgeable scientists don’t completely understand,” Webster
said. “But there is some research to support that eating recommended
amounts of foods like fruits, vegetables, healthy fats, and whole grains
can reduce risk
for chronic diseases that have an inflammatory component, such as
cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and some types of cancer.”
Nattokinase is an enzyme (a protein
that speeds up biochemical reactions) that is extracted from a popular Japanese
food called natto. Natto is boiled soybeans that have been fermented with a
bacterium called Bacillus natto.
Natto has been used as a folk remedy for diseases of the heart and circulatory system (cardiovascular disease) for hundreds of years.
Nattokinase, the chemical in natto that is probably responsible for its
effects, was discovered by a University of Chicago researcher, Dr. Hiroyuki
You won’t find nattokinase in soy foods other than natto, since nattokinase is
produced through the specific fermentation process used to make natto.
thrombosis (DVT). There is some evidence that taking a specific combination
product (Flite Tabs) might decrease the chance of getting a blood clot in the
legs during long plane flights. This product combines a blend of 150 mg of
nattokinase plus pycnogenol. Two capsules are taken 2 hours before the flight and then again 6 hours later.