ASK THE PHARMACIST
Meet The Pharmacist Who Supervises Goodbye UTI Production
Dr. Dustin De Panicis supervises the production of Goodbye UTI. He is a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD). The PharmD is a professional degree similar to a Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS). As a doctorate, it represents the increasing responsibility pharmacists have in health care systems and the high trust Americans have in pharmacists.
As the CEO and founder of Catalyst Nutraceuticals, he is also an expert in nutritional supplements like Goodbye UTI, and has been producing products for clients for over 10 years.
Medical research indicates that the E Coli bacteria which cause UTI's have filaments that allow them to stick to the lining of the bladder, causing prolonged symptoms and recurrences. The natural sugar molecules in Goodbye UTI attract these bacteria which then bind to the molecules and are flushed out in your urine.
And when Goodbye UTI is taken every day, it lines the bladder with these molecules creating a protective coating that protects the bladder so that new bacteria cannot lodge there.
For an active UTI, take 1 scoop in 8 oz. of water every 3 hours for 48 hours. You should notice that symptoms are dissipating in the first 24 hours. To avoid recurrences, take 1 scoop in water every day.
Goodbye UTI is pure D-Mannose, a simple sugar found in many fruits. It is related to glucose. It also occurs naturally in some cells in the human body.
Goodbye UTI is a nutraceutical produced in our FDA-inspected facility in Georgia according to our custom specifications. We source only from the highest quality vendors and test all incoming raw materials to ensure that quality.
Some people have reported bloating, loose stools, and diarrhea, but generally it is very well tolerated.
When you drink a glass of water a scoop of the Goodbye UTI powder, it travels to your bladder in a matter of minutes so only a small amount of it is metabolized by the body. This reduces the impact on blood sugar levels and makes it safe for diabetics to take.
Little is known about the long-term safety of D-Mannose. While D-Mannose is typically considered safe because it occurs naturally in many foods, doses higher than what is consumed through normal diets may pose unknown health problems. You should consult your physician about long-term use of this product.
10% of all UTI's are not caused by E Coli bacteria, so if you notice any of the following after you've been taking Goodbye UTI for 36 hours, it's time to call your doctor for assessment and treatment:
· Your symptoms worsen
· You have a fever
· You have back pain around the kidney area
· There is blood in your urine
· You experience nausea or vomiting
Is Goodbye UTI approved by the FDA?
The FDA is not authorized to review nutritional supplement products for safety and effectiveness before they are marketed. The manufacturers and distributors of dietary supplements are responsible for making sure their products are safe BEFORE they go to market. Manufacturers are required to produce nutritional supplements in a quality manner and ensure that they do not contain contaminants or impurities, and are accurately labeled according to current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) and labeling regulations. See the information below about our cGMP-approved facility, Catalyst Nutraceuticals.
GOODBYE UTI IS MADE IN AN FDA-APPROVED FACILITY
About Catalyst Nutraceuticals
Goodbye UTI, a natural supplement for urinary tract infection, is formulated at, and manufactured by, Catalyst Nutraceuticals in Alpharetta Georgia under the strict supervision of Dr. Dustin DePanicis, PharmD.
The company stands apart from other D-Mannose manufacturers in three ways:
1) their products are formulated in the USA;
2) the company is owned and managed by a Doctor of Pharmacy; and
3) the company specializes in nutraceuticals and has an strong track record for producing top quality products for their clients.
Catalyst Nutraceuticals partners with clients to manufacture exclusive, leading-edge dietary and sports nutritional supplements. Services range from idea generation to product formulation, flavoring and packaging. The company is family-owned-and-operated, with over 50 employees and more than a decade of research, formulation and manufacturing expertise.
For more information, visit the Catalyst Nutraceuticals website at: http://www.CatalystNutra.com