Q. I had an attack of diverticulitis. How should I eat to prevent another?

A. Grace Phelan, MS, RD, nutrition support coordinator at the Frances Stern Nutrition Center and clinical instructor at the Friedman School, answers: “Sometimes little pockets or pouches (called diverticula) form in the intestinal wall. This is called diverticulosis. Diverticulitis is when the pockets get inflamed or infected, which can occur when intestinal contents get stuck […]
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