Medical Doctors Have Started to Recognize D-Mannose as A Viable Alternative
Because D-Mannose is a supplement, and not officially approved by the FDA, medical doctors have been slow to recommend it to their patients. But because there are no available effective alternatives to antibiotics, and women are literally begging for help, they are now recommending it as a suitable alternative, either as a follow-on remedy after the course of antibiotics, or as an alternative to taking antibiotics if patients cannot tolerate them.
Dr. Jonathan Wright, a Harvard Medical School graduate and University of Michigan professor who is now at The Tacoma Clinic in WA, has been recommending D-Mannose for urinary tract infections for years. In fact, his article on the product was a cover story in the 2020 summer edition of Well Being Journal magazine.
And there are hundreds of Integrative and Naturopathic medical doctors across the US who have been recommending D-Mannose to their patients as a first line treatment for years.
How to Choose the Right D-Mannose Supplement?
Many supplement retailers and manufacturers are now beginning to sell D-Mannose in various forms: powder, capsules and tablets.
Here’s what you need to look for:
- Who’s making it? Many of the brand names which you will find at a health store or online website have no established reputation.
- Where is it made? Many times, the ingredients come from China and are not verified to be true D-Mannose, or to be safe.
- What’s in It? Only buy 100% pure D-Mannose; many companies add unnecessary elements such as cranberry or hibiscus, which only dilute the effectiveness of the basic supplement.
- Pills or Powder? Only buy the powder, not the capsules or tablets. Absorption and digestion in the intestines reduce the effectiveness of the core ingredient.
ABOUT: Goodbye UTI is 100% pure D-Mannose powder, formulated by a Doctor of Pharmacy by a well-known FDA-certified manufacturer known as Catalyst Nutraceuticals, located in Georgia. It is sold online at The Newtriment Store, a retail shop dedicated to UTI research, education, and supplements.