It is essential to take good care of your bladder as once it becomes damaged, you can suffer from debilitating conditions such as incontinence: it is estimated that a third of people aged 30-70 years suffer problems with incontinence.
Waterfall D-Mannose is universally recognised as playing an important role in maintaining a healthy bladder. Traditional treatments for UTI have become less and less viable. E-Coli, the bacteria responsible for 80% of cases of UTI, has been developing more and more resistant strains that antibiotics can no longer eradicate.
Waterfall D-Mannose is a naturally occurring sugar that is a safe and effective food supplement that is used for both treating and preventing UTI caused by E-Coli infection. It is available in tablet form or as a sweet sugar powder that dissolves in drinks.
Customers know it does not create any bacterial resistance, and doesnít have side-effects. Waterfall D-Mannose is absorbed eight times more slowly than glucose, when ingested, and it is not converted to glycogen or stored in the liver, but rather goes directly to the blood stream from the upper GI tract. Hence, D-Mannose is almost entirely filtered through the kidneys and routed to the bladder.
This has benefits in that it does not interact with other substances and so, not only can it be used for supporting the bladder through a flare up but it can also be used to prevent recurrence of the infection when used as a maintenance product daily. It has been shown again and again to be effective (when used appropriately) against most cases UTIs, cystitis, bacterial prostatitis, interstitial cystitis and urethritis.
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If you suffer from bladder pain or urinary tract infections, Waterfall Dmannose is the fast and all natural way to treat cystitis.
Also available in easier to swallow tablets: DMannose 500mg
Easy to use at home - 5 dedicated test indicators to monitor pH, nitrites, blood, leukocytes and protein.
Designed to rapidly restore the gut to health and is used to aid recovery from the unwanted effects of antibiotics.