Health Labs Nutra D-Mannose 1,000mg

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D-mannose is a type of sugar that is related to glucose, but it does not behave like sugar in the body. It is used to help prevent urinary tract infections because it inhibits bacteria from adhering to the walls of the urinary tract. If bacteria can’t latch onto your bladder, it’s less likely to cause an infection.

Some people are prone to getting repeated bladder infections; D-mannose can greatly improve quality of life and reduce reliance on antibiotics. Although antibiotics are sometimes necessary, they can have very detrimental effects on your immune system. Preventing an infection in the first place is a much healthier option.

D-mannose is a natural molecule that is found in cranberries, apples and some other fruits. It is the active ingredient in cranberries, minus the sugar that usually accompanies cranberry products like juice. If you have a bladder infection, sugar is the last thing you should consume because it can encourage the growth of harmful bugs and fuel an infection.

Apart from D-mannose, the other beneficial component of cranberries is a type of antioxidant called proanthocyanidins. These types of antioxidants were first identified in pine bark and grape seeds, but they are also very concentrated in cranberries. They have also been found to reduce the ability of bacteria to adhere to the urinary tract.

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are a very common health problem in the USA, affecting more than 20 million Americans each year. Women are far more prone to these infections than men. The most common symptoms of a UTI are urinary frequency, urgency and burning pain on urination. Interestingly, the symptoms of a UTI in men are usually a lot milder, and in fact sometimes men can experience no symptoms at all, so they’re unaware of the infection. UTIs in men can inflame the prostate gland and cause chronic prostate problems.

Menopausal women are at high risk of getting a UTI because the loss of estrogen causes thinning of the tissue of the bladder and urethra. A thinner lining is more prone to infection with bacteria.

How do bacteria cause a urinary tract infection?

Most cases of UTIs are caused by the bacteria E. coli. This bacteria is normally present inside the digestive tract and on the skin surrounding the anus. In women, it is easier for the bacteria to travel to the urethra because the urethral opening is a lot closer to the anus than in men.

In order to cause an infection, bacteria must first adhere to the cells lining the urinary tract. They do this using hair-like fimbriae that protrude from their surfaces. The fimbriae attach to specific receptors on your cells. D-mannose helps to prevent infections by interfering with the ability of the fimbriae to latch onto your cells.


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