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    Smile Inteterstitial Cystitis diet anyone have any receipes?

    Recently in the past couple months found out I have this and havent found any good recipes ,I am hoping there might be some one who might share that have some?

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    Not specific recipes but I researched your diet and it is found on the Mayo clinic website. Created from the Mediterranean diet used by Dr. Andrew Weil. or Dr Oz.
    www.eatingwell.com
    http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/med...n-diet/CL00011
    http://www.drweil.com/
    http://www.realage.com/


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    f you type in "healthy" at the recipe search this site has 332 hits.
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    I had not heard of this before so I took a quick look on Yahoo, and they is tons of info on this problem and it looks like you may be able to find some recipes there. Maybe someone else here has something for you, sorry I can not be of more help. I see Karen got to post just before me. She is the Queen of research.

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    Thanks Karen & BasilRock ! I have found one yummy soup receipee ! I made the chicken rosmary soup and it was awesome! I made up triple the recipee and froze it in small containers for later as I cannot eat can soup cauuse of IC , I froze it without the noodles which IO will cook the noodles thast goes in it when I thaw out the soup so noodles wont be soggy and mushy

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    You could add garlic/ginger or a touch of turmeric. These are good for anti-inflammatory diets.

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    I have tried garlic but it sets off pain even though it is suppose to be bladder friendly, I havent tried the tureric as of yet but will.

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    Sub. shallots for garlic it is the weakest of the allium family

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    Bladder trouble can be so uncomfortable. I have suffered with it, too from time to time. Lots of water helps. A folk remedy is cranberry juice. Sometimes a tsp of baking soda in an 8 oz. glass of water and sipped throughout the day is helpful.

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    Thanks for your help Brigid. Good advise for those of us that are unfamiliar.

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    i highly suggest ginger even in capsule form

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