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Published: 17 years ago
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Re: extra news

I am sorry that you have stopped the UT. However, though I am new to the therapy, my research history, and learning capability is very good, so feel competent to make valid comments here.

When doing UT, what you eat effects the quality, and healing properties of your urine. Fish is the least reactive animal protien I have found, processed meat, ie hams, sausage, jerky, is about the worst. Carbs are a misunderstood concept of food, but Sugar, of any type, is a dangerous substance, responsible for the deaths of many thousands of people per year. Living without the stuff is very easy, providing you make changes to your desires.

A vegetarian diet, with some cheese, some yogurt, and no milk, is serving me very well indeed - my pee is not bitter, is only dark when I fail to drink sufficient water, and is giving me great health benefits.  This I discovered by process of elimination, taking from my diet, one thing per day, to see what would happen. I have not eaten any of the sugars for a long time, so have not had that addiction to worry about.

I would suggest that you do not abandon the therapy, but give it a rest for a short while, whilst you figure out your mind about the therapy, and eating.  In many places on the web, vegetarian diets are recommended for UT, sometimes very strongly - I have found that to ignore those warnings, reduces the effects of the therapy considerably.  If you can come to terms with a concept that UT is a much larger therapy than you thought, and see that eating habits are very much related, you would find greater success.  As your UT made an overwhelming urge to pee, I would take it as you having too much in it that you cannot use, and must evacuate.  Refining your diet to meet the standards of UT would rid your urine of these possible ingredients, and allow you to benefit from the therapy.

I would suggest purifying your food intake, to exclude all processed products (with many chemicals ingredients); to drastically cut down on animal protein, limiting it to poultry and fish, and then only occasionally; cease consuming any sugars (as the stuff is addictive, that takes time and effort); and eat low glycemic vegetables, instead of the starchy masses of carbs that is usual in modern diets.  That way, you will get only the best nutrients that your body will thank you for, and your urine content will be much purer, and contain things of benefit - that does reduce the urge to pee.

Unfortunately for me, the knowledge of food concerns is one of daily necessity - for years I have studied what happens when I eat different things, and now have a reasonable idea of what I should eat.  UT is an extension of that research, and for me is making a tremendous difference in my life - my temperament is much milder, with UT - I have gained a laid back attitude that is unusual to me, but very welcome. 

I feel that UT is part and parcel of the greater therapy of living well - changes need to made to more than your initial repulsion - food needs changing, drink needs changing, and lifestyle needs changing.  In other words, I feel that UT is not for the "get well without doing anything" crowd - small advantages may be felt with that approach, but the massive advantages come with the whole package deal.


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