Eliminate Bladder & Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

Special Note to Diabetics:

D-Mannose is a simple sugar. Simple sugars are made up of only one or two molecules and are processed so quickly in the digestive system that the pancreas does not detect them as a sugar that requires insulin for it to be absorbed into the blood stream. It should not affect your blood sugar level, though you should continue to monitor the glucose levels in your blood while taking this product, just to be sure.

UTI Slip D Mannose FAQ: How Does UTI Slip D Mannose treat bladder & urinary tract infection (UTI)?

The simple answer to how this works is that the D-Mannose sticks to the bacteria which causes them to slip off the walls of your urinary system. If they can't attach to the walls, they can't cause an infection. Since the bacteria are unable to stick, they fall into the urine stream and are safely passed from the body. How does one end up with E. coli in the bladder & urinary tract?

UTI Slip D Mannose FAQ: Why doesn't the normal flow of urine from the kidneys through the urethras into the bladder and beyond simply carry the bacteria right along with it?

The UTI is caused by a bacteria found in the digestive tract known as E. coli. The "cell walls" of each E. coli are covered with tiny fingerlike projections. The very tips of these projections are an amino acid-sugar complex, a "glycoprotein" also called a "lectin". The "lectins" have the unfortunate capability of enabling the bacteria to "stick" to the inside walls of our bladders and urinary tracts, so they can't be rinsed out by urination.

Fortunately, D-Mannose "sticks" to bacteria lectins even better than they "stick" to human cells. When we take a large quantity (the normal dosage) of D-Mannose, almost all of it spills into the urine through our kidneys, literally "coating" any bacteria present so they can no longer "stick" to the inside walls of the bladder and urinary tract. The bacteria are literally rinsed away with normal urination!

UTI Slip D Mannose FAQ: E. Coli, does that mean I've eaten "bad" food?

No, this is not the infamous E. coli mutants associated with unsanitary food processing that have hospitalized and killed people. These are the little creatures found as part of the "normal microflora" in every intestinal tract. But even normal E. coli do not belong in the bladder and urinary tract. In these areas they multiply and lead to an undesirable infection.

UTI Slip D Mannose FAQ: Do you have testimonials from real people that I can read?

Yes we do! Please feel free to visit our UTI Slip D Mannose Testimonial page.

UTI Slip D Mannose FAQ: Do you guarantee your product?

We unconditionally guarantee our UTI Slip D Mannose for Bladder & Urinary Tract Infection! Follow our instructions and see for yourself. If you're not 100% pleased with the results, contact us for instructions on how to receive a refund!

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