No eBook available Amazon. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Great writing, love the literary ,how can I get your book,Im a pee drinker for 5 years straight ,never went back,nor I willEmail me.
If you have any opinions on the matter, however, feel free to chime in. Last June, I was on a backpacking trip with Columbia Sportswear and a handful of other journalists. At around 2am the first night out, I had to hit the restroom, which was a tree about yards out from where we slept.
Wow, I did not expect to come into work today and write about this one; could drinking your urine actually be good for your health? Essentially, Boy's school of thought is that drinking toxins contained in urine will produce antibodies to fight off future infections and nasties. The practice believes that like cures like.
Pee can be a window to your overall health. It provides vital information about your kidney and heart health, and your liver function. And the amount of bathroom trips you take can also signal health issues: Infrequent urination could indicate dehydration or even a kidney problem. The rest is 2.
Home Urinary Tract Infections. Having to go all the time can be really annoying. You could also try these 10 home remedies for a UTI.
Say hello to the latest health fad - it's even yellower than a turmeric latte, and more bitter than a charcoal lemonade. While drinking your own pee seems like the kind of thing you'd only do if you were trapped up a mountain or stranded in a desert somewhere, it looks like some people have started gulping down the golden stuff in the privacy of their own homes. And give it a go she did.
If you find you have to go a lot more frequently, learning how to hold your pee can help. Holding your pee for too long can be harmful for you. It can allow excess bacteria to build up in your bladder and can contribute to urinary tract infections.
Even Ms Paltrow would draw the line with this debased health fad. To backtrack a little, this is my first cup of a week-long challenge embracing the ancient health practice of urotherapy. But, here and now, confronted by a cup of my warm piss, my only thoughts are how the hell am I actually going to do this? Anyone fancy a Marga-wee-ta?
Welcome to " Explain Your Letter ," a feature wherein we choose an interesting letter published in Newsweek decades ago and track down its writer to ask for an explanation of what he or she wrote. This installment stars Arun Gandhi, a self-described "peace farmer" and direct descendant of Mohandas Gandhi. In the summer ofNewsweek published a short and sweet err, salty trend piece about a new fad: drinking urine.
A WOMAN who has been drinking her own pee and rubbing it on her face for over a decade claims it improves her skin and overall health. Ruby Karyo says she started gulping down her morning urine and spritzing it on her face - known as "urine therapy" - when she was The mum-of-one said she pees into a travel spray bottle and then sprays it into her hands before running it onto her face.