Power Health D-Mannose 1000mg 30 Tablets contains Cranberry which is a small, evergreen shrub grown throughout North America and the juice from its berries has a long history of use among Native American Indian tribes. One of the simple sugar molecules found in cranberries is d-mannose.
Taking d-mannose in tablet form contains significantly more d-mannose than is naturally found in food, ensuring the recommended half teaspoon (approximately 1 gram) adult dose is reached. D-mannose is very safe, even for long term use, and although it's a simple sugar very little of it is metabolised. It doesn’t interfere with blood sugar regulation, even for diabetics; and it creates no disruption or imbalance in normal body microflora.
Take 1-3 tablets up to 6 times per day at 3 hour intervals
Always read the label
D-Mannose, Calcium Carbonate, Bulking Agents (Dicalcium Phosphate, Microcrystalline Cellulose), Anti-caking Agents (Magnesium Stearate, Silica).
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans. No Artificial Flavours, No Preservatives, No Sweeteners, No Starch, No Lactose, No Soya, No Wheat, No Yeast, No Fish, No Porcine, No Egg, No Nuts, No Gluten.
Do not exceed the recommended daily intake
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In a word yes – d-mannose is suitable for vegans as well as vegetarians since it does not contain any ingredients which are derived from animals.
D-mannose is very safe to take. It does not interfere with blood sugar regulation and does not disrupt the normal body microflora.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, or you are on other medication, then you should consult with a medical professional before starting to take any supplement.
Natural sources of D-mannose are mainly fruit and vegetables including cranberries, apples, organs, peaches, broccoli and green beans.
D-mannose is very easy to take. You should take between one and three Power Health D-Mannose Tablets up to six times per day, ensuring that you leave three hours between doses.
It can be taken at high levels for a short period of time or a lower dosage on a continuous basis.
D-mannose is considered safe for long term use, so you can take it over a prolonged period of time without having to worry.
D-mannose has several other names including:
So if you see products containing these names on the shelves, they are the same ingredient.
D-mannose is a simple sugar, which is closely related to the more well-known glucose.
Simple sugar, or monosaccharide, means that it consists of just one molecule of sugar.
D-mannose is found naturally in some cells in the human body, as well as some fruits, vegetables and plants.
D-mannose is also available as a supplement in powder or tablet form. Taking d-mannose as tablets means that you will get significantly more of the nutrient than is naturally found in food.
The d-mannose in Power Health D-Mannose Tablets comes from cranberries. Cranberries are the red fruits of a small evergreen shrub which is native to North America. Cranberries have a long history of use within traditional medicine.