By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 12 Dec 2018
If you have a sensitive bladder, you will not have to miss tasty foods this Holiday season.
Take advantage of the extra time you spend inside this winter and make some tasty meals that won't bother a sensitive bladder. Some of the best cool-weather recipes are simple to make and well worth the effort. We've got some great ideas for festive and tasty treats.
Consider trying these recipes if you struggle with symptoms of Interstitial Cystitis (IC) or Overactive Bladder (OAB). These recipes are perfect for this holiday season, but can also be enjoyed year-round. The following recipes are made with ingredients less likely to irritate a sensitive bladder:
This easy-to-follow recipe is a tasty and buttery sweet snack. It's great to enjoy it while taking care of your bladder health. ...more
Banana Almond Smoothie
This recipe combines the great taste of bananas and almonds in a healthy smoothie. It's a great treat for those with bladder issues such as IC or OAB. ...more
Candy Cane Cupcakes
These treats are tempting and yummy to enjoy for the holiday season and beyond. These cupcakes provide a safe bet for those who have OAB and IC. ...more
Blueberry Streusel Scones
These tasty treats are perfect to enjoy first thing in the morning during the holidays. They're also a safe bet for those with bladder health issues. ...more
Sensitive Bladder Tips
While a healthy diet is key, did you know stress could affect your bladder health too? With conditions such as IC, understanding the origins of your stress, and how to minimize it, is a great way to limit the intensity of your flares.
With a sensitive bladder, it is vital to know which foods are more likely to irritate your bladder and which ones are more likely to soothe. Some foods can worsen urinary incontinence. To learn more, read about 10 bladder-friendly foods.
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