Woman claims drinking her own PEE has made her healthier!

Health fads come and go, but here's one that you may want to give a miss!

You've heard the saying 'an apple a day keeps the doctor away', well how about a glass of PEE a day?

Meet yoga teacher Kayleigh Oakley from Kent, UK.

For the past few years Kayleigh has been drinking her own URINE and, she says, she's never felt better!

I was in India a few years ago and I came across it and I thought I'd give it a go!

Kayleigh Oakley

The practice, known today as urine therapy, dates back to ancient Rome, Greece, and Egypt and research suggests it has been used to treat everything from acne to cancer.

It's the first one of the morning and it's mid-stream. I drink it neat.

Kayleigh Oakely

So how does it taste? According to Kayleigh, not too bad.

I follow a raw vegan diet, so it doesn't really taste of much.

Kayleigh Oakley

And Kayleigh doesn't just drink it, she says she also uses her urine as a moisturiser.

Bottom's up!

Listen as Kayleigh explains how she got into urine therapy:


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