ODOUR AND COLOUR OF URINE

Urine in healthy people is odourless. The smell of ammonia is associated with the presence of diabetes and the smell of urea with impaired nitrogen balance - for example if you have consumed plenty of foods rich in proteins the previous day (beans, eggs, sheep yogurt, etc.) as foaming of urine is incidental effect which passes in a few days. Urine colour should be as lighter as possible and even transparent. Dark urine may indicate diseases of various kinds but mostly means you do not drink enough water.

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