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Recipes, Meal Plans, and Diet for Diverticulitis and Diverticulosis

Treat your diverticulitis with a diet low in fibre and residue and eat the very best to feel well long-term

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Our diverticular disease meal plan (diverticulitis and diverticulosis) is made up of 3 phases

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You can choose whichever phase corresponds to your current situation and/or symptoms :

  • In the case of an acute diverticulitis episode, or if you have recurring pain from diverticulitis, you can follow the complete program. You’ll start with 3 weeks of meal plans low in fibre and residue followed by 3 weeks during which fibre is progressively re-introduced, finally followed by a maintenance phase, with a high fibre diet specially created for diverticulitis (see image above).
  • In case of diverticulosis or constipation, the program starts with 3 weeks during which fibre is progressively re-introduced and followed by a high fibre diet specially created for diverticulosis during the maintenance phase (see image above).

Diverticulitis:
TREATED

Our low-fibre and low-residue diet is a recommended diverticulits treatment

Diverticula formation:
SLOWED

Prevent inflammation and slow down the formation of new diverticula

Constipation:
RELIEVED

Our meal plans gradually re-integrate fibre for optimal intestinal transit

Choose What Works for You

Our diverticulitis and diverticulosis meal plans are easy to integrate into your everyday routine. We provide you with the information, tools, and professional help you need to treat diverticular disease.

  • PREMIUM
  • VIP

PREMIUM: SELF-SERVE MEAL PLANS

Our Premium package gives you all the tools to treat diverticulitis and prevent inflammation of diverticula:

  • Varied and balanced weekly meal plans
    • 100% personalised according to your allergies and preferences (ex. no fish, gluten-free, etc.) and your caloric needs (1700 or 2100 calories)
    • for 1, 2, 3 or 4 people
    • based on the Mediterranean diet and taking advantage of fresh seasonal produce
  • 100% personalised according to your allergies and preferences (ex. no fish, gluten-free, etc.) and your caloric needs (1700 or 2100 calories)
  • for 1, 2, 3 or 4 people
  • based on the Mediterranean diet and taking advantage of fresh seasonal produce
  • A matching grocery list
  • An Action Plan to minimise time spent in the kitchen
  • Over 1000 recipes: Fast, satisfying, and delicious

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VIP: PREMIUM + PERSONAL DIETITIAN

Our VIP plan consists of 100% personalised nutritional assistance to put our Diverticulitis / Diverticulosis Meal Plans into practice at your own pace:

  • An initial evaluation consultation with your personal dietitian
  • Two follow-up consultations
  • Three months of direct support by email/chat
  • Three months access to our SOSCuisine PREMIUM servicePREMIUM service
  • Receipt for reimbursement from your private insurance group

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Canada

1-877-570-1035

514-564-0971 (Montreal) / 1-877-570-1035 (toll-free)
07 64 08 03 14 (France)

Why have 350 000 people already chosen SOSCuisine?

No matter which program you choose, you benefit from:

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A Specialised Team

Our meal plans are created by registered dietitians specialised in the treatment of diverticulitis.

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A Hands-On Solution

Get everything you need: menus, grocery lists, action plans and tips.

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Delicious Recipes

Over 1000 diverticular disease recipes: Fast, easy, and delicious.

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I found a total comfort of life through your heavenly meal plans

" Thank you for helping people like me who suffer from diverticular disease to create balanced meals. When we leave the hospital, we are given two lists of products: "forbidden forever" and "allowed," and with that you're done! So, obviously recurrence plagues us, and that was true in my case.

After my second hospitalization due to diverticulitis, I searched the web and found your meal plans. As a precaution, I asked the opinion of my doctor and my pharmacist. After verification, they told me to go ahead, as the recommendations seemed serious and balanced without deficiencies.

I followed your meal plan and now I am perfectly well, that is to say that I have no more stomach aches! My doctor and pharmacist are very satisfied and said they would recommend SOSCuisine to their patients. Thank you for these smart meal plans - AWESOME! "

- Annie V.
Subscribed to the Diverticulitis / Diverticulosis Meal Plans

SOSCuisine is recommended by:

Médecins francophones du Canada
Société gastro-intestinale
Fondation québécoise de la maladie coeliaque
Gail Attara, President and Co-founder, Gastrointestinal Society

"Nutrition plays an important role in maintaining the health of the gastrointestinal tract, and the resources available on SOSCuisine.com can be very useful in this regard."

Gail Attara
Co-founder and President of the Gastrointestinal Society

Subscribe to our Diverticulitis / Diverticulosis Meal Plans for as little as $CA9.95/month!

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We have so much confidence in its effectiveness, that we’ll reimburse you in the first 7 days if you aren’t entirely satisfied!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do these meal plans CURE diverticular disease?

Currently, there is little scientific evidence for the proposition that a diet rich in dietary fibre promotes regression of diverticula already formed or prevents inflammation (diverticulitis). However, it seems advantageous for people with diverticular disease without complications, to consume a high amount of dietary fibre.

Source : Manuel de nutrition clinique de l’OPDQ, revision 2010

Are SOSCuisine Meal Plans reliable?

Our "Diverticulitis and Diverticulosis" Meal Plans fully comply with all recommendations from the following bodies:

  1. Canadian Society of Intestinal Research, Diverticular Disease, accessed on August 10th, 2011
  2. Canadian Digestive Health Foundation, Diverticular Disease, accessed on September 19th, 2011
  3. Dieticians of Canada and HealthLink BC, Eating Guidelines for Diverticular Disease, October 2009
  4. UCSF Nutrition Counseling Center (USA), Diverticular Disease and Diet , February 2011
  5. Mayo Clinic (USA), Diverticulitis diet, July 2009
  6. Health Canada's Eating Well with Canada's Food Guide , January 7th 2008

The nutritional data is from the Canadian Nutrient File, and completed by the French food composition table Ciqual (France), the USDA Food Composition Database (USA), and the Fineli base (Finland).

IMPORTANT: The information provided on this website does not replace a medical consultation and is not intended for self diagnosis. We recommend that you seek the advice of your doctor or healthcare professional before undertaking a change to your diet or lifestyle. See Terms & Conditions.