D-Mannose is the natural alternative for urinary tract infections and eliminates the unpleasant symptoms of a urinary tract infection in a short time - without any side effects.
Bladder and urinary tract infections are not only unpleasant, they are among the most common infectious diseases of our time.
Especially women who naturally have a shorter ureter than men are often affected. Experts believe that up to 70 percent of all women experience a bladder infection or urinary tract infection at least once in their life.
What is Mannose?
- D-Mannose - also simply called Mannose - is a natural sugar that supports the body in healing bladder and urinary tract infections.
- D-Mannose is also suitable for diabetics because it does not affect blood sugar levels.
- D-Mannose is absolutely safe and free of side effects even when taken continuously.
- D-Mannose can also be used preventively to prevent the occurrence of urinary tract infections.
- D-Mannose does not affect the good, beneficial bacteria that are naturally found in the body.
Most urinary tract infections are caused by the bacterium Escherichia Coli. These bacteria attach themselves to the surface of the mucous membrane in the urinary tract through tiny finger-like bulges, which can lead to inflammation.
If D-mannose is taken, it can slide between the bacteria and the mucous membrane due to its natural properties. The bacteria attach to the D-mannose and are transported out of the urinary tract with the urine.
In the case of a urinary tract infection, D-mannose is significantly more effective than other natural products such as cranberries. In contrast to treatment of urinary tract infections with antibiotics, there are no undesirable side effects such as resistance or fungal infections when taking D-mannose.
D-Mannose works exactly where it is needed by the body to ward off intruders. D-mannose is also suitable for diabetics, who should keep an eye on their blood sugar level during treatment.
Mannose is recommended
- for therapy of cystitis
- for therapy of urinary tract infections
- as a preventive measure against urinary tract infections and cystitis
- as a natural alternative to the treatment of urinary tract infections with antibiotics
- in kidney infections with Escherichia Coli bacteria
What foods contain D-mannose?
D-mannose is a natural sugar. It is found in many fruits and berries, such as pineapple or cranberries, but only in small quantities. If there is an urinary tract infection, the amount in food is insufficient and D-mannose should be taken as a dietary supplement.
How does a lack of mannose express itself?
Since D-mannose is an important part of the mucous membranes in the human body, it helps to protect the body from harmful bacteria and therefore prevents painful and unpleasant inflammation of the bladder and urinary tract.
If the mucous membranes are damaged or there is insufficient D-mannose, bacteria like the Escherichia Coli have an easy time of it. Preventive treatment with D-mannose is therefore useful for people at increased risk of urinary tract infections.
Mannose ingestion and application
D-mannose can be used as a therapy and as s preventive measure against urinary tract infections and cystitis. Since it only occurs in very small quantities in nature, it makes sense to take D-mannose in the form of a food supplement.
Who is D-Mannose for?
- People suffering from a bladder or urinary tract infection
- People who often suffer from urinary tract infections and want to prevent them naturally
- Pregnant women who cannot use antibiotics
- all those who want to avoid side effects and resistance to antibiotics
- for children and toddlers (in a correspondingly lower dosage than adults)
- for diabetics
Since mannose is metabolized in the body eight times slower than normal glucose, it does not lead to an increase in blood sugar. D-mannose can therefore also be taken by diabetics without hesitation. In the beginning, however, blood sugar checks should be carried out.
Does Mannose have side effects or any interactions?
There are no side effects or interactions when being treated with D-Mannose. However, the specified dosage should be adhered to. Diabetics should monitor their blood sugar closely at the beginning of the treatment. Treatment with D-Mannose is also safe for pregnant women.
What experts think about mannose:
Experts agree that D-Mannose is the most effective natural remedy for bladder and urinary tract infections. If treatment with mannose doesn't work, this usually indicates that the inflammation was not caused by Escherichia Coli bacteria.
They also assume that treatment with the dietary supplement D-Mannose significantly reduces the risk of a second or subsequent infection. The big advantage is that mannose is free of side effects and interactions and is therefore suitable for every patient group.