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UT Intensive Chewables 30 tabs | Designs for Health
Cranberry is one of the most widely studied, time-tested, natural remedies for supporting urinary tract health. Unlike many commercially available cranberry products, which are made from juice or contain individual isolated, health-promoting phytochemicals, the cranberry extract in UT Intensive™ is made from the whole fruit—juice, skins, flesh, and seeds—and therefore contains the full complement of phytochemicals, organic acids, fatty acids and phenolics.*
Mannose is a type of sugar found in various fruits and vegetables. Its naturally occurring isomer, D-mannose, is similar in structure to certain urinary tract receptors, and thus, functions in a way which helps maintain a healthy environment in the urinary tract. Although mannose is a sugar, it is eliminated from the body instead of impacting calorie intake or metabolism, and does not interfere with blood sugar regulation.*
This product is presented in great-tasting, chewable, orange flavored tablets, which allows for easy patient compliance*
*Your results may vary from those listed above.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
*This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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