Do you suffer from Diverticulitis?

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Taking Lean N Clean® as prescribed results in increased fiber intake, increased fluid consumption, and healthy bowel movements at normal intervals that don't require straining.  With Lean N Clean®, you can be in charge of regulating your bowel back to normal and functioning optimally.

What you can expect with Lean N Clean®

  • Daily bowel movements
  • No painful straining
  • No bloating
  • Bowel movements are soft and normal
  • You regulate the consistency of your bowel movements

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What Our Customers Say

I used to have constipation all the time. I would have a bowel movement only every 3-5 days. I came down with diverticulitis. I took the antibiotic prescribed by the doctor for 2 weeks and did not get well. I was admitted to the hospital for 4 days and was given IV antibiotics. After that I was on an oral antibiotic for another 21 days. My pain from diverticulitis still did not go away.

I found Lean N Clean® and decided to try it. After taking this product for 2 weeks, my abdominal pain from diverticulitis disappeared! My bowel movements have improved tremendously. I am now having normal bowel movements twice a day. I am very happy and thankful for this product. Don‚Äö√Ñ√¥t ever stop selling Lean-N-Clean®

-Maria H., Miami, FL

What is Diverticulitis?

Diverticulitis occurs when one or more diverticula in your digestive tract become inflamed or infected. Diverticula are small, bulging pouches that can form anywhere in your digestive system, including your esophagus, stomach and small intestine. However, they're most commonly found in the large intestine.

Diverticula are common, especially after age 40. When you have diverticula, the condition is known as diverticulosis. You may never even know you have these pouches because they seldom cause any problems, such as diverticulitis. However, when diverticulitis does occur, it can cause severe abdominal pain, fever, nausea, and a marked change in your bowel habits. Mild cases of diverticulitis can be treated with rest, intestinal cleansing, changes in your diet, and antibiotics. Serious cases of diverticulitis may require surgery.

Diverticula usually develop when naturally weak places in your colon give way under pressure. This causes marble-sized pouches to protrude through the colon wall.

Exactly how diverticula become inflamed or infected isn't clear. One theory is that the increased pressure in the colon can lead to breakdown of the wall of the diverticula leading to infection. Another is that the narrow openings of diverticula may trap fecal matter as it passes through the colon, which can lead to infection. 

Lean N Clean® treats diverticulitis naturally

Taking Lean N Clean® as prescribed results in increased fiber intake, increased fluid consumption, and healthy bowel movements at normal intervals that don't require straining.  With Lean N Clean®, you can be in charge of regulating your bowel back to normal and functioning optimally.

Diverticulitis Risk Factors

  • Aging. You're more likely to get diverticulitis if you're over 40, although it's not known why. It may be that age-related changes, such as a decrease in strength and elasticity of your bowel wall, could contribute to diverticulitis.
  • Too little fiber. Diverticulitis is rare in countries where people eat a high-fiber diet that helps keep stools soft. However, it's common in industrialized nations, such as the United States, where the average diet is high in refined carbohydrates and low in fiber.
  • Lack of exercise. Lack of exercise has been associated with a greater risk of formation of diverticula putting a person at risk of diverticulitis.
  • Obesity. Being seriously overweight increases your odds of developing diverticulitis and diverticular bleeding.

Diverticulitis Symptoms / Complications

  • Peritonitis, which can occur if the infected or inflamed pouch ruptures, spilling intestinal contents into your abdominal cavity. This can cause an inflammation of the lining of your abdominal cavity (peritoneum). Peritonitis is a medical emergency and requires immediate care.
  • Rectal bleeding
  • A blockage in your colon or small intestine caused by scarring
  • An abscess, which occurs when pus collects in the pouch
  • A fistula, which is an abnormal passageway that occurs between different parts of your intestine, between your intestine and your bladder or vagina, or between your intestine and abdominal wall.

Treatment for Diverticulitis

  • Eat more fiber. High-fiber foods, such as fresh fruits and vegetables and whole grains, soften waste material and help it pass more quickly through your colon. This reduces pressure inside your digestive tract. Aim for 20 to 35 grams of fiber each day and try to substitute fruits, vegetables and grain products for foods high in saturated fat. Be sure to add fiber gradually to avoid bloating, abdominal discomfort and gas. If it's difficult for you to consume 20 or more grams of fiber every day, consider using a intestinal cleansing supplement, such as Lean N Clean®.
  • Drink plenty of fluids. Fiber works by absorbing water and increasing the soft, bulky waste in your colon. However, if you don't drink enough liquid to replace what's absorbed, fiber can be constipating.
  • Respond to bowel urges. When you need to use the bathroom, don't delay. Delaying bowel movements leads to harder stools that require more force to pass and increased pressure within your colon.
  • Exercise regularly. Exercise promotes normal bowel function and reduces pressure inside your colon. Try to exercise at least 30 minutes on most days.