The facts and fiction about cystitis revealed

Sunday 15 March, 2015  

  •  D Mannose is the natural way to cure cystitis

In recent newsletters you might have noticed I have taken against sugary products.

Following the publication of several major studies I have become to regard sugar as being the equivalent of heroin and rat poison combined.

We crave it but it is slowly killing us.

Profit-hungry food manufacturers load versions of sugar into their product as a way to mask their inferior quality...and to get you hooked.

Having families climbing the walls to get their hands on another ready meal fix is exactly the response they want.

So, it might come as a bit of a surprise today when I say that I want you to consider taking a daily dose of sugar.

You know me well enough to realise that I’m not advocating a spoonful of Tate & Lyle’s finest...but there is something good about sugar that you need to understand.

It could be the answer to a very common, but embarrassing problem.

Discover how this sugary solution can ease the burning pains down below.

It’s time to face up to this embarrassment

For anyone who has suffered a bladder infection you will be no stranger to the pain, discomfort and fever that are associated with them.

It may surprise you to learn that 90% of all infections are caused by one type of bacteria which invades the urinary system and then proceeds to party.

This bacterium known as Escherichia coli, or more commonly as E.coli, is a really important member of our gut flora, which helps protect against inflammatory conditions developing.

But that is only whilst it is in the gut; if they turn into football hooligans and invade the field of play, we have a problem.

If this little fellow gets the chance to escape and land elsewhere then our benevolent friend becomes an aggressive foe.

One that modern medicine combats with increasingly powerful anti-biotics...which then destroy the helpful populations in the gut as well as the yobbish element in the rest of the body.

This is what happens in the bladder and urinary tract – if you listen carefully you might even hear them singing foul-mouthed songs (I think I might have taken the football hooligan metaphor too far there!).

Once in the urinary tract they attach themselves to the walls of the tubing and bladder and also quickly multiply in the warm, nutrient rich contents.

They quickly cause inflammation of the walls and allow them to become further irritated by the toxins in the urine we are trying to excrete.

All very graphic I know, but I think you can see the reason why these types of conditions can very easily cause upset.

One thing that amazes me though is how many people are prepared to suffer in silence.

Maybe it is the many years of watching comedy double acts talk of ‘trouble in the waterworks’ when they dress as older ladies.

Or perhaps we come to expect changes in our excretion systems as we age and therefore glumly accept the pain and inconvenience as part of getting old.

But here are the facts:

  • One in five women will suffer from a urinary tract infection (UTI) in their lifetime, but so will one in ten men over the age of fifty. It is wrong to think that only women get problems, men are at risk too.

  • Persistent UTI’s in women do not indicate something is seriously wrong, even though many people think this is the case. As a result many women live a life in fear, but thay have no need to. UTI incidence in women is much higher than men due to a shorter urethra (the tube from the bladder to the outside world) and as a result bacteria can get into the bladder much more easily. Having two or three infections in a year isn’t a worry at all.

  • Treaing UTI’s naturally with cranberry juice is a misleading myth. Whilst pure and natural cranberry juice is effective against the E.Coli bug, it is virtually impossible to get a pure juice, and most are watered down versions which are packed with additional sugar...and that will make the problem worse.

  • Conditions like diabetes can make UTI’s more likely, especially in men so if you are a sufferer make sure you wash your hands thoroughly after toileting to avoid carrying the bacteria on your hands.

So many people are suffering daily misery from bladder infections and UTI’s that could so easily be treated with a natural compound.

And that compound is a natural sugar called D-Mannose.

As I said you might be surprised to read that I am in favour of us taking a sugar pill for our health.

But if you want to find out why this is such a good idea – click here

The subtle art of cleaning out the bad guys

D-mannose is processed and eliminated by our bodies very quickly.
It travels through our digestive system and arrives into our bladder via the kidneys.

The E.coli previously attached to the bladder wall and multiplying in the bladder, interact with the D-mannose, forming an even better bond with it than they do with the bladder wall, and become mobile.

They can then simply be washed away during urination.

D-mannose is a pure and natural form of glucose, similar to a type already produced by our bodies, but which for many of us is not enough.

It is a simple sugar supplement which many people worldwide use every day to help against these irritating and debilitating infections.

Perhaps the best news is that D-mannose has no known side effects or drug interactions and can be used by adults, children and even family pets as a food supplement.

Since I first started stocking this product I have been inundated with praise for how effective it is.

Friends and relatives have all benefitted from using this supplement, and most of them use it as a daily tonic – even when they don’t have an active infection.

It really does seem to be that good... here’s a few of the comments I have received recently:

"I have suffered from recurrent cystitis for nearly forty years.
The pain is excruciating and feels like I have barbed wire in my bladder, and nothing seemed to help. Even strong antibiotics just seemed to make things worse or make me feel lousy.

About a year ago a friend gave me some of her D-Mannose and I've been using it ever since - it really does seem to have helped me."

Mrs S


“People may be sceptical about how a simple natural substance can be so effective but I promise you it is and in my experience the relief is generally rapid, to say nothing of preventing the problem in the first place.

I would heartily recommend it to anyone, male or female who has a problem with recurrent bladder infections as it is quick, easy and avoids things like antibiotics.”

C R


If you are one of those who generally suffers, or is suffering right now why not take a natural and positive step to control this condition – it is really that easy to do.

Sweeten your life with this sugar based remedy to recurrent bladder infections

Yours, as always


Ray

 

 

 

 

 






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