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Seeds and nuts. Seeds and nuts may cause irritation in your colon and lead to pain, which is why you should not eat them with diverticulitis. Try to avoid them as much as possible. Some nuts include peanuts, pistachios, cashews and almonds, as well as seeds such as those of sunflower, pumpkin, caraway and sesame.What is the best diet for a patient with diverticulitis?
With diverticulitis, the goal is to consume less than eight grams of fiber per day until your symptoms have subsided. Foods recommended include: Grains: Cream of wheat or rice, white rice, enriched white breads without seeds, crackers, pasta and white flour or corn tortillas.