Supplement, 30 modified-release tablets
Italian pharmacode: 911002121

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Urofil is a food supplement containing Cranberry, Methionine and Pomegranate.

  • Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) juice and cranberry extracts are a source of polyphenols including proanthocyanidins, flavonoids and quercetin known to have anti-inflammatory and antibacterial potential. Recent studies showed that cranberry significantly reduced the incidence of urinary tract infections and it is effective particularly for individuals with recurrent infections. Research suggested that its mechanism of action preventing bacterial adherence to host cell surface membranes.
  • Methionine: the kidneys can use L-methionine to acidify the urine and prevent the formation of kidney stones. Urine with a pH value of between 4 and 6 can inhibit the growth of bacteria in cases of cystitis, as most bacteria cannot survive in an acidic environment. Acid pH can also optimise the effects of many antibiotics.
  • Pomegranate: rich source of natural antioxidant compounds such as flavonoids and anthocyanins that help the body to counteract free radicals. Pomegranate is also rich with Ellagitannins such as Ellagic Acid and Punicalagin that have been identified as compounds capable of inhibit the proliferation of human cancer cells and modulate inflammatory subcellular signaling pathways and apoptosis

How to use
We recommend 1 or 2 tablets a day if required. Drink abundantly during the day.


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