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My Dad has diverticulitis (seed kernels are bad) and popcorn was always his number 1 favorite food. I saw "safe popcorn" on a website the other day and ordered it because it said it was just the ticket for people with diverticulitis. Since then I have began to wonder if it is really safe. They say nothing is virtually hulless.

www.mayoclinic.org/.../expert-answers/diverticulitis-diet/faq-20058293

Actually, no specific foods are known to trigger diverticulitis attacks. And no special diet has been proved to prevent attacks. In the past, people with small pouches (diverticula) in the lining of the colon were told to avoid nuts, seeds and popcorn. It was thought that these foods could lodge in diverticula and cause inflammation ...

www.medhelp.org/posts/Gastroenterology/Hulless-popcorn---Safe-for-those-with...

I have had diverticulosis for about nine years and have had several infections over the years and have been hospitalized twice to treat the pain and infection. I have read about hulless popcorn and all the companies selling it say it is safe for people wiht diverticulitis. Is this too good to be ...

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My mom loves popcorn, but hasn't been able to eat it since she had a good foot of her large intestine taken out because of diverticulitis. I wanted to get her some of the baby white, hulless popcorn as a gift, but I'm not sure how good for her it is, although they claim that a person with diverticulitis can eat it safely. Since it will be a gift, I'm not too keen on having her ask ...

shop.justpoppin.com/gourmet-popcorn-kernels-tender-pop-5-pounds.html

I received my bag of hulless a popcorn and was soooo excited because I have diverticulitis and love popcorn but can never eat it beacuse of the hulls. The popcorn not only is hulless but delicious and my family loved it as well. I did not seem to have any issues digesting the popcorn and think this is a great product for people with digestive ...

www.kevinmd.com/blog/2017/11/seeds-popcorn-nuts-diverticulitis-fact-fiction.html

Probably the best evidence we have that seeds, nuts, corn, and popcorn do not cause complications in patients with diverticular disease comes from a study published in JAMA in 2008 showing that not only was intake of nuts, seeds, popcorn, and corn NOT associated with developing diverticulitis, but in fact the opposite was true. Eating more ...

www.livestrong.com/article/525394-is-popcorn-bad-for-your-intestines

Popcorn, a whole grain that contains fiber, can cause problems if you have certain digestive disorders. At one time experts thought that popcorn, along with nuts and seeds, worsened diverticulitis, but this has not proven true. If you have irritable inflammatory bowel disease, popcorn and other ...

www.newsmax.com/Health/Dr-Hibberd/diverticulitis-popcorn-nuts-fiber/2012/08/16/...

Question: I’ve been diagnosed with diverticulitis. Does this mean I can’t eat popcorn or nuts? Dr. Hibberd's answer: Diverticulitis occurs when one or more local weaknesses called diverticulae in your digestive tract (mainly the colon or large bowel) become inflamed and infected.

www.webmd.com/.../news/20080826/nuts-dont-up-risk-of-diverticulitis

Continued. In fact, men who ate nuts at least twice a week had a 20% lower risk of diverticulitis than men who ate nuts less than once a month; men who ate popcorn at least twice a week had a 28% ...

health.clevelandclinic.org/diverticular-disease-greatest-myths-and-facts

Diverticular Disease: Greatest Myths and Facts. There is a lot of misinformation floating around about diverticular disease – namely diverticulosis and diverticulitis.