{vmimport 164} Waterfall D-Mannose ô - Questions and Answers

 

D-Mannose

 

What is Waterfall D-Mannose ô? How does it function on the body?

 

D-Mannose is a natural occuring simple sugar (monosaccharide). D-Mannose is aborbed eight times slower than glucose, and when ingested, is not converted into glycogen or stored in the liver, but rather goes directly to the blood stream. Therefore, D-Mannose is mostly filtered through the kidneys and directed to the bladder. There, it has the property to bind with E. Coli bacteria.

 

How does a bladder infection appear?

The bladder lining is comprised of polysaccharide molecules. Finger-like projections on the cell surface of E. Coli bacteria adhere to these molecules, initiating an infection.

 

What is the effect of D-Mannose?

In the presence of D-Mannose, E. Coli preferentially attach to D-Mannose molecules forming a complex which is expelled with the next flushing.

 

Is D-Mannose advisable for all bladder infections?

D-Mannose is effective exclusively for infections caused by E. Coli bacteria, which represent 90% of cases. For infections caused by another agent, D-Mannose can prevent a secondary infection caused by E. Coli bacteria.

 

Waterfall D-Mannose

What is D-Mannose?

Our D-Mannose is 100% pure D-Mannose extracted from the larch tree. It contains no buffers, fillers, colours or preservatives. It comes under the form of powder packed into a 50g box.

 

WaterfallHow should one take D-Mannose?

It has been observed that to fully benefit from the effects of D-Mannose, at first one should take it with a little quantity of liquid (water, tea, fruit juice excluding cranberry and orange juices). Then, wait about 45 mn to an hour and then drink lots of water in order to flush the bladder. In this way, D-Mannose has time to bind with E. Coli bacteria.

 

How long should one take D-Mannose?

D-Mannose is adapted for a long-term use. Therefore, D-Mannose is recommended for chronic bladder infections. A clear improvement results from a regular intake during three months.

 

 

 

How much D-Mannose does one need to stop an acute infection?

Normaly, one 50g dose of D-Mannose is sufficient. The first two days, the intake of one teaspoon every three hours is recommended. The following days, three times a day or according to needs. At this point, the infection should be cleared. It is recommended to keep taking D-Mannose once a day for a period of time.

 

Is D-Mannose suitable for children?

Yes, it is only sugar! The doses should be adapted according to age.

 

Is it also suitable for diabetics?

Yes, D-Mannose is also suitable for diabetics, since only very small amounts of D-Mannose are metabolized by the body. Nonetheless, sugar levels in the blood should be monitored regularly. {vmimport 164}

 

 

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