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UTI Slip D-Mannose Powder for Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
UTI Slip D-Mannose Powder for Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) is a simple sugar sourced from NON-GMO, ORGANIC Corn From Ireland, that Sticks to E-Coli bacteria. UTI Slip comes in a powdered form, that mixes easily with water or juice. UTI Slip is also available in a capsule form. Click here for UTI Slip D-Mannose Veggie Capsules.
Serving size: 1/2 to 1 teaspoon. 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. Safe. Effective. Fast. Affordable. relieve urinary tract infections without the use of traditional antibiotics.* We have an unconditional money back guarantee on our UTI Slip D-Mannose!
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What is UTI Slip D-Mannose?D-Mannose is a carbohydrate very similar to glucose, yet it is not readily metabolized by our bodies like glucose. Simply put, D-Mannose is just sugar, but not the type of sugar you are used to. Because it is not readily metabolized, it tends to pass right through your body and end up in the urinary tract very quickly. If you are worried about calories and diabetes, this reduces the impact this sugar will have on tour body in those ways. So when consumed it ends up attracting and binding with bacteria floating around in the urinary tract so they can't stick to the wall of your urinary system. It also removes bacteria that are already attached, ultimately flushing them all down the drain. It is that fact that makes UTI Slip D-Mannose such a fast acting solution for most UTI's.
Why does D-Mannose work for relieving UTI's?When even a small amount of D-Mannose is consumed, nearly all of it is removed from the bloodstream by the kidneys and deposited into the urine.
Once in the urine, it travels through the urinary tract until it meets up with the E. Coli bacteria. Interestingly, the D-Mannose is chemically attracted to the lectins that the bacteria use to attach itself to the walls of the urinary tract. Think of the lectins as the suction cups on the tentacles of an octopus. The octopus grabs onto an object with it's tentacles but holds on tightly by contracting the suction cups. Anything that interferes with the ability of the suction cups to grip a surface will greatly reduce the ability of the octopus to "hang on." In a similar way, the D-Mannose occupies the lectins so that they are unable to hold on to the wall of the urinary track and the bacteria are flushed right out of the body during urination.
The process is safe, fast, effective and affordable. Best of all is the fact that there are no observed negative side effects when using D-Mannose. D-Mannose can be taken by the elderly as well as by children, as both age groups are susceptible to frequent urinary tract infections. You can even give D-Mannose to your pets (in smaller doses), as some are prone to UTI's as well.
What to look out for when buying D-Mannose.
Most of the D-Mannose that is sold comes from China and is created using a process that involves chemicals such as formaldehyde. While this is likely safe to use, we suggest you look for D-Mannose that is not sourced from China and is made from an organic, non-GMO source.
Don't be fooled by some that claim their product is manufactured or bottled in the USA. If they don't list the country their product is sourced from, it's likely that it comes from China. Read your labels!
*Disclaimer: Individual results may vary.
*This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.