Inflammation of the lining of the intestinal wall causes Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD) such as diverticulitis, ulcerative colitis, and Crohn’s disease. These diseases are painful and can cause acute diarrhea, fever, fatigue, reduced appetite, weight loss, and blood in the stools. To soothe the lining of the intestines, doctors often recommend following a low residue diet or a low fiber diet.
Diverticulitis is a condition that afflicts the large intestine. A low residue diet is often prescribed as a form of treatment for this condition. In this following article, we will learn a little something more about this form of diet.
Author: Frank W. Jackson, M.D. Purpose For a regular healthy diet, it is recommended that of the total calories eaten, no more than 30% should come from fat. However, certain diseases and medical conditions can make it difficult for the body to tolerate even that much fat, so a low-fat diet may help people with... View Article
So recently my mother was told she now has Diverticulitis. And she was quite unhappy about it. So I agreed we would change our eating habits together. I am going to cook all of these and in the comments I'll will tell you what we thought of each of them.