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Corn is a unique vegetable, and very delicious, but few people realize how much it can improve the health of the digestive system. Corn doesn’t always digest very easily, but it does facilitate smoother bowel movements and can reduce inflammation in the colon. For someone suffering from diverticulitis, this effect of corn can be a major relief. Adding creamed corn or corn on the cob to your weekly vegetable intake should help to relieve the pain and irritation, while also regulating your bowel movements. This is often enough to calm and eliminate the other symptoms of diverticulitis. Protection Status
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