Cystex Liquid Cranberry Complex Description from DSE Healthcare
Can you cure a UTI with cranberry juice? The short answer is no. Cranberries have long played a role in helping many women, particularly those with recurring urinary tract infections (UTIs), to promote better bladder health. In fact, some 50 percent of women report drinking a lot of cranberry juice when they suspect they have a UTI, according to a survey conducted for Cystex. Unfortunately, while studies indicate that cranberry may help prevent recurring UTIs, studies do not indicate that cranberries help treat a UTI once you already have one. Morever, the bitterness of pure cranberry juice can make it intolerable for most to drink on a daily basis, and cranberry juice cocktail, which has less health impact than pure cranberry juice, can be loaded with sugar and calories, offsetting any potential bladder health benefits.
New, clinically-proven Cystex Liquid Cranberry Complex promotes urinary health with its unique, convenient, pleasant-tasting cranberry formula. More than just cranberry concentrate, its proprietary blend also contains D-Mannose, inulin, bromelain, and vitamin C, a combination designed to boost bladder health. One tablespoon, taken daily to promote urinary tract health, can benefit millions of women most susceptible to recurring, painful urinary tract infections.
|Serving Size: 15 mL|
Servings Per Container: 15
|Ingredient||Amount||% Daily Value**|
|Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid)||188mg||313|
|-Cranberry concentrate, D-mannose, FOS (fructo-oligosaccharides), bromelain|
| ** Percent Daily Value is based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.|
† Daily Value not established.
Other ingredients: Filtered water, glycerin, acesulfame-K, sucralose, phosphoric acid, sodium benzoate (preservative), and potassium sorbate (preservative). Lactose, gluten and sugar free.
Adults 12 years and older: Take one tablespoon daily (15mL). Can be taken twice daily. Drink plenty of fluids.
Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant, nursing or on blood thinning medication, consult your health care professional.