What To Avoid with Diverticulitis | Risk Factors & Ways to Reduce Risk


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  1. Carmine Garcia says: August 29th, 2022 at 12:58 pm

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  2. Gary. Young says: August 29th, 2022 at 12:59 pm

    Nuts culprit chew well or grind up in older peoples!!!!

  3. Cherry Metha says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:05 pm

    This video was useless to me. It’s the same old information over and over again . I never smoked , don’t drink , am a vegetarian, exercised all my life ( can’t anymore ) and still ended up getting Diverticulosis . I get a Diverticulitis infection every 4-6 weeks!

  4. Phillip Parsons says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:06 pm

    i had a stage 4 diverticulus was the cause of my burst bowel basically they had to perform a special emergency hartmans procedure terrible mess i wace

  5. im 32 and was diganosed last year i ate very bad from the age of 22 because i moved out of parents house i just had takeaways and frozen pizza very rare i had vegtables or healthy foods no i wish i had the flare ups are really bad now i eat more fiber food like beans and bread more vegatables chicken and broths it helps a lot.

  6. quilt stamper says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:08 pm

    I do keto life still. Sometimes I have bad consumption. What can I do to stay on keto. But help

  7. rahul chauhan says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:09 pm

    Doctor sir, my son is 9 year old and his weight is also very less and there is no point in drinking alcohol. Still he has this problem. What should I do?

  8. stripervince1 says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:09 pm

    I just got over a serious 3 week screaming in pain bout of diverticulitis. It was horrendous, hospital and terrible pain. Wouldn’t wish it on Nancy pelosi.. well maybe on her yes

  9. I am very happy to read all these well thought out comments. It is really nice to know "others have suffered" as much as I have in 5hr emergency room visit, from all sorts of tests, pokes proddeds scans, etc and it came back with Diverticulitis.
    Anyone else felt like death itself? it seems so.
    I can see now, that severe dehydration, and largefiber intake with medicine taking for spine injury with minimal water intake, turned to Severe feaver and pulsing an pounding headache, unable to stop sweating, barfing (both ends, constantly) turns out.. was a stomach virus/ irritation>
    in my 40’s and reading these.. maybe I feel pain more than other people but I swear it was the worst ever, and i’ve had tattoo’s broken bones surgeries etc..

    Also, its hard to research stuff when you are sick or ill, there is so much similar out there…
    I mean, I may or may not take medicine for pinworms after i run my course of antibiotics, just in case.. it seems this isn’t something that is given in America as often, or discussed, and several symptoms are similar… can’t hurt, right? I mean, barefoot a lot a lot. who knows?
    I just wanna feel better i can hardly function this bloat, this pain over all and Liquid diet….
    we will see in a few days i’ll try to check in….
    Really glad i read all these comments.
    I can put down water and medicine without it coming up, so far so good.

  10. The Mauricio Bunch says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:11 pm

    Thank you for this educational video. I learned a lot.

  11. that matsui guy says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:12 pm

    I got diverticulitis at 9 and this has made me feel more comfortable with diverticulitis because i woke up one morning and i felt the exact same thing in my lower abdomen this is good information

  12. Michael Daniels says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:12 pm

    Thanks for sharing this information!

  13. CHUCK Farlie says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:13 pm

    Went on keto and woke up two months later with extreme pain and lower abdominal diverticulitis. Everything I was doing with keto lead to my pain.

  14. Chicks Grow Too says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:13 pm

    Whenever I have a flare up, like now – I ate a few cashews – I go for two days on broth or pho soup and it goes away, bit I need to listen to this doctor’s advice!! Thanks! 🙏🙏🙏

  15. Red meat is not the problem. People on a carnivore diet do not have trouble with diverticulitis.

  16. Jacque Van Lopeznoroff says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:13 pm

    I’ve never had constipation. Never. Yet I’ve had diverticulitis three times in 6 months, having eaten massive amounts of fiber every day and boatloads of water these last 6 months (with almost no meat, and even less red meat). BMI 26. 6’1” 197 pounds, 34” waist. Never smoked. Sooo… 🤷🏽‍♂️ Did have a motorcycle accident 17 years ago that required lower abdominal surgery, and have had two hernia surgeries since then. Don’t exercise because of the hernias and bad joints, etc, from the accident. Used to take tylenol or aspirin or ibuprofen every night for joint pain. Haven’t taken it for a year or two though.

  17. I can’t eat oats or wheat or rice or nuts, otherwise I get diverticulitis, I’m in pain from it as I write because I decided to eat muesli for a few weeks, I got bored with my bowl of red berries and yoghurt every morning, I’m going back on the berries.

  18. Show causation not your correlation that you favor.

  19. Working Hard working says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:17 pm

    Personally being on my toes, keeping busy, not eating after 18:00, more fluids less carbs, more chicken less beef, a little fibre toast. Less stress. Fasting 12-16 hours sleep time can be included in this fast

  20. Jerry Williams says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:19 pm

    This was very well presented I learned a lot I have all the systems of diverticulitis will be having a colonoscopy next week. Thanks for the info.

  21. irock4u222 says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:20 pm

    i got Diverticulitis few yrs ago nd i thought i was seriously going to die it was right up there with shingles pain

  22. aaron Walker says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:21 pm

    You are 100% wrong the theory on fibre is a hundred percent wrong people that are on a high-fat carnivore diet do not ever get

  23. Yourdeadmeat69 says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:21 pm

    Agree except for red meat mythology.

  24. pixel hero says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:24 pm

    In 34 and have been diagnosed with ‘mild’ diverticulitis. I’m so depressed about it and my other half doesn’t seem to think it’s a big issue… fml I wanna be around for my kids.

  25. Good information, and I appreciated the risk factors broken down in an easy to follow format. I was diagnosed in 2009 when my first attack landed me in the hospital. Diet is fundamental, but I noticed that stress kicks it up, and I loved eating red meat, which had not occurred to me to cut back. I “managed” my attacks with antibiotics over the years, and thought I was doing well at it, until a few months ago. The recurring attacks damaged a section of my colon beyond repair, and I was living with constant low grade inflammation. That section was surgically removed last week, and I’m glad to be able to have a fresh start. For any newly diagnosed people here- don’t fall into complacency about reducing risk just because effective antibiotics are available to treat. There will come a time when they won’t be enough.

  26. Julia Bernice says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:26 pm

    I’ve never changed my diet. My doctor said there’s literally no reason to & I’m completely fine. I have diverticulosis

  27. I eat mostly grass fed red meat, avocado and fermented foods and don’t have any issues with mine! I was diagnosed at 23 and I’m now 40 trust me when I say it’s all diet!

  28. In 2019 I had a colonoscopy because my bowel habits and discomfort on my left side, sometime come and go, some times I feel it all day or for few days, the doctor say I have "a little bit" of diverticulosis, he say I can eat anything, because anything could be the reason, as 2022 I still have same symptoms, I keep telling to my MD doctor that I may have a mild case of diverticulitis every now and them, he keep saying that I should have fever, pain, my pain goes (from 1 to 10) max to 3 sometimes, I know I will have my bowel habits upside/down because I feel the discomfort few days before, I thinking on seeing a Specialist, what you guys think, anyone in this situation? by test I don’t have any food allergies or bacterial infection. thank you for your time.

  29. In your opinion are there any pre or pro biotics that help with good gut health? Also, was told by my gastro that antibiotics for diverticulitis attacks are no longer recommended that they do more harm than good in the long run. A person is to wait out an attack and normally pain will go away after three or four days,however if a fever is present and pain is still present then you call your doctor for help. What are your thoughts? Thanks

  30. Mr hamburgsteak says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:32 pm

    GUYS im so scared pls help me my left lower stomach hurt 😭😭😭

  31. At 78 I have had bouts of diverticulitis for the last 50 years. I have a bmi of 25, just barely borderline over weight also have a lot of dizziness when standing which limits what exercise I can do. I have had 35 surgeries, 18 for adhesions and 3 for perforated intestines.

  32. Anthony Romano says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:34 pm

    I avoided red meat most of my life then Saw two cases of it and I am now plant based no oil.

  33. Scout Eleven says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:38 pm

    Low Carb Diet 5 Years Now, No sore stomach since I began.. 🙂

  34. All I can say is Thanks

  35. Carnivore is great for the colon.

  36. Zena Herbert says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:41 pm

    Thank you, this is very helpful information presented in an easy, accessible fashion.

  37. Thank You!

  38. Can divirticulisis cause left hip joint numbness and back pain in tje left side?

  39. Иван понимаете says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:44 pm

    I’m 31 and got this After covid 5’7, 165 lbs and don’t smoke or drink.. is it true keto diet is good for this ?

  40. Also fiber causes constipation. This is a lie.

  41. Just got out of hospital with complicated diverticulitis- i’m only 40 🙁 … just starting to eat some solids now but I am finding it hard stomaching things. To look at meat just makes me want to hurl…

  42. Kim Knauff says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:49 pm

    In a flare as I’m typing this. I get them at least twice a year. If not too bad, I take Advil (I says not too) but if really bad, I call doc to get antibiotics. Try to eat fiber but I also have IBS-d and so too much fiber give me horrible gas and diarrhea. I don’t eat hardly any red meat, don’t smoke and don’t drink. But seems when I eat nuts, that’s what sets my diverticulitis attacks off. Only had a couple small handfuls (and I mean small) of Cashews this week and now I’m in a flare. One time I had peanut M&Ms and a week later…. Yep a flare. Crazy how just a small amount can set my flares off.

  43. This is non sense.. lmao

  44. What about spicy/hot food?

  45. Wendy Williams says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:52 pm

    So informative. Thanks again

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  47. Augustina Amo-Annan says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:53 pm

    Please can you advise on which exercises to do

  48. Franz Collas says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:54 pm

    Whole grain foods wheat bread has lectins that gives you leaky gut. it comes from the husk

  49. If I have Broccoli I’m in bits !!!

  50. inthenameof myfather says: August 29th, 2022 at 1:55 pm

    i have diverticulitis i am 60 and it is reocurring and my stomic is constantly bubbling and rumbbling idkw


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