Never Take Antibiotics Again! Discover The New Natural Discovery That’s Guaranteed To Promote A Healthy, Pain-Free Urinary Tract & Bladder . . . The First Time.

I know you’ve probably heard me preach against antibiotics before. I also know many of you have already found lasting relief from your urinary tract infections by using proven natural remedies recommended in the UTI Remedy Report from . . .

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Today, I have an exciting new breakthrough discovery about a little-known substance to protect your urinary tract – without all the processed sugar found in cranberry juice.

Harvard studies confirm the effectiveness of cranberry to cure urinary tract infections. But the challenge is finding a natural source of potent cranberry that isn’t adulterated with sugar or high fructose corn syrup.

As you already know sugar is the trigger that inflames the delicate tissues and fuels your urinary tract infection. That’s why so many people who drink cranberry juice don’t experience a “complete” turn-around. The sugar literally feeds the Candida fungus and the bad bacterium that caused the urinary tract infection in the first place.

But first, for those first time readers, here’s 7 hygiene tips to help keep a healthy urinary tract:

  1. Drink plenty of non-chlorinated water every day.
  2. Urinate when you feel the need, don’t resist the urge!
  3. Wipe front to back to prevent bacteria from entering your urethra.
  4. Take showers instead of hot tub baths.
  5. Cleanse your genitals before & after sexual intercourse.
  6. Avoid using feminine hygiene sprays, which may irritate your urethra.
  7. Use only white unscented toilet paper to avoid potential dye reactions.

If you have ordered the UTI remedy report you already know about natural remedies and what foods to avoid and what foods can be key in supporting your healthy urinary tract. For example, foods that contain probiotic bacteria can promote good urinary tract health – but beware of the sugar content.

After learning of this discovery I decided never to recommend cranberry juice again. Unless you juice it yourself, but I don’t know very many people who could handle the taste. Concentrated cranberry can be found in capsule or pill form, but it doesn’t compare to what I’m going to share today.

I’ve discovered a product that contains the pure source of the active ingredient that makes cranberry so affective.

This new improved source of relief is NOT a drug, so you won’t need a prescription. In fact, your body produces this substance as well as cranberries, peaches, apples, some berries and other plants.

However, after extensive research the most beneficial source for urinary tract infections actually comes from the Birch tree. It’s called D-Mannose.

Here are some of the bonus benefits of D-Mannose:

  • Supports your healthy urinary tract.
  • Nourishes your healthy flora — doesn’t harm “friendly”
  • bacteria
  • Doesn’t interfere with your normal blood sugar regulation
  • Goes to work in your system quickly
  • Provides you 100% all natural non-toxic D-Mannose, which quickly enters your urine, coating and protecting your bladder and urinary tract. Plus, if you’re a vegetarian or have allergies you be glad to now I’ve discovered the purest vegetarian formula.

Dr. Mercola recommends D-Mannose and agrees that it is better than cranberry juice. This specific D-mannose product contains ZERO citrus, egg, gluten, milk, rice, sodium, soy, wheat, yeast, added sugars, starches, synthetic dyes, artificial flavorings or preservatives.

Remember a spoon full of sugar, or fructose, does not help the medicine go down. Instead, processed sugars make your urinary tract infection flare up. Plus, D-Mannose will not disrupt your blood sugar levels. Why even take the “fructose risk?” D-Mannose is guaranteed to be the solution for a healthy urinary tract you’ve been looking for.

P.S. If you haven’t ordered your UTI Remedy Report yet here’s your chance to get the report for 1/2 price. Simply use the link below for access natural remedies for urinary tract infections: