Avoid Costly and Alarming Doctor and Emergency Room Visits Caused By UTIs
Many of you have described a scary, evolving medical situation to us where undetected UTIs result in delirium and serious kidney infections, with frequent rushes to Doctor's office or emergency rooms.
This is because seniors often don't have symptoms, and so a simple UTI becomes very dangerous quickly.
Introducing the Test and Treat UTI Home Kit
Now you can monitor your patient’s UTIs right at home with our new test strips and immediately flush out any bacteria that may be there with our D-Mannose powder.*
*NOTE: Individual results may vary and testimonials are not claimed to represent typical results. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
How To Read Test Results: compare your results on the test strip to the results on the label on the side of the bottle that they came in. More information on how to detect the presence of a UTI can be found here.
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Buy D-Mannose and Get Test Strips Free
Our goal is to help Caregivers easily check on the UTI status for their patient or loved one.
When you buy a 30 day supply of D-Mannose powder you will get a free box of 50 test Strips. This is a $46. value for just $30.
Just put put the Test Strips in your shopping cart, then add the D-Mannose powder, and use the code "free strips" when checking out to take advantage of this promotion.
Success stories like these are why we love our jobs:
“My mother has had NO UTIs since starting this supplement. She is enjoying the longest time free of recurrent infections and antibiotic meds that she has had in years. At 95, a urinary tract infection has crazy effects on Mom. She will get confused, unsteady, chilled and fatigued; hitting hard and fast without the typical symptoms. We are both so grateful for your formula.”*
- Karen P
"My mother in law was getting UTI all the time which made her have systems of dementia. She was very bad. Now with Goodbye powder she is doing great. She hasn't had a flare in 3 months." *