Essential sugar: bladder infection
This essential sugar is not found in the food we eat
The word "mannose" comes from manna, which the Bible uses to describe the food that the Hebrews ate during their time in the Sinai desert. Manna is a sweet extract found in a number of trees and bushes like fraxinus ornus, also referred to as the manna ash.
Escherichia coli (abbreviated as E. coli) is an acid-forming. gram-negative, rod-shaped bacterium.
Around every fourth adult woman has had urination problems at one time or another. Every eight woman has had a bladder infection, typically caused by coliform bacteria.
Mannose plays a key role in tissue and cell renewal. It is not contained in the food we eat and is mainly found in the aloe vera plant. You can also find it in certain Chinese mushrooms.
The 8 essential sugars:
improves cellular communication and improves calcium absorption.
particularly helps improve memory, stimulates calcium absorption and improves intercellular communication. Glucose is the sugar substance that forms when our bodies metabolize carbohydrates.
influences brain development, particularly long-term memory. It provides infants' quickly growing bodies with glyconutrients.
plays a key role in tissue and cell renewal. Mannose binds impurities in the bladder and prevents them from building up along the bladder wall. It is not contained in the food we eat. You can also find it in certain Chinese mushrooms.
Xylose supports intercellular communication and is contained in the food we eat. It is often used as a sweetener in products made for diabetics because it only has a minimal effect on the body's insulin levels.
is crucial to brain development, brain regeneration and pineal gland function. The older we get, the less our bodies are able to extract N-acetylneuraminic acid from the food we eat. It is contained in breast milk.
is not contained in the food we eat and can only be found in rare, untreated plants.
This most recently discovered form of sugar promotes cell communication. It is not contained in the food we eat but can be extracted from plants using a complicated extraction process.
100g very pure D-mannose powder, water-soluble, slightly sweet flavor.
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