Urinary tract infections happen due to fecal matter/pathogenic bacteria being introduced into the urinary tract. E. coli is thought to cause >70% of UTIs due to their ability to adhere to the lining of the urinary tract. It is known that soluble PACs can bind to E. coli and impair their ability to adhere to cell walls (anti-adhesion activity).*
Ex vivo anti-adhesion activity
Rutgers University clinical study finds SunCran Naturelle has superior bacterial anti-adhesion benefits.
In vitro anti-adhesion study
In vitro anti-invasion study
Soluble Cranberry Pro-anthocyanidins (PACS)
These compounds limit the ability of bacteria to adhere to the urinary tract.*
All of the benefits, none of the extra calories
Clean, pure and natural
Our direct-from-the-grower cranberry ingredient is clean label, 100% natural, organic and kosher.
No maltodextrin or OTHER carriers
Supports regularity and healthy gut flora*
Helps move food through the digestive tract at just the right pace, without bloating or excess gas*.
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