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Did you know that many people at risk, or with serious health issues, are still reluctant to change their old, unhealthy eating habits?

“It’s not so easy!,” they cry. Well, old habits die hard…

At first, all dietary recommendations (read: restrictions) seem hard. However, it is heartening to realize that you can independently achieve a significant improvement of your health - if you put your mind to it.

It is a well-known fact - although not everybody agrees - that most our health conditions can resolve, if we quit feeding our bodies with the meat-, dairy-, and sugar-based Western Diet, also known as the S.A.D. (Standard American Diet).

This way of eating has all the factors that increase our risk of just about any illness. Sad, but true.

The Low-Grain, Low-Sugar Delight.

Willing to Live the Healthy Lifestyle?

If you decide to get well and/or stay healthy, you must - sorry to be imperative , but we are responsible for keeping your urinary tract healthy - change your preferences and eating habits.

In other words, you have to pay more attention to the foods you eat, namely their:

  • type (right foods, such as vegetables, beans, nuts, fish),
  • amount (portions that are proper serving sizes), and
  • quality (taking into consideration nutrient density, production process and packaging: quality foods do not come in a bag or a box).

First of all, in your new eating habits you need to:

  • eliminate or, at least, limit to a great degree all sugars, alcohol, and red meat;
  • add more dark green leafy vegetables.

Did you know that dark green leafy veggies contain compounds (known as thylakoids) that trigger satiety signals to help you:

  • regulate food intake,
  • prevent weight gain, and
  • promote weight loss?

And also remember that the efficacy of any dietary supplements, both nutritional and herbal, can be very limited by an unhealthy lifestyle.

So, make sure you try to live the healthiest lifestyle possible which includes:

  • your eating habits (or food habits ), that is when and how you eat, what you eat, and with whom you eat; also how you obtain, store, use, and discard your food;
  • the quality of water you drink (spring, purified, mineral, artesian, or alkaline), and
  • the amount of physical activity integrated into your daily life (work or occupational, travel or transportation, care of self or others, home or domestic, active recreation, sports, exercise).

Bladder-Friendly Food Guide

We know our approach works for two major reasons. First, we have tested and proven it. Second, we have recommended it to our clients and online customers. And - let us assure you - it has worked for almost every single person who has seriously applied it.

We are confident, then, that our complimentary eDiet will guide you – a UTI sufferer – to becoming a better-informed patient who can manage her or his own care. And most importantly, ask the right questions. Only by insisting on adequate management and in-depth information, you can achieve an optimal health outcome for yourself.

So, free yourself from negativity, pessimism or doubt (if any) and give the dietary approach to urinary tract infection serious consideration. It can give you an opportunity – if you choose it – to improve the quality of your urinary health, or the health of someone you know, or hold dear.

If you really want to prevent or overcome (another) urinary tract infection, our free eDiet is definitely for you. The choice, however, is yours. It always has been.

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