Over 12 million people are at risk for complete kidney failure or damage. Why? Because having a urinary tract infection that is left untreated can cause you more than just pain. Many times the ailment to the urinary tract can result in severe kidney damage. Unfortunately, millions of people make the mistake of ignoring the infection and hoping that time will heal! And most often it doesn't! Besides costing you a possible kidney, you could be caught paying thousands of dollars in medical and surgical costs.
And let's not forget about the urinary tract infection symptoms. U.T.I.'s harsh symptoms include: frequent urination, incompetent urination, numerous nighttime bathroom visits, side aches, clouded or discolored urine, bloody urine, fatigue, nausea, fever, chills and nighttime sweats. Though the symptoms sound bad enough, a kidney shut-down will make life even more miserable.
And now the GOOD news! A urinary tract infection treatment is as simple as 3 simple steps which use acidic foods to cure your U.T.I. In fact, imagine yourself being U.T.I.-free and symptom free in less than 12 hours.
Unfortunately, the money-hungry medical field will often keep quiet about the natural cure.
But fortunately, many people do seek out medical treatment for their urinary tract infection. Though medication does most often kill the E coli found in the urinary tract, it will also kill the 'helpful' body bacteria and sometimes leave the person ill. And after paying hundreds of dollars for the medication, all you get is another 3 sick days for catching the cold or flu. No thank you!
But medication is NOT your only urinary tract infection treatment option. If you or a loved one suffers from a urinary tract infection, then I encourage you to try a natural 3-step cure that is guaranteed to kill and flush the E coli in less than 12 hours. And the best part, it uses natural acidic foods that are 1/100 of the price of medication. Let me explain why it works!
What Causes a Urinary Tract Infection?
Doctors are always looking for the cause of an ailment because knowing the cause can help them discover the cure. And the same holds true for urinary tract infections. So what is the cause of urinary tract infections?
Typically, urinary tract infections are the result of the bacteria E. coli residing in your urinary tract or bladder. In most cases, the U.T.I. would be fought off by a healthy immune system but most of the time your immune system is not working at 100%. With the right timing, the UTI (especially urethritis) can flare-up in days.
Though UTI is a serious disease, you can prevent and cure urinary tract infections with a healthy immunity and an acidic nutritional plan (only takes a few hours). And it is as simple as Vitamin C, a natural acid and an alkaline supplement.
Vitamin C and Your pH level
At this moment, E coli is continually multiplying in your urinary tract and bladder and will continue to do so until you decide on a treatment. And all treatments aim to do one thing- kill the bacteria and flush it out through the bladder.
Our urinary tract infection natural treatment will create a naturally harsh environment in the bladder and urinary tract with the aid of acidic foods and Vitamin C (also called ascorbic acid). By allowing high levels natural acids to reach the bladder, you can actually kill the E coli in hours. And another benefit, the Vitamin C will give your immune system a boost to help prevent another UTI flare-up in the next 48 hours.
Finally, if you choose to naturally cure your infection, it is important to know how to balance your body's pH levels with an alkaline ingredient. By supplementing the correct alkaline ingredient to your diet, you will have a fool-proof method for safely and effectively curing your urinary tract infection.
In the past 2 years, research has proven that by consuming acidic foods, flushing your urinary tract and balancing your pH levels; you can naturally treat your UTI in less than a day.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there any foods and drinks that can help dissolve kidney stones?
I have had neumonia accompanied by severe pain from kidney stones. I checked myself into the ER because I was running a fever. Presented my symtems to the nurses and the fact that I was unemployed and didn't have ensurance. That should be no problem because they are supposed to offer help anyways. The Dr. ended up telling me that I only had a virus that had been going around which I know isn't true. My prescription for that so called random virus was clear liquids and to stay away from all solid foods. Which my body seemed to know all along because that's all I craved. I got no antibiotics or anything. To top it off he totally ignored the severity of the pain in my kidney due to kidney stones. I'm not so sure if he could help me even if I offered to take out a loan to pay for additional help the very same week. So here I am still sick and in constant pain. I heard tales of people finding market bought foods and drinks that can dissolve kidney stones so they can be passed. Please help.
Try this site; it may help you, and I wish you a pain-free life very soon!
Does anyone know a home remedy to dissolve kidney stones?
I am looking for a home remedy that will dissolve kidney stones safely. The ingredients should be inexpensive and easy to find at a local market or health food store. Please send any instructions as to how to prepare the remedy as well. Thank you in advance.
Thank you everyone for your answers, plus thank you Mikki for the web address. I found a lot of good info. Also, Soul Doc, thanks and I will be intouch.
Homeopathic treatment for Kidney Stones :-
1. SILICEA 6X
2. KALI PHOS 6X
3. MAG PHOS 6X
4. CAL FLOUR 6X
Four tablets each of the above Cell Salts together with BERBERIS VULGARIS "Q" (Mother Tincture) 20 drops in a half a cup of hot water thrice a day half hour before or after meals will dissolve and cure Kidney Stones. Keep me posted about your progress after taking them for a week. Absolutely no side effects or complications.
Take care and God Bless you !
i have kidney stones. need a diet plan and what foods to avoid?
i know to limit my sodium and oxalate intake... i've looked up foods that are high in these, but some they are ok, and others not. what can i eat to naturally dissolve kidney stone, and to help with the pain? i know drink lots of water.. some say cranberry juice, but isn't that a dark fruit (high in oxalates)? don't understand. in need of help. i take lemon juice, but need a diet plan. can anyone help? please.
Cranberry juice has oxalates, but oxalates are a vast group of chemicals that have different properties. Nobody really knows which types of oxalates to avoid. It appears that oxalates in cranberry juice are molecules that are not biologically active, so they seem to circumvent the pathways where kidney stones form. This is not an established fact, but it is based on observations that cranberry juices seems to alleviate several kidney problems.
Kidney stone formation is a complex process influenced by many factors and there's only so much you can do to avoid things that seem to cause kidney stones. Kidneys stones occur primarily from an imbalance in dissolved minerals in the blood or urine. But beyond that, the cause of kidneys stones really isn't known. Oxalates are implicated because they are one of the primary chemicals found in stones, but the reason whey oxalates end up in kidney stones isn't known. A significant portion of the guidance for managing kidney stones is based on logical speculation that is weakly supported by actual results and many studies have conflicting results.
The most significant factor for managing kidney stones is adequate water intake. For everything else, the primary rule is to keep minerals, oxalates and vitamins at moderate levels. Extreme dietary restrictions are not shown to make more of a difference than moderate changes to reduce foods that might cause stone formation.
If you try to avoid all the foods that are high in oxalates, you would have to eliminate many of the foods that are recommended to avoid other health problems. The second link shows foods high in oxalates. If you look at the list, you can see that there aren't many foods left to eat if you try to avoid oxalates, so just keep things in moderation.
Treating kidney stones in cats: Medicated food?
My cat Tut has recently be diagnosed with kidney stones. The vet prescribed us some special dissolutionary cat food (Royal Canin Urinary SO canned cat food) to help manage/dissolve the stones... The only problem is he refuses to eat it! He will go on a hunger strike and lose weight if it's all I feed him. His old diet will only worsen the stones, so now I'm stuck.
My question is: does anyone know of a different kind/brand of cat food that works for dissolving kidney stones? I ordered some royal canin dry food to try soon. NOTE: they are NOT bladder stones.
Or has anyone had experience with herbal remedies for feline kidney stones? I'm just looking for any options at this point. Thank you in advance.
P.S. I've tried to make the current medicated food enticing by heating it up, mashing it, mixing it with water, all to no avail.
You are seeing one of the most difficult and frustrating things when your cat needs to be on a specific diet. The Royal Canin works for both struvite and oxalate crystals that can form. If only struvite treatment becomes much easier, since acidification works. But oxalate crystals are not soluble in water, nor can they be made soluble, so dietary approaches are required. And many cats form both types of crystals.
You can ask your vet about Hills feline c/d or Purina UR St/Ox. And there may be others specially formulated. Encouraging your cat to drink more is also useful, and often a fountain will do that.
For kidney stones versus bladder stones, see the link for more amplification of types of stones.
Can a kidney stone dissolve over time?
If you change you diet to low oxalate foods and drink juices high in citrate like lemon juice or lemon aid. can a kidney stone dissolve over time and just disappear? one dr. says no another says yes. who is right? i have a 5mm stone stuck in my ureter and 6 smaller ones in my kidney. The dr. wants to let it pass on its own but i don't think its moving. it has been two weeks. pain remains in the same place. i am worried about the 6 stones that are still in the kidney. x-ray only shows one 2mm stone 4 inches above the bladder. and no ware else. ct scan dose not show any stone near bladder and one 5 mm stone 4 inched below the kidney and 6 more in the kidney itself grouped in an area a 3mm x 8mm the stones them selves are 2mm or less. i don't have insurance and im unemployed. so i cant afford any kind of surgery. if i stick to my strict diet will stones go away or will i have to painfully pass every last one of them?
You might consider seeking a second opinion. The stones will not go away- especially the larger ones. The only way that you would not have to pass them is surgery, or some kind of medical intervention.