urinary tract infections

  1. Urinary tract infections can be STOPPED for good

    The REAL reason your UTIs keep coming back (And what to do)

    Your doc will blame your urinary tract infections (UTIs) on bacteria...

    And he’s partially right.

    But there’s something else that gets to share the blame here, too, and it’s not some microscopic little bug.

    It’s the very ANTIBIOTICS that are supposedly TREATING the infection.

    New research reveals how UTIs are actually BOLSTERED by antibiotics...making us prone to relapses more than ever before.

    Instead, I’ve got a foolproof plan you can use to CHASE those infections away and STOP them from coming back – once and for all!

    It’s proven to be just as effective as meds, WITHOUT the risks.

    But first, let’s take a look at WHY those persistent UTIs keep returning in the first place...

    It’s like a strength-training gym for germs

    Urinary tract infections are becoming difficult and downright impossible to treat, and it’s not because the germs are magically getting stronger on their own...

    It’s because your doctor is practically TRAINING them!

    He’s like Mickey putting Rocky Balboa through the paces before the big fight, helping to make them stronger and meaner...

    Instead of making the germs do one-armed pushups, he’s giving them a barrage of antibiotics, which is like putting them through practice fights.

    They get stronger with every course, learning to resist each drug over time.

    The result?

    A world champion of a germ… knocking YOU down for the count!

    A new study finds that if your UTI doesn’t respond quickly to the first drug your doc gives you, you’ve already got a stronger bug -- and your fight is heading for another round.

    You could suffer a relapse within just one week!

    The study also finds folks who relapse are more likely to get the wrong antibiotic next.

    Of course, in many cases, EVERY antibiotic is the “wrong” choice… because you DON’T always need drugs – and their nasty side effects -- to beat back the infections.

    How to END your UTIs once and for all

    Cranberry is often dismissed by mainstream docs.

    Don’t let them fool you...

    These tart little berries contain a potent compound called proanthocyanidins that can treat the bacteria behind UTIs the way Rocky handled Mr. T.

    There is a catch: If you rely on juices like Ocean Spray for your cranberry fix, you probably won’t get the results you’re looking for.

    But cranberry EXTRACT can do the trick.

    A study a few years back found that 500 mg of cranberry extract per day is JUST AS EFFECTIVE as an antibiotic for women with recurring urinary infections!

  2. Prevent urinary tract infections with cranberry

    How cranberries fight urinary infections

    You've got to feel at least a little bad for the poor cranberry. It's the Rodney Dangerfield of berries: It "don't get no respect"!

    Although pretty much ignored most of the year, cranberries are suddenly front-and-center on every table in the country around Thanksgiving.

    Then -- POOF! -- they're gone again.

    Now, the latest headlines are out to give the cranberry even LESS respect, claiming this time-tested, science-backed remedy for preventing urinary tract infections doesn't work.

    Researchers claim cranberry extract capsules won't do a thing to prevent UTIs in older women, who are prone to the infections.

    But don't throw out your cranberry extract just yet.

    The study focused on 147 senior women in nursing homes -- where UTIs are especially common -- who were given either capsules containing the main "active" compound found in cranberry or a placebo, and then were tracked for a full year.

    Sounds impressive, right?

    It would be -- if these were women truly prone to UTIs.

    But over the course of that year, almost no one developed infections with symptoms.

    Just 10 of the women given the cranberry extract capsules developed the infections, versus just 12 of those on the placebo -- a difference the researchers said isn't statistically significant.

    And maybe it isn't, but it's hard to draw any conclusions at all when 125 of the 147 women in the study (85 percent of the total) DIDN'T get infections either way.

    So let's look at the bigger picture here.

    Cranberries are loaded with proanthocyanidins, which stop the E. coli bacteria that causes most UTIs from sticking to the walls of the urinary tract.

    As a result, one study found that 500 mg of cranberry extract per day was as effective as the antibiotic trimethoprim in women with a history of UTIs.

    Cranberry has another advantage: Bacteria can't develop resistance to it.

    So, if you're prone to infection, don't limit your cranberry to Thanksgiving. Add it to your routine all year long -- just be sure to do it the right way.

    Cranberry sauce, cranberry juice, and even those horrible little "Craisins" are more sugar than cranberry. They have to be -- a cranberry without sugar is absolutely horrible.

    They're so tart that it's almost impossible to eat one without gagging.

    So, stick to a quality cranberry extract instead.

    For some extra muscle in the fight against UTIs, also consider probiotic supplements. In one study, probiotic supplements were about as effective as antibiotics at preventing recurring UTIs, but without the side effects or the risk of the bacteria developing resistance.

    Learn more in this free report from my House Calls archives.

  3. Cure urinary tract infections with cranberry

    Urinary tract infections don't always need antibiotics. Cranberry can also wipe out these infections... if you get the right stuff.
  4. Beat urinary tract infections with cranberry

    Urinary tract infections can strike without warning, but the latest research shows you can strike first: pure cranberry extract can cut your risk of a UTI in half.
  5. Stop taking antibiotics for UTI

    Men given longer antibiotic treatments have a higher risk of recurrence - making natural prevention more important than ever.
  6. Probiotics work as well as drugs at warding off UTIs

    Probiotics work almost as well as antibiotics for preventing urinary tract infections and come with none of the risks, according to the latest research.

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