What is a Urinary Tract Infection?
A urinary tract infections is when bacteria get into the urethra. This usually is more common in women then men, for the reason that it is easier to for a women to not wipe properly and spread bacteria into this area.
What is the symptoms of a Urinary tract infection?
Pain in the pelvis area and a need to go pee. If it has progressed further this can also lead to some kidney issues and pain.
What is the root cause of a Urinary tract infection?
The foundational problem with chronic UTI’s is an unhealthy gut microbiome which creates toxic chemical byproducts that are “burning” the bladder as they are expelled. A healthy microbiome absorbs the nutrients from food, and destroys, neutralizes and carries out toxic waste. When this natural system of digestion, absorption and excretion is thrown into a state of imbalance, your microbiome will have been overrun with pathogenic microbes—eating and thriving on the processed sugary food that comes along—and converts these foods into hundreds of toxic chemicals.
Then these toxic chemicals get into your bloodstream and go to all parts of your body and cause complete havoc wherever they land. You can take all the sulfa drugs and antibiotics in the world, but this will never fix the foundational problem of toxicity and your continual UTI’s. If you do not have a healthy microbiome, your digestive system becomes a source of toxicity to you instead of a source of nourishment, and you will have a river of chemical toxicity, microbes, allergens and heavy metals, etc., flowing from the gut into the bloodstream.
When these toxins leave the body, many of them leave through the urine. And when this toxic, acrid urine amasses in the bladder, it can cause chronic cystitis or UTI’s. This presents as a “bladder infection,” but it is not an infection at all; it is a CHEMICAL cystitis—caused by chemicals that were produced in your digestive tract, that got into the bloodstream and finished up in the urine. Your doctor might be puzzled because no infection will show up in a urinalysis. They cannot find a pathogen, elevated white blood cell count, or an infection. Yet you have bladder pain. Sometimes unbearable bladder pain. This can all be cleared up permanently by cleaning up the river of toxicity coming from your gut.
Is there anything natural I can do for a Urinary tract infection?
If you have been eating too much junk food and sugar, your bladder pH has been shifted, temporarily, to the alkaline side, and this can cause a lot of bladder pain and burning. If you take Cal-Amo or drink some Apple Cider Vinegar (although the Cal-Amo last hours in your body vs. Apple Cider Vinegar), the pH in your bladder will quickly switch more to the acidic side, and quickly reduce the pain. Also, if you take Calcium Lactate and Trace Minerals B12 on a regular basis, they will help to balance out your pH, they will not shift it to one side or the other. All the pH buffering systems are mineral dependent, so a mineral deficiency could be the cause of a pH imbalance also. Cranberry Complex will also help balance out the pH in your bladder.
You will also need to make your gut environment inhospitable for the toxic chemicals that have laid down residency so this chronic problem will be foundationally fixed. This is accomplished by doing GAPS, or at a minimum taking the supplements and following the instructions listed below.
Urinary Tract Infection ProtocolDr. Jack and Mary Stockwell, CGP, have a specific supplement protocol for Urinary Tract Infection, however, we do not recommend nutritional support for non-patients using generic protocols. To access our Patient-Only content on The Forbidden Doctor website, you must start by filling out our free Symptom Survey. Dr. Stockwell and his staff will review and provide customized supplement protocols for each new patient entering our practice. These personalized protocols will save you money immediately by guiding you to only the supplements you need. Once you are a patient who has been evaluated, you will be granted access to the Patient Portal and all of our Symptom Library protocols, including this one. There will also be a treasure trove of forbidden information that’s been kept from you for at least 90 years.
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