What is D-Mannose?
D-Mannose is found naturally as a sugar in many fruits such as cranberries, apples, peaches and berries. It has the unique property that it does not impact on blood sugar because it is filtered through the kidneys and not metabolised like a lot of sugars. It is excellent in treating bladder infections.
How does it work?
D-mannose works to filter out impurities by preventing certain kinds of bacteria sticking to the wall of the urinary tract thus preventing infection. D-mannose then works to stick to the bacteria which is then expelled out of the body providing a hassle free cleansing process.
Urinary Tract and Bladder Support
D-Mannose is effective in fighting against a lot of pesky bladder issues such as Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) and Cystitis. Through the processes described, many who suffer bladder problems have found relief from the pain, discomfort and disturbance of infections by taking D-Mannose supplements going on to leading a healthier lifestyle.
Who is it Ideal For?
Urinary Tract Infection sufferers
Sufferers of cystitis
Those taking cranberry juice to promote bladder health
Those who want to keep bladder infections at bay.
We are confident of the quality of our tablets and that you’ll get positive results. D-Mannose could be what you need to take to enjoy a happier, healthier life free from the discomfort of persistent bladder problems. Order your bottle today and start feeling the benefits right away!
- D-Mannose is a simple sugar found in fruits such as cranberries and is helpful in preventing Urinary Tract Infections and can relieve sufferers from the pain, discomfort and disruptive nature UTI can cause.
- Often can fight off Cystitis and keeps it at bay removing the intense attacks Cystitis can cause.
- D-Mannose is extremely effective in maintaining good bladder health by filtering out any harmful substances from the bladder.
- Many sufferers have reported that D-Mannose is more effective than prescribed pills for bladder related problems.
- Manufactured in the UK to Meet High Standards and GMP Guidelines.