[Savvy Swaps] Urinary Tract Health Supplements

Utiva Savvy Swap cranberry supplement vs cranberry juice

Cranberries are super little berries and are known for helping with urinary tract health. Did you ever wonder why?

Cranberries have this amazing antioxidant called proanthocyanidins or PACs. To get the most out of cranberries for urinary tract health we suggest avoiding sugary cranberry juice and choosing a supplement with 36mg PACs, the clinically proven dose that helps to prevent UTIs. Sugar has an unfortunate secondary effect, it actually feeds the bacteria that can cause a UTI (urinary tract infection) in the first place. 

Also, cranberry juice can have preservatives that we like to avoid. Or even worse, they can be sweetened with artificial sweeteners.

Utiva Savvy Swap cranberry supplement vs cranberry juice

So next time you suspect you have a UTI, may we suggest a high-quality brand like Utiva. Their line of products includes test strips (similar to the ones your doctor would use), UTI Cranberry PACs (with 36mg PACs), D-Mannose Attack, and probiotics known to enhance urinary tract health. You can take their supplements which are well supported by doctors to help prevent UTIs from recurring.

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Andrea Donsky, B. COMM is an international TV Health Expert, Best Selling Author, Nutritionist Podcast Host, and Founder of NaturallySavvy.com—a recipient of Healthline’s Best Healthy Living Blogs for 2019. As a pioneer and visionary in the health food industry, Andrea’s passion is to inspire people to make healthier choices. Andrea has combined her background and expertise as both a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and an entrepreneur ("She Boss!") to educate the public on living a healthy lifestyle through the creation of her businesses, books, articles, podcasts, videos, talks, and TV and radio media appearances. Andrea founded Naturally Savvy Media Inc. in 2007 in order to share her passion for healthy living, and love for natural products and companies. Among her numerous publications, Andrea co-authored Unjunk your Junk Food published by Simon and Schuster, a book that journalist, author and mother Maria Shriver endorsed: “Unjunk Your Junk Food has certainly made me more aware about the food that my children eat and the effects it has on our body and mind."</P. Andrea also co-authored two e-books entitled Label Lessons: Your Guide To A Healthy Shopping Cart, and Label Lessons: Unjunk Your Kid’s Lunch Box.