Hi, Thanks for your query, Increasing fluid intake: This may work by washing out organisms in the tract, making it more difficult for pathogens to adhere or stay in close proximity to human cells.
Not delaying in emptying the bladder (urination): This has the same effects of increasing fluid intake and helps the bladder reduce the number of pathogens that may reach the bladder.
Eating cranberries or blueberries or drinking their unsweetened juice: These berries contain antioxidants
that may help the immune system, and some investigators suggest they contain compounds that reach the urine and reduce the adherence of pathogens to human cells.
Eating pineapple: Pineapple contains bromelain that has anti-inflammatory properties that may reduce UTI symptoms.
Taking vitamin C: Vitamin C may function to increase urine acidity to reduce bacterial growth
Regards , Dr.sharmila