Cran-Max® – The Clinically Proven Cranberry Extract
Cranberries contain highly active compounds called “A-type proanthocyanins” (PAC). These compounds have been shown in studies to produce an anti-adhesion response to bacteria, preventing them from adhering to cells. The bacteria can then be flushed from the body.
Cran-Max® cranberry concentrate is a whole-berry extract using cranberries grown in the USA. It uses all components of the cranberry, including skin, seeds, pulp, juice and fiber to deliver a highly concentrated form of cranberry.
Cran-Max® has been clinically shown to help promote a healthy Urinary Tract. It is delivered by a unique, patented delivery system called Bio-Shield® Technology. Bio-Shield® Technology protects the Cran-Max® as it passes through the digestive system until it reaches the lower gastrointestinal tract where it can be better absorbed.
Cran-Max® has been the subject of numerous clinical studies that have demonstrated its safety and efficacy. Several published and unpublished studies show urinary tract health benefits from Cran-Max® supplementation, including the following published studies:
While cranberry juice is a well-known remedy for urinary tract and bladder infections, cranberry juice is also a good yeast fighter. When consumed regularly, it’s said to prevent recurrent yeast infections.
Probiotics For Yeast Infection And Women’s Private Health
Yeast infections happen when there’s an overgrowth of fungus called Candida. There are many different strains of Candida, but Candida albicans is the most common cause of vaginal yeast infections. Candida is part of our normal microbiota, but sometimes it grows a little too much. This disrupts your usual microbiota balance, causing a yeast infection.
Taking multi-strains of Lactobacillus quickly re-populates your intestines with good bacteria and produces lactic and acetic acids which helps to rebalance the pH in your intestine and restore the acidity that is needed to curb the yeast overgrowth.
Combination of multi-strains probiotics can regulate the intestinal and vaginal microecological balance: