Utiva Health UTI Control Prevent UTIs naturally. Just one capsule a day for better health. Stop UTIs before they start. Extracted from deep within cranberries, doctors recommend 36mg PACs to prevent recurring UTIs and reduce antibiotic issues. The American Urological Association upgraded its guidelines to include cranberries as a non-antibiotic option with a special mention that PACs (Proanthocyanidins) are the bioactive molecule of the cranberry.
Compared with regular cranberry pills for UTIs, each Utiva Control Capsules contains 36 mg of PACs at 15% concentration - one of the highest in the market, and the clinically proven amount necessary to be effective at avoiding UTIs. This full source of PACs has strong positive effects on gut and bladder health and provides a greater amount of antioxidants.
Take 1 capsule daily around the same time with or without food.
Take 2 Utiva capsules the day of and 2 more 24 hours later.
All Vitamin K has been removed to minimize interaction with blood thinners, and only trace amounts of oxalates exist to reduce the impact on kidney stones.
Utiva carefully selects cranberries known to have high PAC content, sourced locally in North America, to produce this unique product.
Healthcare practitioners from across North America recommend Utiva Urinary Tract Infection Control Supplement to female and male patients to help prevent UTIs and support good urinary tract health.
Utiva's main active ingredient is proanthocyanidins (PACs), clinically proven to be the cranberries' most bioactive component for naturally treating UTIs.
Proanthocyanidins (PACs) are an all-natural plant-based micronutrient full of antioxidants. Our high concentration of PACs helps to promote and maintain good overall health.
500mg high dose cranberry capsules typically have less than 1% PACs (<5mg). One Utiva pill has 240mg of cranberry with 15% PAC concentration = 36mg PACs.
One 8oz glass of cranberry juice has < 9mg PACs and > 30g of sugar. One Utiva pill has 240mg of cranberry with 15% PAC concentration = 36mg PACs.