Santa Monica, CA – A proven dietary treatment for urinary problems can eliminate the need for costly medications, surgeries and treatments.

Dr. Milton Krisiloff, a board certified urologist, found in a study that there is a correlation between diet and prostatitis. In many cases, the troubling symptoms can be linked to distinct ingredients in specific foods and beverages. These elements lead to an “allergic-like” reaction responsible for inflammation in male prostates and female urethras.

During Dr. Krisiloff’s 12-week study, patients were asked to follow a simple diet that required no special foods. Specifically, people were asked to eliminate caffeine, chocolate, alcohol and spicy foods from their daily meals. The results showed that 87 percent of men with prostatitis were cured. Additionally, women with incontinence and children who suffer from bedwetting can benefit from Dr. Krisiloff’s findings.

While it is estimated that 50 percent of men experience prostatitis problems during a lifetime, the same troubles can plague women. Symptoms include frequent urination, feelings of discomfort, bedwetting, lower abdominal pain, burning, pain during and after intercourse, and testicular discomfort in men. Antibiotics are frequently used as an attempt to cure such concerns.

For the last 20 years, Dr. Krisiloff has set forth to eliminate the inflammatory process which leads to disconcerting urinary problems. As a result of his efforts and research, more than 2,000 men and women have found relief.

For more information about Dr. Krisiloff’s research or to arrange for an interview, please contact Suzi Bruno or Jim Llewellyn at PRIME L.A., (818) 995-1290.