Aug 18, 2010

CYSTEX LIQUID CRANBERRY REVIEW & GIVEAWAY

Brittany from  RLA  sent me sooooo much great stuff to review!  Cystex Liquid Cranberry Complex was one of the awesome products they sent me.  I really love this stuff!!

Cystex Liquid Cranberry Complex with Proantinox : Cranberries have long played a role in helping many women, particularly those with recurring urinary tract infections (UTIs), to promote better bladder health. In fact, some 50 percent of women report drinking a lot of cranberry juice when they suspect they have a UTI, according to a survey conducted for Cystex. But drinking eight glasses of cranberry juice is not enjoyable or tolerable, and can be loaded with sugar and calories. A clinically-proven alternative is just one tablespoon of new Cystex Liquid Cranberry Complex with Proantinox taken daily to promote urinary tract health, which can benefit millions of women most susceptible to recurring, painful urinary tract infections.

Cystex Liquid Cranberry Complex combines the health benefit of eight glasses of cranberry juice in one tablespoon of its unique, convenient Proantinox cranberry formula. More than just cranberry concentrate, its proprietary blend also contains D-Mannose (from cranberries), bromelain (from pineapple), inulin, and vitamin C, a combination designed to boost bladder health.

Cystex Liquid Cranberry Complex is backed by a new study being published in the journal Urology, which shows 91% of women taking daily Cystex Liquid Cranberry Complex with Proantinox remained free of recurring UTIs. In addition, Cystex Liquid Cranberry Complex:
· Is lactose-, gluten- and sugar-free
· Is only one calorie per tablespoon
 Contains 17 times more proanthocyanidins (PACs) that cranberry tablets

I received this Cystex Liquid Cranberry drink in just the perfect time.  I was having some problems with recurring UTI's and the Dr. prescribed another antibiotic and suggested I keep drinking Cranberry Juice.
I like Cranberry Juice, but after the second glass I just can't drink any more that day.  I tried the Cystex the day I received it in the mail.  The directions say to take one Tablespoon full a day to help prevent UTI's and to take 2 Tablespoon a day if you are already experiencing these symptoms.  So I took 2 Tablespoons that day.

I really liked the taste of the Cystex Liquid Cranberry drink.  It kind of tastes like a spoonful of sugar water.  I would recommend to take it after it is refrigerated, this seems to make it tastes really even better.  The directions say you may or may not refrigerate.

I took the Cystex drink for a several days and I was feeling great by the end of the week.  Of course one reason could be the antibiotic I was on ,  but I truly feel this cranberry drink it a plus for prevention.  Cranberry juice has been proven to be one of the best cures and preventions for UTI's and bladder infections for many years.
I would recommend Cystex Cranberry Liquid drink for several reasons:
 *Tastes better than drinking pure, straight Cranberry Juice.
* Cystex Liquid by the Tablespoon is a lot easier to digest
    compared to 8 full glasses of  Cranberry Juice.
* Proven to work faster than having to wait on the 8 glasses of juice.
* Easier to maintain and store.
* The price of the Cystex Cranberry Liquid is perfect compared to the 8 glasses of the bottled      
   juice. Cystex is a lot cheaper.

If you are experiencing signs and symptoms of a UTI, you can manage it with Cystex® Urinary Pain Relief Tablets, the only over-the-counter urinary pain reliever available with a dual-action formula that not only eases the pain and burning caused by a urinary tract infection, but also contains an antibacterial (methenamine) to help keep the infection from getting worse while you wait for your doctor's appointment. It won't cause a change in your urine color either.

Look for Cystex at these retailers.

Retail:
•Walmart, •Fred Meyer, •Meijer

 Drug Stores:
•Long's, •Duane Reade, •Kerr

•Discount Drug
•Kiney Drug, •Bartell Drug,• •Hi-School,•Snyder Drug,•Drug Emporium, •Medic Discount Drug,•Rite Aid
Food Stores:
•Safeway,•Winn Dixie, •Albertson's,•Von's, •Weis Markets,•Food Lion,•Wegman's, •Raley's,•H.E. Butt,
•Giant Foods, •Randall's,•Dominick's, •Tops, •Woodman's


If you squat when you urinate in a public restroom to avoid an infection from the toilet seat, you may actually be doing more harm then good. Board-certified urologist explains how squatting over the seat can actually prevent the complete emptying of the bladder, which can lead to infection, especially in women who are prone to urinary tract infections(UTIs).
Giveaway
Brittany @ RLA is giving away 1 Bottle of Cystex Cranberry Complex to one of my Lucky Readers.
Here is the requirements:
Mandatory Entry: Visit the Cystex website and come back and leave a comment about what can cause UTI's.
Extra Entries: ( all count as one entry unless noted)
1.  Follow RLA & Chatter on Facebook
2.  Visit Cystex Cranberry Complex  and
leave me a comment about their company.
3.  Follow RLA & Chatter on Twitter
4.  Follow me on my Blog
5.  Follow me on Twitter
6.  Grab my Button (+2)

I was not compensated in any way other than receiving a bottle of Cystex  This review is  based on my own opinion.  Contest open to USA and 18 and up.  Winner will be chosen by Random Org. com on Sept. 20,2010 . Winner has 48 hrs. to reply back to me by e-mail after I notify you.
I would like to thank RLA and Brittany for allowing me to host this review/giveaway.

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