Tru Nature Cranberry Urinary Health Supplements with Shanstar Extract in 300 mg softgels  » Health  »
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  • The per orem supplement tastes neutral on the mouth, I like that it doesn’t leave a bitter aftertaste, nor any synthetic trace like opaque capsules normally do


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      I’m prone to urinary tract infections since turning to a teenager. But it’s atypical for me to be hospitalized because of an infection which brought about recurring high fevers. The physician prescribed me to drink cranberry juice and I was later discharged after a few days. Incidentally, the acidic content of the juice had taken a beating on another health condition, this time on my stomach ulcers. I was forced to seldom drink cranberry juice. It stirred my health habits to include urinary health as a consideration in order to prevent future infections. I fortunately found this Tru Nature Cranberry supplement and this helped me to recover fully. My urine patterns became normalized, I

      even thought it suppressed a major cold from developing.

      I was advised that the supplement be taken 3 times a week only, to regulate blood sugar levels since my medical history links to diabetes a few years back. The fact that it contained Shanstar cranberry, a widely known purified cranberry fruit extract, convinced me to buy the product assuming it’s filtered out of sugar. However, I overlooked the nutritional values found at the back which clearly showed a roughly meager percentage of Shanstar within this supplement. It revealed that shanstar comprised just 25 mg only out of each softgel while the rest was 275 mg of unfiltered cranberry extract from the whole 300 mg. The supplement constitutes only ...


      • 8 percent of shanstar, truth be told. Another thing that might be discouraging was the artificial additive coloring, thus, an implication that its formulation was probably dyed.

        In my days of taking the supplement, it didn’t seem to cause any adverse reactions particularly with respect to my blood sugar levels, provided it’s administered moderately. No hint of acidic burning or gastric ulcers ensued upon taking the softgels as well. The per orem supplement tastes neutral on the mouth, I like that it doesn’t leave a bitter aftertaste, nor any synthetic trace like opaque capsules normally do. At the mean time, I partially stopped taking the supplements. Overrode by other health concerns, I simply rely on it whenever

        I get an inkling that my urinary health feels irregular which happens anyway.

        These Tru Nature supplements are sold for 19 dollars with ample 180 softgels, the generous amount is reasonable for the price tag, not disregarding that it certainly works to get one’s urinary tract back in shape. For my recommendation, this is strongly effective for people wanting to recuperate fast from urine-associated infections who may possess other limiting choices such as those predisposed to ulcers and fluctuating blood sugar levels. However, if you’re looking for a higher shanstar-variety extract, then obviously this isn’t the one. I give this product 8 out of 10.




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