$8.00 Learn how you can figure out your personal trigger foods to create meal plans that don't compromise your nutritional status. This is the most basic information that EVERYONE with IC and OAB needs!
$5.00 Feeling fine one minute and flaring the next? Excerpted from Customizing the Interstitial Cystitis Diet, this digital book covers menu ideas, pantry staples, and other lifestyle hints to help you feel better.
$8.00 Stress plays a major role in managing your bladder symptoms. Not only does living with a chronic and often painful disease cause it's own share of stress, stress itself can initiate and magnify bladder symptoms. This article contains cutting edge information about the mind/body connection, and will give you numerous practical suggestions on how YOU can help yourself!
$5.00 Interstitial cystitis and OAB patients often are confused about what to drink. Add to that the limited options for bladder friendly foods and it definately can be tricky to get your fluids in for the day. In addition to water, milk, and certain herbal teas, here are some recipes that are sure to quench your thirst!
$5.00 Taken from Confident Choices: A Cookbook for Interstitial Cystitis and Overactive Bladder, this article gives you ten basic recipes that you can modify in numerous ways for creative and nutritious breakfast meals. Enjoy!
$5.00 Breads and baked goods are usually bladder friendly. If you are looking for something fresh, made without preservatives or artificial flavors and other ingredients, these recipes are for you! Let's get baking!
$5.00 Finally, an answer to the question, "What can I put on my salad?" Adapted from Confident Choices: A Cookbook for Interstitial Cystitis and Overactive Bladder, this article gives bladder patients some great suggestions for modifying some family favorites.
$5.00 If you have a chronic illness, the tasks at the end of a day can often seem overwhelming. Fortunately, with a little bit of planning, balancing your evening activities does not mean you will have to give up home-cooked meals. Here are some ideas to get you started!
$5.00 Although canned soups can contain problematic ingredients, homemade soups are easy and affordable ways to get great nutrition in a one pot meal. Whether you make your soup on the stove or in a slow cooker, your home will be filled with wonderful aromas that will make cooking and eating fun again!
$5.00 Vegetables are not only rich in nutrients and antioxidants, but most of them are safe on an interstitial cystitis diet. Vegetables are also versatile elements of a healthy diet. Eat them raw or cooked, or throw them in a blender to add powerful nutrients to your smoothies.
$5.00 All meals deserve a sweet ending, but when you can't have chocolate, lemon, and many fruits, your choices may seem limited as you try to satisfy that sweet tooth. Well, get ready to dust off that mixer and dig out your mixing bowls, because you are in for a real "treat."
$28.00 *Book NOT Digital This easy to use workbook can help you determine your personal food triggers and help you modify your diet without compromising nutritional status. Bonus sections include information on nutrition supplements, food intake and voiding diaries, and planning sheets.
$28.00 *Book NOT Digital Over 200 recipes including main dishes, vegetables, soups, salads, breakfast foods, desserts, and beverages. Includes dozens of practical meal planning and food preparation hints.
$20.00 *Book NOT Digital This book provides in-depth information to help dietitians and nurses who provide diet counseling to bladder disease patients. Learn about the history of interstitial cystitis, what works in diet modification and what doesn’t, and how to counsel patients at various stages of the disease.
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