What the Research Says
It is estimated that 10-20% of women suffer from urinary tract infections (UTIs), so it is no secret that natural solutions to help tackle this issue are becoming more and more popular. E-coli bacteria enter the urinary tract, they latch on to cells, grow, and cause a UTI infection. Researchers think that D-mannose might work to treat or prevent a UTI by stopping these bacteria from latching on.
What the Nutritionist says
Alongside supplements, drinking lots of water is known to be an effective way of helping to clear and manage the symptoms of UTIs.
How It Helps
Preliminary clinical research in 43 women with an acute UTI shows that taking d-mannose improved UTI symptoms.
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