Got the UTI blues? Wondering why they keep coming back to ruin your day? Don’t worry, the universe doesn’t hate you and just getting bummed about it isn’t going to help anything. You know what will very likely help though? Listening in to this episode as Tony, Will and Kinna talk about the body chemistry imbalances that can make your internal terrain more susceptible to UTIs. You’ll learn about some really powerful, natural supplements that work for a huge number of people very quickly. You’ll also learn about diet and supplement strategies you can implement to minimize the chances of UTIs from coming back.
In this Episode You’ll Learn About
- D-mannose as a highly effective supplement that has proven to wipe out UTIs in a large % of cases.
- How an elevated urine pH and various body chemistry imbalances can make you more susceptible to UTIs.
- How to use vitamin C as ascorbic acid to keep your urinary tract pH lower, making you less susceptible to the common causes of UTIs.
- How to look at your own body chemistry using the Urine DipStick Test to detect indication of a UTI as well as to track your progress as you fight off the UTI
Links Mentioned in this Episode
- Urine Dip Stick Self Test Video Demo
- Our Digestive Issues Course
- D-Mannose & Vitamin C as ascorbic acid
Show Transcription – UTIs & Bladder Infections
T.C. Hale is not a doctor and does not claim to be a doctor, licensed in any type of medical field. Don’t be an idiot and use anything heard on this show as medical advice. This information should be used for educational purposes only and you should contact your doctor for any medical advice. Now get off me.
Kinna: Welcome to Kick It Naturally, I’m Kinna McInroe, and I’m here with T.C Hale, author, health expert, trainer, producer, and, what else do you got, over there?
Tony: I got the music in me.
Kinna: All right, he’s got the music in him. All right, and we also have here today, hottie patottie Will Schmidt, who smells delicious.
Tony: I was hiking the other day, and ran by some guy that had Will’s cologne, and I was like that guy was rubbing on Will or something.
Tony: No? He wasn’t? All right, no problem, no accusations there.
Will: Not that there’s anything wrong with that, just no.
Kinna: Not for you? Ok, All right.
Tony: What are we doing today?
Kinna: Different strokes, different folks, people. Today we’re gonna be talking about bladder and urinary track infections, which can be a pain in the butt.
Tony: Yeah, that’s a good time topic.
Will: Well, maybe not in the butt.
Tony: Well, there is some pain in there.
Kinna: In the urinary tract.
Tony: Right, right.
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