Essential sugars: cystitis
This essential sugar can no longer be found in food today
The name mannose comes from manna, which the Bible describes as food that the Hebrews are said to have eaten during their journey through the Sinai Desert. Manna is a sweet extract and is found in several trees and shrubs, such as Fraxinus ornus , also known as manna ash.
Mannose is an epimer of glucose. As D-mannose, it is a natural hexose and a component of numerous plant polysaccharides (mannans). It is an important part of membranes in the body. E. coli bacteria bind with mannose in the urine in such a way that these harmful bacteria are flushed out when you urinate. Escherichia coli (E. coli for short) is an acid-producing, gram-negative, rod-shaped bacterium.
Approximately one in four adult women has problems urinating once or several times a year. Every eighth person has a cystitis, mostly with coliform bacteria.
Mannose plays a major role in tissue and cell renewal. It is no longer in the diet and is mainly obtained from the aloe plant. It can also be found in special Chinese mushrooms.
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The 8 essential sugars:
improves cell communication and increases calcium absorption.
especially helps to increase memory, stimulates calcium absorption and improves intercellular communication. Glucose is the sugar that is formed from carbohydrates in the metabolism.
affects the development of the brain, especially long-term memory. It supplies the rapidly growing body of the newborn with glyconutrients.
plays a major role in the renewal of tissue and cells. Mannose binds foreign substances in the urine bladder and prevents them from accumulating on the bladder wall. It is no longer in the diet. It can still be found in special Chinese mushrooms.
Xylose supports intercellular communication and is not contained in food. It is often used as a sweetener in products for diabetics because it has only a minimal effect on the insulin balance in the body.
N-acetyl neuraminic acid
is very important for brain development, brain regeneration and pineal activity. The older a person gets, the less the organism can obtain N-acetylneuraminic acid from food. It is found in breast milk.
is no longer present in the diet and can only be obtained from rare, untreated plants.
This recently discovered form of sugar helps with cell communication. It can no longer be found in food, but it can be obtained from plants at great expense.
Dissolve 6 measuring spoons of 0.5g (= 3g) mannose in 1 glass of water and drink 1 to 2 times a day.
200g powder D-mannose in a very pure form, water-soluble, slightly sweet in taste. The measuring spoon is included in the container.