Nutritional supplement with mannose, biotin, vitamin C and B2
Mannose (D-mannose) is a simple sugar that is closely related to other monosaccharides such as glucose or fructose. Small quantities of mannose are found in nature in many plants, trees and fruits, such as in peaches, apples and apricots, as well as some berries, such as cranberries. The human organism also produces some D-mannose. It acts as an integral part of the membranes and lines the entire inner wall of the urinary tract.
Cranberries are bright red relatives of the lingonberry. Alongside their intensive, acidic-bitter taste, the secondary plant compounds contained in them, such as proanthocyanidins (PAC), are particularly appreciated.
We have supplemented them with vitamin C, which contributes towards a normal immune system function and protection of the cells against oxidative stress, and biotin and vitamin B2, which support the maintenance of healthy mucous membranes. These functions are also important for the bladder.