Are you challenged with UTI problems? Here are a few natural remedies to consider, including a UTI protocol that may help.
What is a urinary tract infection (UTI)? A UTI can occur in the kidneys, ureter, bladder, or urethra. It is the 2nd most common infection after respiratory infections. 90% of infections for UTI are from e-coli, which normally exists in the colon and is traveling into the wrong places in the body.
Those most at risk for UTI include:
- women more than men
- 70 year old women are 2x more at risk than men
- younger women are 50x more susceptible than men
Common symptoms include: pain when urinating, frequent urination, blood in urine, and abdominal pain.
Here are a few natural remedies to consider:
- Consume 2.5 liters of clean water a day
- Vitamin C as ascorbic acid
- Unsweetened cranberry juice
- Citricidal (grapefruit seed extract)
- Good sources probiotic
- Uva ursa tea
Additionally, consider a UTI protocol which includes the above mentioned natural remedies and has been clinically proven to improve UTI.
Link to UTI Protocol, click here.
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