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This disease didn’t exist 100 years ago—now it’s exploding!

 

If you are an adult living in in the US or a similar “Westernized” country, chances are good you already have or soon will develop a sly, silent and rather common disease. 

This condition quietly progresses and waits like a spider…then when it rears its ugly head, you quickly find yourself flat on your back (or in surgery).

I’m talking about diverticulosis

Here’s what you need to know about this “silent” condition that is anything BUT silent if it strikes you.

Rates of diverticulosis are exploding!

About 35 percent of people under the age of 50 and nearly 60 percent of the population over 60 years old have diverticulosis—which is the presence of little pea-sized pouches that protrude out from your intestinal wall.

They look like this:

These pouches (called diverticula) are “silent”—meaning they usually don’t cause symptoms.  That’s why most people with diverticulosis don’t even know they have it.  Many are shocked to find out they have the condition when they go for a routine colonoscopy.

Things change dramatically, however, if your little diverticula become infected--known as diverticulitis.  Then your world comes crashing down.

With diverticulitis you are likely facing intense abdominal pain along with fever, chills, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation and rectal bleeding, and are likely unable to function.

It used to be unheard of!

Although diverticulosis is rather common nowadays, that wasn’t always the case.  As a matter of fact, prior to 1917 it was virtually unheard of.

“So, what changed?” you may ask.

Our diets, that’s what.

Diverticulosis started “popping up” a few years after the world was introduced to processed foods in 1915. 

As we became increasingly reliant on these “food stuffs” and shifted away from wholesome natural foods, our digestion started going out the window because processed foods are VERY difficult to digest and they lack natural fiber.

Difficult digestion + lack of fiber = CONSTIPATION.

Straining to have a bowel movement when you’re constipated is a significant contributing factor to diverticulosis—because having to exert serious pressure whenever Nature calls can eventually weaken the intestinal wall.

Also playing a role are:

  • Obesity—which now describes one out of three of us
  • Stress—and who isn’t stressed these days?
  • Poor eating habits—skipping meals, then binging or overeating
  • Lack of exercise—and we’ve got no shortage of “I can’t exercise because_____” excuse-makers
  • Prescription drug use—especially opiates, steroids and NSAIDS—and these are some of the most commonly prescribed drugs

So is it any wonder our intestinal walls are blowing out?

Diverticulitis is increasing too!

Not only are a good number of us hosts to diverticulosis, but diverticulitis (infections in the pouches) is on the rise too.

The overall incidence of diverticulitis, with or without hospitalization, has increased by over 50 percent since the year 2000, according to researcher Dr. Adil E. Bharucha of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.

Plus the disease is being seen in younger and younger people, which should be no surprise since poor diets and obesity rates in kids are skyrocketing too.

Once you’ve crossed into the land of diverticulitis, things look less and less rosy. 

The typical treatment options are antibiotics (which disrupt your microbiome, eventually making the situation even worse—not better); partial bowel resection (cutting out the diseased portions of your intestines); or full bowel resection with a colostomy (which might not be reversible, leaving you irrigating and pooping into a bag for the rest of your life).

Better ingredients = Better digestion

The good news here is that you can help turn your digestive health around, even if you’re already suffering from diverticulosis or diverticulitis. 

It’s never too late to start to feel better!

Here are the best steps you can take:

Eat actual “foods” & make your body’s job easier

Please, do your body a favor and stay away from processed and fast foods, as well as refined carbohydrates and sugars.  Foods like these invite constipation, create acid wastes, feed harmful yeasts in your gut and throw off your microbiome balance. 

Stick to real foods like fresh fruits, vegetables (other than corn and potatoes), meats, poultry, fish, dairy, eggs and good healthy fats like olive oil, real butter (never, EVER margarine) and coconut oil.

It’s also important to structure your meals so they are less taxing on your GI tract by pairing foods together that your system can break down more efficiently.  When you make your body’s digestive job easier, the end result (your BMs) can go along a lot easier too!

My Great Taste No Pain health system will show you everything you need to know!

Great Taste No Pain teaches you what foods “play nice” together in your system, and what combinations to avoid.  So you can help pave the way for easy, breezy digestion and regular BMs!

Now don’t worry—you can still eat foods you love!  You just need to be more careful about what foods you pair together in your meals.  I’ll spell everything out for you and you’ll soon become an expert!

Support your friendly gut inhabitants

The average person who eats a typical modern diet is seriously destroying their friendly gut flora.  Poor digestion and a high concentration of refined carbs creates an intestinal environment that favors harmful bacteria—and your microbiome’s army of helpful bacteria suffers.

And if you add in the possibilities of stress, medication use, exposure to environmental toxins or past or present use of antibiotics (which ALL harm your gut bacteria), chances are great most people have some degree of harmful bacteria overgrowth (dysbiosis).

Not only can this hamper your digestion and immune system functioning, but having a large amount of harmful bacteria festering in your intestinal tract is a great way to trigger a diverticulitis attack.

That's why an outstanding probiotic supplement like Super Shield is so helpful for so many people.

Super Shield’s carefully designed formula of 13 strains of helpful bacteria pays careful attention to both of your intestines--it contains certain species of bacteria that inhabit the small intestine (Lactobacillus) and others that live in your colon (Bifidobacteria).  So you're supported from one end of the intestinal tract to the other!

Note that if you’ve already had one or more diverticulitis attacks, Super Shield Plus is a better option for you. 

Super Shield Plus is a 20 billion CFU, 15-strain powerhouse formula that helps repair even the most distressed microbiome environments and assists in bringing your intestinal bacteria to a more healthful balance. 

Get some sweating going on

Lacking exercise is a major factor in diverticulosis, so here is yet another reason to dust off those sneakers and get moving.

Even brisk walking is beneficial, and practically anyone can do that!

No more excuses!  Get going now.

Explore anti-inflammatory options

As you saw above, the drugs that most commonly contribute to diverticulosis are anti-inflammatories and pain relievers!

If you find yourself taking these drugs on more than an occasional basis, it’s time to talk to your doctor about natural alternatives like turmeric.

Here are some of turmeric’s impressive health benefits:

  • It has outperformed aspirin and ibuprofen in terms of reducing inflammation.
  • It has been more effective than NSAIDs in easing arthritis pain, without the risk of GI bleeding or other side effects!
  • It can help combat obesity by reducing growth of fat cells. (Obesity is another diverticulosis factor.)
  • It has been shown to be more effective than Metformin against Type 2 diabetes.
  • It encourages healthy cholesterol levels—without dangerous statins!

If you want to give turmeric a try, our Optimal Turmeric Blend is the way to go!

Optimal Turmeric Blend provides a soothing 750 mg. of organic turmeric, plus black pepper extract to aid in absorbability.

I personally love Optimal Turmeric Blend and take it every day to help curb inflammation from my long distance running and full contact karate sparring! 

A little change can make a huge difference!

It can make a dramatic difference in how you feel when you take just a few simple steps to help your body accomplish digestion and counteract factors that impact your health!

A whole new world of feeling good, having more energy and saying goodbye to diverticulosis and diverticulitis can soon become your reality!

See what a difference it can make for you—you’ll never regret it.

To your health,

Sherry Brescia


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5 comments


  • Are you ever going to sell your products in Canada. It would be great . Shipping and over the boarder prices ate more then the products cost. Hoping you start selling here 😀

    Denise Boisvert on

  • How many protein grams should I have aday? I’m healthy, 65 yrs old and weigh 150…..I’m 5’10”

    Linda on

  • Sadly I got caught with Diverticulosis back in 2019 and nearly crossed the rainbow bridge.in hospital for 3 weeks , had emergency surgery ,removed about 10 inches of my colon, had to wear poop bag for 5 months, but fortunately got it reattached and bag removed, wakeup call for sure Sherry have you heard of fecal transplant ? thats what I got also no fun either ! watching what I eat now, lots of soft food. yogurt etc. might try that Turmeric formula !

    Wendell Driver on

  • Yes, I was taking a lot of turmeric/ginger tea everyday, as well as your tumeric blend. my platelets are very low, so I cannot take them anymore. so disappointed. it does work.

    Linda on

  • I wanted to take turmeric for my arthritis I was told it thins your blood is that true

    Celia on

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