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I say see what your body can tolerate. I've never had a severe attack, but I do notice when I don't eat enough fiber that my body has more problems. I can eat corn, seeds, nuts etc., when I'm regular, if I'm not than those foods will cause me problems.

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Hi, just joined this group, I was diagnosed about 5 years ago. Had an attack about three
years ago. Not a pleasant experience. Still learning which foods to eat, cause I am also
lactose intolerant. Doing my best to maintain my diet.

One writer talked about corn, that has to be worst of the foods for diverticulosis emoticon

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