Our Cranberry Ultra supplement can be highly effective in urinary track health and bladder support. Research supports this traditional folk remedy that has been used for decades and maybe centuries.
What is Cranberry Ultra?Cranberry is the red acidic fruit of the shrubby viburnum of North America and Europe. Our Cranberry Ultra is a pure 36:1 extract plus Vitamin C.
Cranberry Supplements nutritionally support healthy urinary tract function in both men and women.
Health Benefits Of Cranberry UltraCranberry Ultra relies on the clinically proven benefits of cranberry to help support a healthy bladder and urinary tract. It has long been suspected that compounds found in cranberries somehow prevent bacteria from attaching to host cells, thereby preventing the bacteria from becoming established in the body. Our cranberry supplements contain components that prevent the ability of e-coli and other infectious agents to adhere to the lining of the urethra and bladder. Without the ability to adhere, these agents cannot infect.
Our Cranberry Ultra is Free of Added Colorants, Made From Whole FruitOur product is completely free of added colorants. Cranberry Untra is the natural color of cranberry extract: a deep reddish brown. If your cranberry extract is bright red, be suspicious. Our extract contains the whole fruit from US and Canadian grown cranberries where the product is manufactured immediately after harvesting to ensure freshness and potency. Many lesser extracts are made from just the juice and are grown or shipped abroad for processing. Cranberry Ultra™ also contains vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that supports the immune system.Take advantage of Whole Health's cranberry supplements to support bladder and urinary tract health. Be assured you're getting a quality product made from the whole fruit and free of added colorants.
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CranberryFind ProductsAlso indexed as:Vaccinium macrocarpon© Steven FosterBotanical names:Vaccinium macrocarpon
Parts Used & Where Grown
Cranberry is a member of the same family as bilberry and blueberry. It is from North America and grows in bogs. The ripe fruit is used medicinally.
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This supplement has been used in connection with the following health conditions:
Used for Amount WhyHigh Cholesterol 500 mg three times per day after meals [2 stars]Supplementing with a cranberry extract has been shown to help lower total and LDL ("bad") cholesterol in people with type 2 diabetes taking hypoglycemic medication.Prostatitis 1,500 mg per day of dried cranberry powder for six months [2 stars]A preliminary study found that dried cranberry powder improved urinary symptoms in men with prostatitis.Urinary Tract Infection 4 to 10 ounces (114 to 296 ml) of cranberry juice daily or 400 mg of powdered cranberry concentrate twice per day [2 stars]Supplementing with cranberry has been shown to help treat and prevent recurrences.
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