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UTI Slip D-Mannose Veggie Capsules 90 Count (500 MG)

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UTI Slip D Mannose Veggie Capsules for Urinary Tract Infection (UTI). UTI Slip is also available in a powdered form, that mixes easily with water or juice. Click here for UTI Slip D-Mannose Powder.

Serving size: 2 to 3 veggie caps. Suggested use for an adult with an infection: Day 1, one serving with 6 oz. water every 2 hours, maximum of seven servings. Day 2, one serving with 6 oz. water every 3 hours, maximum of five servings. Day 3, one serving with 6 oz. water every 4 hours, maximum of three servings. Suggested use for daily maintenance: One serving daily with 6 oz. of water.

90 Veggie caps per bottle - 500mg per Capsule

UTI Slip D Mannose Safe. Effective. Fast. Affordable. Treat urinary tract infections without the use of traditional antibiotics. We unconditionally guarantee our UTI Slip D Mannose!

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How does UTI Slip D Mannose treat Bladder & Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)?

Urinary Tract Infections are treated safely and quickly without the use of antibiotics. The problem with traditional antibiotics is that they kill bacteria indiscriminately. There are over 1,000 species of "good bacteria" in the human body - each with their own "job" to do. UTI Slip D Mannose treats urinary tract infection (UTI) quickly and safely by causing the bacteria to be flushed right out of your body. No bacteria, no infection.

We have assembled a complete website on this topic if you'd like to learn more about UTI Slip D Mannose.


For the first time, researchers have found a person in the United States carrying a bacteria resistant to antibiotics of last resort, an alarming development that the top U.S. public health official says could mean "the end of the road" for antibiotics.

The antibiotic-resistant strain was found last month in the urine of a 49-year-old Pennsylvania woman. Department of Defense researchers determined that she carried a strain of E. coli resistant to the antibiotic colistin, according to a study published Thursday in Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, a publication of the American Society for Microbiology. The authors wrote that the discovery "heralds the emergence of a truly pan-drug resistant bacteria."

Colistin is the antibiotic of last resort for particularly dangerous types of superbugs, including a family of bacteria known as CRE, which health officials have dubbed "nightmare bacteria." In some instances, these superbugs kill up to 50 percent of patients who become infected. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has called CRE among the country's most urgent public health threats.


CDC Director Tom Frieden

It's the first time this colistin-resistant strain has been found in a person in the United States. Last November, public health officials around the globe reacted with alarm when Chinese and British researchers reported finding the colistin-resistant strain in pigs, raw pork meat and in a small number of people in China. The deadly strain was later discovered in Europe and elsewhere.

"It basically shows us that the end of the road isn't very far away for antibiotics that we may be in a situation where we have patients in our intensive-care units, or patients getting urinary tract infections for which we do not have antibiotics," CDC Director Tom Frieden in an interview Thursday.

"I've been there for TB patients. I've cared for patients for whom there are no drugs left. It is a feeling of such horror and helplessness," Frieden added. "This is not where we need to be."

CDC officials are working with Pennsylvania health authorities to interview the patient and family to identify how she may have contracted the bacteria, including reviewing recent hospitalizations and other healthcare exposures. CDC hopes to screen the patient and other contacts to see if others might be carrying the organism. Local and state health departments will also be collecting cultures as part of the investigation.

Scientists and public health officials have long warned that if the resistant bacteria continue to spread, it could seriously limit available treatment options. Routine operations could become deadly. Minor infections could become life-threatening crises. Pneumonia could be more and more difficult to treat.

Already, doctors had been forced to rely on colistin as a last-line defense against antibiotic-resistant bacteria. The drug is hardly ideal. It is more than half a century old and can cause serious damage to a patient's kidneys. And yet, because doctors have run out of weapons to fight a growing number of infections that evade more modern antibiotics, it has become a critical tool in fighting off some of the most tenacious infections.

Bacteria develop antibiotic resistance in two ways. Many acquire mutations in their own genomes that allow them to withstand antibiotics, although that ability can't be shared with pathogens outside their own family.

Other bacteria rely on a shortcut: they get infected with something called a plasmid, a small piece of DNA, carrying a gene for antibiotic resistance. That makes resistance genes more dangerous because plasmids can make copies of themselves and transfer the genes they carry to other bugs within the same family as well as jump to other families of bacteria, which can then "catch" the resistance directly without having to develop it through evolution.

The colistin-resistant E. coli found in the Pennsylvania woman has this type of resistance gene.

Customer Reviews
Rating Really Works
I'm prone to UTI's my whole life, and this is the only thing that works, and prevents. The active ingredient is a tasteless white powder, slightly sweet glyco-nutrient, which is the effective ingredient in cranberries and blueberries. I take 2-3x a day when I need, and otherwise I just take a small spoon 1x a week as I remember to prevent.
  Reviewed by:   from Maine.
Rating retired
After suffering chronic UTI's for many years and having had a complete Urological workup, a friend told me about UTI Slip D-Mannos. I started on this product 8 months ago and haven't had a single UTI since. The previous year I was on antibiotics once a month. What a life changer this product has been for me!
  Reviewed by:   from Lakeside, Arizona.
Rating I HIGHLY recommend this product
I've been using your D-Mannose for about six years, and have only had a couple of bladder infections, rather than my six a year!! I feel so fortunate to have had a friend recommend it! I also feel much better internally and like that I've saved myself many doses of antibiotics. I have researched the product very well, and I can stay on this product throughout a lifetime, which is great to know. Your customer service has also been wonderful.
  Reviewed by:   from Pittsburgh, PA.
Rating Administrative Associate
I been using this product since 2006 and it wors great..I also have my Mother and babysitter using it as well!! I recommend this all women to prevent UTI's!!
  Reviewed by:   from 1200 Travis, Houston Tx 77002.
Rating I love the product
Dear Ellen, Sixty three years ago I came home from my honeymoon with my first uti. I thought I was dying. Three children and many romantic evenings and trips later, I found the answer to the years of misery I had been experiencing. Ten years ago I found your website and never looked back. I seemed to be free of uti's for awhile, but a week ago I woke up with that all familiar pain from the past. I had one jar of the product left so I started the treatment immediately. The next thing I did was to look for your website. I was so happy the product was still available and I ordered it immediately. After 24 hours there was no more pain. I will continue the treatment until I am sure all the bacteria are gone. I will check with my doctor to make sure I can discontinue the treatment. She is aware of the product and she approves. Thank you for keeping UTISLip available. Martha
  Reviewed by:   from Houston.
Rating Absolute fan of D-Mannose
This product was a life saver for me. I had been on antibiotics for over 2 years trying to get rid of UTI and bladder infection. I was beginning to think nothing was ever going to help. I started to have symptoms in my stomach. I got an infection in my bowels from all the antibiotics and had to be put in hospital for 7 days. I found this product online and said why not try it so I did. It saved my life no more infection really no more. I am still taking it till this day and that has been 5 years ago for precaution and if I feel it coming back I just take some and it goes away it is truly a miracle for me.
  Reviewed by:   from Fort Payne, AL.
Rating Best UTI Solution
My first order of UTI Slip was nine years ago.I was desperate.I tried $$$ of unsuccessful "solutions" - including other company's D-Mannose. My doctor said the only way my UTIs would go away was to have a hysterectomy, so I did. Then to my shock and horror the UTI came back a month after ending post surgery antibiotics.I don't understand why WellnessPartners' product works while others do not. "Don't mess with success." I urge anybody who is facing UTI woes to try UTI Slip. After taking this product, I have NEVER had another infection requiring antibiotics.Less than 10 times in the last 9 years I have increased my dose of 1,000 mg/day in response to a feeling of irritation...but that's all I ever have had to do...just increase the daily dose. Also, dealing with the staff at this company has always been very pleasant...they are great. This review was unsolicited and I don't know anybody at this company or have any other connection to it.
  Reviewed by:   from Menlo Park, CA.
Rating Works Great!
I had persisting UTI's.Always ended up in the emergency room. Until a Dr. told me about products. One of them UTI Slip Veggie Capsules. Have been using since then. And for years now i have been uti free. Now i take it as a maintenance.
  Reviewed by:   from Bradford, MA.
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