Treating UTI As A Nigerian-what To Eat And What To Avoid

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When you are trying to improve your overall health, your diet is the first thing you want to take seriously. As the popular saying goes, you are what you eat. If you eat a balanced diet and healthily it will definitely reflect in your general health even on your hair and nails. The same way people with certain health issues are restricted from some food due to more harm it can cause and other foods are suggested to quicken their recovery process, so it is with Urinary tract infection. When treating urinary tract infection, it is important to do away with some kind of foods and beverages as they can irritate or worsen the infection and may even slow down the recovery process. That food can then be replaced with those that are more beneficial and can speed up recovery. You may be wondering what food or drink is to be avoided and which are those that can help keep those bacteria causing infection in check. well, you are about to discover them in this article. Mind you they can also help in the prevention of the infection. Read on. How will you know if you have UTI here are the common signs to look out for in detecting UTI Strong, persistent urge to pee Burning sensation when urinating Passing frequent, small amounts of urine Cloudy urine Red, pink, or cola-colored urine (signs of blood in the urine) Foul-smelling urine Pain and pressure within the abdomen Pain during intercourse Fever and chills Pelvic pain, in women (around the center of the pelvis and around the pubic bone) Also Read: 5 Reasons Why Your UTIs keeps coming Back What are that Nigerian foods to consume if you are treating UTI? dark chocolate Smart drink choices are: unsweetened probiotic yogurt decaf coffee cranberry juice blueberry juice pomegranate juice black and green tea plenty of water Read Also: Urinary Tract Infection: 6 Ways to Get Rid of it Without Antibiotic Foods to Avoid Adjusting your diet also meaning avoiding certain food and the top on the list is Sugar as it can aggravate an infection. foods and beverages that can irritate your bladder or worsen your symptoms include: Caffeinated coffee Caffeinated sodas Alcohol ( wine, beer, and liquor) Spicy foods Acidic fruits like limes, lemon, etc. should be reduced Artificial sweeteners Symptoms of UTI can worsen if left untreated, it may also spread up to cause infection in the kidney. If you suspect UTI and experiencing the above-listed symptoms, then it’s high time to get a solution. You may want to consider a natural solution to get rid of the Urinary tract permanently. Click here for a permanent solution to Urinary tract infection Recommended Reading: Everything About Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) Dos and Don’ts For Urinary Tract Infection Patient

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