“Urology-Friendly” Recipes to Enjoy this Season

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 12 Oct 2016

As the leaves change colors and the weather cools, you might find yourself spending a little extra time indoors. This is a great chance to try some "urology-friendly" recipes with a fall theme.

There are healthy options for Halloween and Thanksgiving treats and feasts! For those with a sensitive bladder, or looking to improve prostate health, the Urology Care Foundation recommends these healthy choices.

Gingerbread and Pear Loaf

This recipe will make 1 loaf at 16 servings. It's a great choice for those who want an option that is heart (and prostate) healthy. ...more

Turkey Minestrone Soup

For another option that is not only tasty, but heart (and prostate) healthy, this recipe has roughly 120 calories, 1 gram of fat, and 13 grams of protein per serving. ...more

Cheese Witch's Brooms

Try this recipe if you have a sensitive bladder. It's made with mozzarella cheese, pretzel sticks and fresh chives. ...more

Cornbread-Broccoli Stuffing

This recipe is a favorite side-dish at Thanksgiving and is made with a host of ingredients that shouldn't bother a sensitive bladder. ...more

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