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I'm on antibiotics, what can I do to make sure my recovery is improved?

Make sure you take your antibiotics as prescribed and complete the course. If you experience any side effects, please call your doctor right away.

Ask the pharmacist for information on how to take and if there are any interactions with other medications or supplements you may be taking.

Diet is a key factor at this point.

  • Eat an alkaline diet: includes lots of leafy greens, vegetables such as broccoli, and asparagus; avoid acidic foods and drinks.

  • Low glycemic food such as blueberries.

  • Low to no gluten.

  • Low sugar diet.

  • Drink lots of water: at least half your weight in ounces. For example, if you weigh 140lbs, drink about 70 oz of water.

  • Green juice with ingredients such as: Celery, parsley, cucumber, green apple, lemon and ginger (adjust if some ingredients do not agree with you).

  • Vitamin D3 supplement: vitamin D is crucial for immunity and healing, especially for the bladder.

  • Plain yogurt for probiotics (avoid flavored and any added sugar).

Include a probiotic supplement to replenish the good bacteria flora.

Take at least 2 hours after taking antibiotics otherwise the antibiotic may counter any benefits of the probiotic. Please check with your practitioner.