Goodbye to Painful Bladder Caused By Acidic Foods


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Acidic foods can trigger Interstitial Cystitis (A.K.A painful bladder). Citrus fruits and Vitamin C contain high acidity levels, but so do tomatoes, coffee, tea, carbonated and alcoholic beverages, spicy foods, artificial sweeteners, and some fruit juices. While these foods can be tasty, they can trigger painful bladder symptoms and totally ruined your sex life. [1]

Did You Know?

Stomach acid defends against outside bacteria. Without the acid, ingested bacteria would survive and contaminate the esophagus and lungs. Bacteria would also find its way toward the intestinal track or kidney, leaving the body vulnerable to respiratory, intestinal, or kidney infections..

Scientists remain perplexed by how and why acidic foods trigger bladder pain, but research suggests that avoiding these delicious acidic foods can result in pain reduction.  [2]

Enjoy the foods you love. If you suffer from painful bladder symptoms, try consuming the remedy below before eating acidic foods. Calcium Glycerophosphate or Sodium Bicarbonate reduce a food’s acidity level, and with the organic minerals safe to consume, both organic minerals make for an ideal remedy.  [1] [2]

Take preventive measure to neutralize food intake by using special formulated Calcium Phosphorous tablets or granulate powder. Avoid using any acid blocking drugs that can shut down the activity of your stomach’s acid. It is essential that stomach acid remain acidic for good digestion and defense against bacteria.

What to get


Prelief Granulate Powder - 4.7 oz, (AkPharma)
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Powder

Reference: 
^1 Bassaly, Renee DO; Downes, Katheryne MPH; Hart, Stuart MD, Dietary Consumption Triggers in Interstitial Cystitis/Bladder Pain Syndrome Patients, Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery: January/February 2011 - Volume 17 - Issue 1 - pp 36-39.
^2 Jennifer R. Hill, Ginger Isom-Batz, Georgia Panagopoulos, Kay Zakariasen, Elizabeth Kavaler, Patient Perceived Outcomes of Treatments Used for Interstitial Cystitis, Urology, Volume 71, Issue 1 , Pages 62-66, January 2008.


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Aria posted on Mon, 05/06/2013 - 15:15
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I used to eat a bunch of acidic food. I was even on that grapefruit diet where it was all you ate. Along with that I was a big fanatic of spicy foods. I would eat the spiciest sauce and also the spiciest wings ever. I started experiencing bladder pain and it was ruining me. I would be in so much pain that everytime I tried to have sex it felt as if I was being stabbed by 100 needles. After that I started to really take precaution into what I ate and what I put on my food. What really helped me out with all the bladder pain was calcium phosphorus. The pain is now gone. I feel so much better!
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