DIVERTICULITIS is inflammation in one or more of the sacs of the intestines. It can result from food that has collected and adhered to the sac, or toxins within the intestinal walls in a given area. It most often results from a fat-deficiency, usually accompanied by protein deficiency. Often that results in the body’s inability to produce proper or enough mucus to protect intestinal walls. There may be several reasons for fat deficiencies; see Appendix O, pages 145-150.

Symptoms: abdominal cramps or pain, irregular bowel movements, gas, lethargy and continued abdominal bloating.

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