Naturopath for Diverticular Disease

Naturopath for Diverticular Disease
- GUT and Digestive Health Specialist

Naturopath Gut Specialist Leah is an excellent choice for individuals seeking natural and holistic approaches to manage their digestive issues, including diverticular disease.

Her personal experience with tummy problems since childhood has given her a unique perspective on gut health and a deep understanding of the challenges faced by those dealing with similar conditions.

Leah’s firsthand experience with the frustration and pain of digestive issues has motivated her to pursue a career in natural medicine, where she can help others find relief and improve their quality of life.

With her knowledge and experience, Naturopath Gut Specialist Leah can provide personalised treatment plans that address the root causes of digestive issues and support overall health and wellness.

Diverticular Types

Diverticular disease is a common condition that affects the digestive system.

It occurs when small pouches or sacs, known as diverticula, form in the lining of the intestine, usually in the colon. These sacs can become inflamed or infected, leading to a range of symptoms such as abdominal pain, bloating, constipation, and diarrhea.

While diverticular disease can be managed through conventional medical treatment, there is growing interest in natural and holistic approaches, including seeing a naturopath and nutritionist such as Leah who specialises in gut health.

What causes diverticulitis?

The exact cause of the diverticular disease is not fully understood, but it is thought to be related to a combination of factors, including age, genetics, and lifestyle.

Low-fibre diets and a lack of physical activity are also believed to increase the risk of developing diverticular disease.

When stool becomes hard and difficult to pass, the muscles of the colon have to work harder to move it along, leading to increased pressure within the colon.

This pressure can cause weak spots in the colon wall to bulge out, forming diverticula.

Over time, these diverticula can become inflamed or infected, leading to the symptoms of diverticular disease.

Why see a natural medicine practitioner


If you are looking for a holistic approach to managing your diverticular disease, it may be helpful to see a naturopath, nutritionist, or gut specialist like Leah. She can provide a personalised approach to managing your symptoms and improving your overall health.

Here are some reasons why you may want to consider seeing Leah:

  1. Leah can help you identify trigger foods.

Certain foods can trigger symptoms of diverticular disease, such as bloating, cramping, and diarrhea. By working with Leah you can identify these trigger foods and learn how to avoid them. Additionally, she can recommend foods that are high in fibre, which can help prevent constipation and improve gut health.

  1. Leah can recommend supplements and herbs.

Naturopaths often use supplements and herbs to support the body’s natural healing processes. For example, Leah may recommend probiotics to improve gut flora or anti-inflammatory herbs like turmeric to reduce inflammation in the colon.

  1. Leah can provide personalised recommendations.

Everyone’s body is different, and what works for one person may not work for another.

By working with Leah a naturopath, nutritionist and gut specialist, you can receive personalised recommendations tailored to your unique needs and health goals.

  1. Leah can help you manage stress.

Stress can exacerbate symptoms of diverticular disease, so it’s important to manage stress levels to prevent flare-ups..

  1. Leah can work with your primary care physician.

Leahs clinic room is within the My Dr Erina rooms. She regularly works with the GP’s there to assist patients. She can also work with your own GP.