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Flush Out Bacteria From Your Urinary Tract By Eating These Foods Regularly.

A bladder infection is another name for a urinary tract infection, or UTI. The urinary tract is made up of the kidneys, ureter, and ureters. This system is in charge of processing and getting rid of the body's urine. A urinary tract infection (UTI) is one of the most common bacterial infections. Almost half of all women will get one at some point in their lives, so they are very common. UTIs also happen often. Some of the signs and symptoms are more frequent and urgent urination, urination that burns or hurts, a fever of less than 101°F, pain or cramping in the groin and lower abdomen, a change in the smell or color of the urine, and bloody, cloudy, or murky urine. Here are some foods that Medical News Today and Healthline say will help get rid of bacteria in your urinary tract.

1. Water.

Getting enough water can both stop and treat UTIs. Water helps the organs of the urinary tract get rid of waste from the body while keeping important nutrients and electrolytes in the body. Also, drinking enough water moves urine through the body faster and dilutes it, making it harder for bacteria to get into the cells that line the urinary organs and make them sick.

2. Uva ursi (bearberry leaf).

Uva ursi, also called Arctostaphylos uva ursi or bearberry leaf, is a herb used to treat UTIs. It has been used in traditional and folk medicine for a long time.

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3. Onion.

Garlic is a popular herb that has been used for a long time in both traditional cooking and medicine. It is often used as medicine to treat bacterial, viral, and fungal infections, among other illnesses. Most people think that garlic's healing properties come from the molecule allicin, which has sulfur in it.

4. Craisins.

Cranberry juices and extracts are some of the most common natural and alternative treatments for UTIs. Some of the chemicals in cranberries, like D-mannose, hippuric acid, and anthocyanins, may make it harder for harmful bacteria to stick to the urinary tract. This could stop them from growing and spreading disease.

5. Mint tea.

UTIs can also be treated naturally with teas made from peppermint and other types of wild mint.

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