How to Do a Urinary Tract Cleanse. Urinary tract infections are one of the most common health problems today. They affect as many as one 1 out of every 5 women as well as a significant number of men. Symptoms include painful urination, pressure in the bladder and occasional fevers. Undergoing a urinary tract cleanse by taking herbal supplements and by eating a restricted diet may help you avoid kidney and urinary tract infections and promote kidney and bladder health. Follow these steps to learn more.

Plan Your Urinary Tract Cleanse

Choose a time to do your urinary cleanse that will not affect your everyday routine. Since you'll be drinking a lot of water, you'll be urinating often. Don't do this cleanse while traveling.

Consider doing a colon cleanse and a parasite cleanse before you begin your urinary tract cleanse. You may get better results. Read more about these cleanses at CureZone.com (see Resources below).

Select a multi-vitamin before you begin your cleanse. Many vitamins and nutrients can be flushed out when you drink a lot of water. Vitamins made from all-natural ingredients may be more expensive; but it's believed they're more readily absorbed by the body.

Do Your Urinary Tract Cleanse

Drink plenty of water during your urinary tract cleanse. This will be the key to your success. Many alternative health experts believe in using "The Water Cure." Every day on "The Water Cure," you're supposed to drink your weight in ounces. For example, if you weigh 150 pounds, you should drink 150 ounces of water--or, a little over a gallon.

Avoid caffeine and alcohol during your cleanse, as well as any type of refined salt. These items can dehydrate you.

Eat only healthy, organic foods that have not been processed, like fruits and vegetables, whole grains, fish and other lean meats. Avoid saturated fats, hydrogenated oils, and sugar.


Before starting any type of body cleanse, you should consult your physician and discuss the potential side effects as well as the benefits. This especially holds true if you're being treated for a specific medical condition. Some natural supplements can interact negatively with prescription drugs. Discontinue the cleanse and seek immediate medical attention if severe side effects, like gastrointestinal distress, become too painful.