The link between recurring UTI’s and a impaired gut health.
Urinary tract infections are quite common, and I’m sure you know someone who experiences UTI’s on a regular basis.
While some UTI’s can be caused by poor hygiene, most UTI’s are actually caused by the transfer of E. coli bacteria from the intestinal tract to the urinary tract.
But how does the E.coli transfer from the intestinal tract to the urinary tract? Increased intestinal permeability (a damaged gut lining)
The conventional treatment for UTI’s are antibiotics. Although antibiotics may offer short term relief, long term – they may actually be doing more harm than good.
When you take an antibiotic to fight an infection – it wipes out all good and bad bacteria.
It is not uncommon for bad bacteria to flourish again.
Not only can these bacteria become resistant to the antibiotics (which means they will eventually stop working), but these antibiotics can also more damage the gut lining – allowing more harmful particles through.
If you are someone who experiences recurring UTI’s, I highly recommend checking out “The Hormone Reboot – Digestive Healing” in the guide section of my website.