Protect and maintain your bladder with Swanson's readily portable D-Mannose capsules. By helping to sustain the healthy flora in your urinary tract, these convenient capsules will assist in the prevention of common and irritating UTIs such as Cystitis.
For over 45 years Swanson Health Products have been consistently fulfilling their pledge to bring affordable nutritional supplements into our homes. With an onus on wellbeing above all, the name Swanson has become synonymous with our quest for well-informed use of dietary supplements.
And it is by working at the forefront of nutritional supplement development that Swanson have created Swanson D Mannose; arguably the most cost effective D Mannose supplement available on the market today.
D Mannose is a naturally occurring 'simple sugar', which assists in the maintenance of a healthy and bacteria free urinary tract. Most commonly found in cranberries, peaches and even types of plant, Swanson have created this handy and unobtrusive supplement to ensure that you can maintain your D Mannose levels without any hassle at all.
A small but regular serving of Swanson D Mannose each day means that you never need to worry about your cranberry intake; which is especially useful for those who find the bitter flavour or the high fructose content an issue.
Swanson D Mannose is a naturally occurring bioactive glucose, which works by nourishing the healthy flora in our urinary tracts. Without this important glucose, harmful bacteria are allowed to grow and stick to the wall of the bladder, which can cause nasty urinary tract infections such as Cystitis.
For those of us who regularly experience the malignant unpleasantness of UTIs, the worry of them returning can be all too real. A constant need to go to the loo, a burning sensation when urinating and even lower abdominal pain can all be avoided by maintaining a bacteria free urinary tract. Swanson D Mannose assists in the prevention of those symptoms, ensuring that your body maintains the necessary levels of D Mannose for a healthy bladder.