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Don't know what happened to my post, maybe I deleted it before it got posted.....anyway, Lola, I was eating them with almond butter, but the question was that if they were too crispy for my diverticulitis.  Maybe they are more like seeds or nuts, they are so dry and crisp.  I have thrown them out anyway.   Am going to try to eat more soft cooked vegetables and juices for a while.  I need to get off these antibiotics.  Andrea, did you mean to say that I should not do the protocol for intestinal health until I am off the meds?  I wasn't sure what you meant.  Thank you all


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Emily sometimes gets a bit crazy when she eats rice or rice cakes.


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No correlation  between nuts and diverticulitis--- very old thinking. That rice cake was long ago dissolved by the time it reached your large intestines. Have you ever seen what is in the large intestines? do a google search for some photos.

You do know how medicine advances--- one death at a time--- takes long time for docs to realize that they are repeating out dated information.


One of the docs in the hospital I work in carries around the article from the study that was done on diverticulitis and nuts and seeds just to get patients see that it makes no sense at all.


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Wow, I hope you are correct!  Now, I am even more confused.  Am off on a little trip to NM today, it is my 67th birthday!  Yeah!  Haven't been anywhere in ages.  Am taking my meds and probiotics, and not sure what I should eat.  Guess I will just eat right, and have as many mushy veggies as I can find on the road.  Figure it out when I get back home.  Thanks for your input!


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