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PinkMonkey

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Hi, does anyone know if there is anything similar to Prelief that can be bought in the UK? I'm thinking of buying some but I can only seem to find it on eBay and amazon and it's pretty expensive. Was just wondering if there was a UK equivalent that was worth buying.
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Hi PinkMonkey
Cannot give you any personal info as I have not used this product , however I found this on the COB website:: Hope it might be a help.

Prelief® – This product is a calcium glycerophosphate, a food-grade mineral classified as a dietary supplement, for use with acidic foods and beverages, it acts as an alkalising agent to enable some with IC/PBS to tolerate certain foods that may cause irritation. Prelief® comes in two forms, powder or tablets. It is available to purchase in the UK from http://www.nutricentre.com. COB members receive a 10% discount when purchasing this product. The COB Foundation conducted a Prelief® trial in 1998, for trial results please contact us (only available for members).

All of the above supplements can be purchased at most health food shops or via the internet.

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Hi

It's worth the money. I tried it last year in desperation and was amazed that it worked. It's changed my life. I,ve managed to put weight on as well.

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Hi,

 

Is Prelief ok to take if you're a diabetic?

 

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Thank you moderator Kate for sharing these information online. It was helpful for me though.
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Hi parker1212
Your more than welcome, we try our best to help

Do ask any questions and we will always try and help, I hope you find some very useful information from our Members, who will also offer their personal advice from similar problems, and always willing to impart their 'Trials and errors', which really does help the rest of us.

Also I would urge you to become a member

http://www.cobfoundation.org/page/membership-benefits.
http://www.cobfoundation.org/page/how-to-join-us

You will receive so much extra support and information to help you.

They will send you a wonderful information pack which you can also share with your friends and family, to help them understand.

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I have just purchased some prelief and started using it a few days ago with foods that would normally upset my bladder. So far I have found that I am not in the pain I am normally in when I eat. I've had a mince pie and salmon mouse which contains tinned fish and lemon. Still needing to urinate regularly but not suffering from the usual pains associated with these foods.
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Hi Toots
Excellent News , but don't over do it

Also remember if you become a member you can get 10% off
See this from the Web site.

Prelief® – This product is a calcium glycerophosphate, a food-grade mineral classified as a dietary supplement, for use with acidic foods and beverages, it acts as an alkalising agent to enable some with IC/PBS to tolerate certain foods that may cause irritation. Prelief® comes in two forms, powder or tablets. It is available to purchase in the UK from http://www.nutricentre.com. COB members receive a 10% discount when purchasing this product. Please contact the COB office for the product code to obtain your membership discount. The COB Foundation conducted a Prelief® trial in 1998, for trial results please contact us (only available for members).


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