Prescriptions for Nutritional Healing, Third Edition, the nutritional reference guide for alternative health care practioners, describes a protocol of supplements to help control urinary tract infection and maintain healthy kidney function. Take the list along to show your doctor before starting any new protocol of supplements. It just may be that he or she will have learned something from you. The list of supplements reads as follows:
- Probiotics: acidophilus to replant friendly bacteria.
- Coenzyme A: acts as an antioxidant and removes harmful substances from the body.
- Vitamin B6, choline, and inositol: to reduce fluid retention.
- Vitamin C with bioflavonoids: acidifies the urine, boosts immune system, and aids healing.
- Calcium: for proper mineral balance.
- Magnesium: for water absorption.
- L-Arginine: for kidney disease.
- L-Methionine: for improved kidney circulation.
- Lecithin granules: for nephritis.
- Multienzyme complex: for proper digestion.
- Multimineral complex: corrects mineral depletion common with kidney disease.
- Potassium: kidney stimulant.
- Vitamin A: to heal urinary tract lining.
- Vitamin B complex: overall support and for nephritis.
- Vitamin E: promotes immune function.
- Zinc: An important inhibitor of crystallization and crystal growth.
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