Everything you eat and drink has an effect on your body and consequently on your urine. The healthier your dietary habits are, the better your urine will taste. Urine therapy in itself does not perform miracles. Unless you provide your body with the essential nutrients, it will not possess the raw materials needed to maintain good health. If you eat healthily and consciously, your urine will contain many essential nutrients which can be reused. Even so, the body may have a deficiency of certain nutrients if they are not supplemented by a complete range of foods. In the long run, this may result in illnesses and ailments. The human body is not made to digest and absorb the many harmful additives to which we are now days exposed. Chemical products and radiation added to food products have been proven to be harmful. The recommended range of foods consists of fresh vegetables and fruit, whole grains, seeds, nuts, bean, natural sweeteners such as honey, and a limited use of dairy products.
It is advisable to follow a vegetarian diet during intensive application of
urine therapy. This means that it is best for you to refrain from eating all
meat and dairy products, or at least reduce this to a mini-mum, especially if
you practice the therapy for an extended period of time. This also applies if
you are fasting or if you drink several glasses of urine per day. If you
continue to eat meat, you probably have a high concentration of nitrogen wastes,
uric acids and other acidic substances in your urine, which are not helpful when
reinvested in these large amounts. A surplus of these substances in the blood
can lead to an abnormally high degree of acidity. The body consequently
acidifies, creating a breeding ground for illnesses. The above mentioned
substances in high concentrations cause the urine to taste extremely unpleasant.
If you wish to keep eating meat, the best meat products are fish and fowl, free
of hormones. Avoid foods containing refined flour products, white sugar and
white rice. These nutrients also acidify the blood and body. Avoid processed
& radiated foods, and foods which contain colorings or flavorings.
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