The bladder is a critical component of the urinary tract. An essential pear-shaped organ, the kidneys contain urine until it is excreted from the body. Depending on how much liquid it's carrying, the bladder's length can range from two inches to nearly six.
Here are five meals that, according to WebMD, can help clear the bladder and remove infections:
Garlic is an excellent strategy to prevent UTIs and maintain a healthy bladder. There are numerous ways to enjoy garlic, and it is a fantastic accompaniment to a wide range of home-cooked meals. It can also be used as a tasty salad or vegetable dressing, as well.
A combination of potassium and fiber in bananas can help you maintain regular bowel movements and eliminate waste from your system. The pressure on your urinary system may increase if you don't have regular bowel movements. As a result of the increased pressure, it is possible that the patient would develop persistent urinary issues. Non-acidic bananas don't irritate the urinary tract while still providing the nutrients necessary for a healthy diet.
3. Berries Berries are one of the best fruits to eat often because of their high antioxidant content and low sugar level. For bladder health, cranberries are the most commonly used berry type. But other berry types also have similar effects. In order to assist your bladder fight bacteria, eat a lot of fruits and vegetables high in vitamin C, like strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries.
For their high protein and heart-healthy fat content, nuts are a wonderful source of nutrition. Nuts, for the most part, are safe for consumption, however some nuts may cause irritation to the bladder. For the best variety, stick to nuts like almonds, cashews, and peanuts.
Potatoes are fifth on the list.
Choosing potatoes as your comfort food is the best way to avoid irritating your bladder. Because of their versatility, they're perfect for the changing seasons. Because there are over 4,000 types of potatoes in existence, you can experiment with a wide variety of flavors. Sweet potatoes and regular russet potatoes are the best for your bladder.
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