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Cystex Review

Have you ever had a Urinary Tract Infection? If you have you’ve probably tried drinking Cranberry juice at some point. The problem with drinking Cranberry juice is that it can be bitter and if you drink cranberry juice cocktail it can contain too much sugar and calories to help with the infection.

Now there is a solution to help with preventative care. Cystex Liquid Cranberry Complex with Proantinox has been clinically proven to help prevent Urinary Tract Infections. Cystex combines the health benefit of eight glasses of cranberry juice in its formula. It also contains D-Mannose, Inulin, Bromelain and Vitamin C, all ingredients to help boost bladder health. All you have to do is take 1 Tablespoon daily to help promote urinary tract health.

I would much rather take 1 Tablespoon daily that feel even the first symptoms of an infection! I received a bottle of Cystex Liquid Cranberry Complex to try. I was hesitant to taste it and expected it to taste bitter. I was impressed at how good it tasted. There was no bitter after taste and it was actually very pleasant.

The formula is gluten, lactose and sugar-free so just about everyone should be able to benefit from it. I even gave some to my son. His dystonia can cause UTI’s pretty quickly for him so I wanted to see how he tolerated it. His stomach can be sensitive. He had no problems and I will use this with him. The liquid complex has a higher absorption rate and has 17 times the PACs of cranberry tablets. Basically it means no more crushing cranberry and bromelain tablets for me to push through his feeding tube. This is always a big benefit in my life.

Cystex Liquid Cranberry Complex with Proantinox is available at drug and mass-market stores nationwide and online.

I received a bottle of Cystex Liquid Cranberry Complex to try for review. This is my honest opinion and was not influenced in any way.

Erin

Erin is an Army wife and mom of two girls and one boy who lives in Utah. I love to read, blog, and be an advocate for childhood stroke survivors like her son.

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