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UT Support™ features D-mannose along with Hibiscus sabdariffa, a unique compound designed specifically to support the health of the urinary tract. Hibiscus sabdariffa is an extract of the Hibiscus species that is high in certain organic acids and polyphenols, especially flavonoids and proanthocyanidins.

These compounds provide microbial inhibition and bacterial anti-adhesive properties. Additionally, this formula acts as a mild natural diuretic to support healthy kidney function and to provide a soothing effect on the genitourinary mucosal lining.

When Does Dr Jockers Use This?

I use this product to support clients who are struggling with an acute UTI or those who struggle with reoccurring UTI’s. 

For those with acute UTI’s I will typically use the advanced dosage and for those who are looking to prevent UTI’s, I will use the normal dosage.

Normal Dosage:  Take 1 cap – 2x daily with or without meals

Advanced Dosage:  Take 2 caps – 2x daily with or without meals or as directed by your health care practitioner. 

What is a Urinary Tract Infection?

A urinary tract infection (UTIs) is most common in women occurring in only 1 male for every 8 females. It affects millions of children and adults annually and is the second leading cause of infection in the body.

Some individuals are susceptible to reoccurring infections which not only is frustrating but weakens total health and well-being.

Elevated Risks

Children are at a greater risk of developing UTIs and are more susceptible to kidney trauma because symptoms may go unnoticed. In pregnant women, UTIs pose a special concern because they are not only common but they increase the threat of preterm delivery.

Other risk factors include diabetes, birth control, sexual activity, menopause and any problem that causes an obstruction to the urinary tract such as kidney stones or enlarged prostate.

Conventional Medicine Concerns

Antibiotics are prescribed for 33% of women to combat a UTI before the age of 24 but these synthetic antimicrobials are not without both short and long-term consequences (23). Urinary tract infections were once easily treated with antibiotics in the 1980s and remain the most excessively used medicines for UTI care today. However, emerging evidence reveals how antibiotics damages our health and is no longer the most effective approach.

Microbial ImbalanceConventional medicine may have its place in the world but treating every case of urinary tract infections with antibiotics is not a proper solution. Antibiotics disturb the total microbial balance that resides in the human body. Rather than isolating the harmful bacteria causing infection, antibiotics kill beneficial bacteria which are critical components of an optimally functioning immune system.

Secondary Infections: Approximately 25% of individuals treated for a UTI will experience a reoccurrence 6 to 12 months later (1). Bacteria are not the only micro-organisms affected by antibiotics. When the balance of the microbiome is upset, Candida albicans and other fungi are less inhibited to grow and may lead to yeast infection.

Antibiotic Resistance: High rates of antibiotic use is contributing to the increasing numbers of resistant bacterial strains and loss of antibiotic efficacy. Greater than half the number of individuals who receive antibiotics for UTIs in other countries see no benefit as a consequence of antibiotic resistance (2).

The WHO (World Health Organization) released a report siting that the treatment of urinary tract infections with antibiotics is one of the top causes for an increase in antimicrobial resistance worldwide (2).

Concerns with Diuretics: Diuretic medication is often prescribed to increase urination and support the elimination of bacteria from the urinary tract.

Unlike natural diuretics, prescription diuretics cause unwanted side effects ranging from nausea and dizziness, decreased blood circulation, electrolyte imbalance, glucose and insulin resistance. Some individuals may suffer more severe and life threatening consequences relating to diuretic use. (3)

D-Mannose as a Natural Treatment

D-Mannose: Researchers suggest that the use of D-mannose along with hibiscus, cranberry and probiotics are of the best treatment options to prevent and treat UTIs (4). In a clinical study consisting of 308 women with a history of recurring UTIs, researchers learned that the supplementation of D-mannose significantly prevented the reoccurrence of an infection (5).

Compared to those administered antibiotics, D-mannose patients also reported much fewer, and milder side effects if any. D-mannose works by adhering to E. coli so that the bacteria cannot cling to the bladder wall in a force similar to static cling (6). The harmful bacteria is then readily able to be excreted with urine.

Introducing UT Support:

UT Support™ features D-mannose along with Hibiscus sabdariffa, a unique compound designed specifically to support the health of the urinary tract. Hibiscus sabdariffa is an extract of the Hibiscus species that is high in certain organic acids and polyphenols, especially flavonoids and proanthocyanidins.

These compounds provide microbial inhibition and bacterial anti-adhesive properties. Additionally, this formula acts as a mild natural diuretic to support healthy kidney function and to provide a soothing effect on the genitourinary mucosal lining.

When Does Dr Jockers Use This?

I use this product to support clients who are struggling with an acute UTI or those who struggle with reoccurring UTI’s. 

For those with acute UTI’s I will typically use the advanced dosage and for those who are looking to prevent UTI’s, I will use the normal dosage.

Normal Dosage:  Take 1 cap – 2x daily with or without meals

Advanced Dosage:  Take 2 caps – 2x daily with or without meals or as directed by your health care practitioner. 

***Warning:  Please consult your healthcare professional before using if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or considering use for a child.


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