30 vegetarian capsules
CranVerry+ is a unique combination of cranberry extract with proven benefits for urinary tract infections and three other active ingredientsâresveratrol, mangosteen, and beta-glucanaseâthat have been shown through research to effectively inhibit Candida infections. Each capsule of CranVerry+ contains 500mg of cranberry extract, and all ingredients in the product are non-GMO.
Reduces the frequency of bladder infections
Inhibits the growth of the yeast candida
Beneficial for both women and men
Helps maintain urinary tract health
CranVerry+ is a unique combination of cranberry extract with proven benefits for urinary tract infections and three other active ingredients that have been shown through research to effectively inhibit Candida infections.
Urinary tract health
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are a serious health problem, resulting in more than 150 million cases each year worldwide. About 20 percent of women will experience a urinary tract infection sometime during their lives. Of those, 80 percent will have another within eighteen months. The
incidence in men is less, although the risk increases substantially with age in both sexes. In healthy individuals, the urine is typically nearly sterile
and free of most bacteria. The bacteria that normally occupies the colon, Escherichia coli (E. coli), is the most common bacteria that contribute to a urinary tract infection.
These bacteria can adhere to the opening of the urethraâthe tube that carries urine from the bladder to the outside of the bodyâand then multiply. After multiplying, the bacteria can then travel to the bladder and, if gone untreated, continue to grow and migrate through the ureters to infect the kidneys.
Ultimately, these bacteria begin to affect urine production and bladder function, resulting in painful or frequent urination, nausea, and fever. Recurrent UTIs may also increase the risk of incontinence in women after menopause. In the elderly, consequences can be much more severe, including mental deterioration and respiratory distress. Abnormalities in the urinary tract such as kidney stones and enlarged prostate can raise the risk for UTIs; thus, both men and women could benefit from CranVerry+.
Western medicine has traditionally treated UTIs with antibiotics, but bacterial resistance to these antibiotics has become an increasing problem.
More than 20 percent of E. coli is now resistant to the most common antibiotics. Fortunately, new research indicates that cranberry can help prevent and treat UTIs due to its ability to keep pathogens from adhering to the walls of the urinary tract. These pathogens can then be flushed out in the urine, and urinary health is maintained.
The specific phytonutrient in cranberries that performs this role is proanthocyanidin (PACs) compounds. PACs are chains of flavonoids, which are phytonutrients that have an array of health benefits, and while other fruits carry these same compounds, only the PACs in cranberries and blueberries have been shown to have the stick-free effect on urinary bacteria.
Anthocyanins are believed to be part of the flavonoids that make up the chain of proanthocyanidins. Anthocyanins are the water soluble portion of the plant cell that transmits pigments that appear red, purple, or blue. A recent study has shown that the amount of cranberry extract in one capsule of
CranVerry+ has the equivalent anthocyanin content of seven eight-ounce glasses of cranberry juice cocktail.
CranVerry+ contains 500 mg of CranMaxÂ® cranberry extract per capsule. The extract is derived from the whole berry, including solids, seeds, skins, and concentrated juices. Through clinical studies, CranMax has been shown to be absorbed in the lower intestines where anthocyanins are
released and absorbed by the body over a twelve to sixteen hour time period. It takes thirty-four pounds of raw cranberry material to produce a single pound of CranMax natural cranberry.
Candidiasis (yeast infections)
Candidiasis is an infection caused by Candida albincans, a yeast or fungus that can infect the mouth, vagina, skin, stomach, or urinary tract. Oral infections are more commonly known as âthrushâ and typically found in the elderly and those with weakened immune systems. Nearly 3 in 4 women
will get a yeast infection during their lifetime. The ingrediant CrAaIMn Verry ++Â®