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Introduction to Diverticulitis
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, diverticula, become perforated, 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.

 Systemic enzyme therapy 
is used to reduce inflammation in the colon, stimulate the immune system, improve circulation, help speed tissue repair by bringing nutrients to the damaged area, and removing waste products, strengthen the body as a whole, build general resistances and improve wellness 

Sources Cichoke, 1999; 209
Murray, Pizzorno, 1998; 143