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…is cranberry extract (either as capsules, or pure juice – unsweetened and not from concentrate). A component in cranberries inhibits the adhesion of E. coli, the most common bacteria associated with UTIs, to the bladder wall. This enables the body to flush it out with the urine. If you’re susceptible to recurrent UTIs, you may want to consider taking a cranberry extract on a regular basis, along with practicing careful hygiene. (Cranberry is not…

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