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How to stop Urinary Tract Infections

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Oxalates may contribute to:
bladder pain; interstitial cystitis; urinary tract infection

Oxalates has many detrimental effects
on human body
-thousands of testimonials from those
who have seen dramatic benefits from
~urinary tract infections
~bladder pain
~interstitial cystitis
~frequent urination
when they go on low oxalate diet:
“Trying Low Oxalates” group; run by Susan Owens

Oxalate enters blood stream, goes to kidneys
-ideally then to bladder, passed out through urine
-crystals may deposit in kidney & in bladder

Oxalate crystals adhere to epithelial cells
-(lining of bladder & mucous membranes)
-causing oxidative stress & irritation

Several clients saw immediate benefits
for their bladder issues
-with low oxalate foods
-and magnesium citrate supplements

Must examine health of tissue lining urinary tract
-if healthy, not good environment for bacteria to thrive
-with UTI, why is this environment allowing infection to happen?

In mucous membrane: enough immunoglobulin A being secreted?
-immune cell responsible to battle that infection
Local stress depleting resources, compromising immunity?

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