Mannose & Botanicals
Vibrant Health’s unique combination of ingredients delivers enhanced value to dietary supplementation with Mannose.
Why not maximize your chances for long term urinary tract health?
Vibrant Health’s U.T. Vibrance combines European D-mannose with carefully selected botanical extracts and powders traditionally used to support healthy urinary tract function. It comes in both tablets and as a mildly sweet tasting powder that mixes easily in any number of your favorite beverages.
Mannose is a sugar that passes through the human system unmetabolized. Once absorbed, it quickly finds its way to the kidneys to be passed in the urine.
Whole cranberry and blueberry as well as dandelion, parsley, bearberry, golden seal and golden rod have also been traditionally used to nutritionally support healthy urinary tract function. Modern science now tells us the organic acids and proanthocyanidins of these botanicals may complement Mannose in helping maintain a healthy urinary tract.
D-mannose and botanicals to support and restore urinary tract health.
Tablets: As a dietary supplement, take five (5) tablets every 3 to 4 waking hours with water, blueberry or cranberry juice. Do this daily until the contents of the jar have been consumed. Drink plenty of fluids.
Serving Size: 5(tablets) Vegipure tablets. Calories per Serving: 21
|Amount per serving||% Daily Value|
|Bearberry 4:1 concentrate|
|(Arctostaphylos uva ursi)||125 mg.||*|
|Blueberry, whole fruit powder||125 mg.||*|
|Cranberry whole fruit powder|
|(4-7% quinic acid)||125 mg.||*|
|Dandelion 4:1 concentrate|
|(Taraxacum officinale)||125 mg.||*|
|Goldenrod powder (Solidago virgaurea)||125 mg.||*|
|Goldenseal root powder|
|(Hydrastis canadensis)||50 mg.||*|
|Parsley juice powder (Petroselinum crispum)||50 mg.||*|
|*Daily Value not established|
|*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.|
|This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.|
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