D-mannose is a simple sugar that is bound to glucose. Simple sugars, also called monosaccharides, contain only one sugar molecule. Given this, simple sugars are quite easy to digest, given their simple chemical structure.
This type of sugar can be found in cranberries, apples, peaches, broccoli and green beans. But that’s not all! D-mannose is also found naturally in some cells of the human body and is considered a prebiotic, given its positive effects on the growth of good bacteria in the human digestive tract!
Nowadays, D-mannose has attracted a lot of attention when it comes to urinary tract problems, given the connection between D-mannose and cranberry. The combination of D-mannose and cranberry can help relieve some of the symptoms of urinary tract problems and help get rid of the bacteria that cause the problems.
As already mentioned, the main application of D-mannose is to prevent problems with the urinary tract. It helps prevent the growth of bacteria in the urinary tract and can help reduce the symptoms of inflammation. D-mannose also fights E.Coli, a bacterium that causes over 90% of urinary tract problems. D-mannose has the ability to quickly separate from your body and with it the bad bacteria disappear.
Because D-mannose can be found in cranberries, it is a powerful antioxidant that provides high levels of vitamin C to boost immunity and also contains fiber.
Mannose is known to act as a prebiotic that stimulates the growth of good bacteria in the gut. Prebiotics help nourish probiotics in the gut and enhance their health-promoting properties.
|Serving Size||1 Vegetable capsule|
|AMOUNT PER SERVING|
Take 3 capsules 1 to 2 times a day.
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