- MFG # 11103
- UPC # 848998080730
UTIs are never easy to deal with‚ from the abdominal discomfort to the painful and frequent urination‚ you just want it to be over and done with. That's why Zahler has formulated UTI Revolution‚ a nutritional supplement formulated with several natural ingredients that may help you get over a UTI.
A UTI is a condition that occurs when bacteria (generally E. Coli) enters the urethra‚ allowing the bladder and kidneys to get infected. The bacteria feature small‚ finger-like projections that allow them to stick to the walls of the urinary tract while slowly working their way up.
As a result of this‚ one of the main featured ingredients in Zahler's UTI Revolution is D-Mannose‚ a type of sugar. This substance has the helpful ability of rendering the environment of your urinary tract uninhabitable‚ attracting the bacteria to its (D-Mannose's) own molecules instead of the walls of the urinary tract. Afterwards‚ the bacteria is then flushed our during urination.
Other helpful ingredients in UTI Revolution include Cran-Max® Cranberry Extract‚ FOS (NutraFlora®)‚ Vitamin C‚ and more.
Zahler goes the extra mile to ensure that all their formulations - including UTI Revolution - is certified kosher under the proper supervision of a Rabbi.
Serving Size: 4
Servings per Container: 15
Ingredient / Amount / % DV*
Lactobacillus Acidophilus 5000000000 mg / **
D-Mannose 1200 mg / **
Cran-Max® Cranberry Extract 1000 mg / **
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) 100 mg / 167%
Antioxidant Superfruit Blend (Acai‚ Pomegranate‚ Goji) 50 mg / **
FOS (NutraFlora®) 80 mg / **
*% Daily value is based on a 2‚000 calorie diet.
** Daily Value not established.
Other Ingredients: Microcrystalline Cellulose‚ Silica.
Take 2 capsules 2 times daily with meals‚ preferably with a full glass of water.
Consult a healthcare professional before use.
Allergy / Dietary Needs
- GMP Certification
- Kosher Product
- Made in the USA
- Vegetarian Capsules
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REBECCA A BRANHAM on 1/08/2016
my husband is taking anti-rejection meds due t double lung transplant in 2013 with no diabetes. he is doing good other than frequent urinary tract infection. seeing a urologist also. will this product interfere with his rejection meds.A
PureFormulas on 1/08/2016
Hi there! Rebecca, it will be best to contact your healthcare practitioner as they would have more personal information of yours to give you an accurate answer.
- PureFormulas on 1/08/2016