AZO Cranberry Urinary Tract Health Dietary Supplement

AZO Cranberry Urinary Tract Health Dietary Supplement, 1 Serving = 1 Glass of Cranberry Juice, Sugar Free, 100 Softgels

  • MAINTAIN A HEALTHY URINARY TRACT – Taking AZO Cranberry softgels as part of your daily routine can help maintain a healthy urinary tract health
  • URINARY TRACT BENEFITS OF ONE GLASS OF CRANBERRY JUICE in just 1 serving of AZO Cranberry softgels
  • SUGAR FREE – AZO Cranberry softgels are sugar free, whereas many cranberry juice cocktail brands have over 42 grams of sugar and 165 calories per 12 ounce serving; AZO Cranberry products is gluten-free. Product Form: Caplet
  • MADE WITH PACRAN, a super-concentrated whole fruit cranberry powder that helps flush the urinary tract
  • CONVENIENT, EASY TO SWALLOW SOFTGELS help maintain a healthy urinary tract; AZO Cranberry is beneficial to both men and women

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Formulated with Vitamin C, an essential nutrient that helps promote immune system function.

Get the benefits of a glass of cranberry juice in a convenient, fast-acting softgel WITHOUT the tart taste and extra sugar.

Powerful benefits of antioxidant-rich cranberries in just TWO SOFTGELS.


Product Description

“AZO Cranberry Softgels Take AZO Cranberry softgels as part of your daily routine to maintain a healthy urinary tract! Tired of drinking cranberry juice? Get the urinary tract benefits of one glass of cranberry juice in just 1 serving of AZO Cranberry softgels. These convenient, easy to swallow softgels are specifically formulated to help maintain a healthy urinary tract. AZO Cranberry is made with clinically proven Pacran, a super-concentrated whole fruit cranberry powder that helps flush to maintain urinary tract cleanliness.”


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Safety Information

This product is labelled to United States standards and may differ from similar products sold elsewhere in its ingredients, labeling and allergen warnings

Ingredients

Soybean oil, rice bran oil, gelatin, glycerin, soy lecithin, yellow beeswax, water, and colors (carob, carmine, and annatto). Contains: Soy.

Directions

Take two (2) softgels daily with water. Store in a dry place and avoid excessive heat.

Legal Disclaimer

New. One bottle Contains 100 softgels. Exp 2/15. (787651101675) Other Ingredients: Soybean oil, gelatin, glycerin, soy lecithin, yellow beeswax, water, colors (carob, carmine, annatto).

Statements regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.

What is the content of proanthocyanidins in a capsule of this product? “25,000 mg cranberry fruit” is useless and misleading information.


I work in a lab that does DMAC tests for cranberry PAC and anti-adhesion activity test. I have seen Azo cranberry (Pacran) tested multiple times. It always has very low PAC content, less than 2 mg. It also always tests very poorly for anti-adhesion activity. Anti-adhesion activity is how well it prevents the bacteria from infecting your urinary tract. This is because it is made from “whole berry”. All “whole berry’ products test poorly. The PAC are bound to the “whole berry” parts so they cannot bind to bacteria that cause UTIs. Only cranberry PAC cause anti-adhesion. The other parts of the cranberry may have health benefits but they do not help prevent UTIs. The cranberry supplements that test the best by far are (extracted) made from only pure cranberry juice.

Does it have gelatin in it?


The AZO cranberry Gummies, say gelatin-free, vegetarian, no artificial dyes. Above the supplement facts

Disgusting. Do you have to make the capsules out of pig gelatin? Definitely lost a customer with that stupid choice. It’s not to late to update the formula. I suggest AZO to switch to a vegetarian capsule for good karma and avoiding more bad karma results.

I ended up switching to scoff cranberry extract “women’s health”. Has 500 mg of cr extract, and the softgels are smaller than most others. Most softgels, from what I understand, have gelatin. Dried gelatin is what the outside of the softgels is made of, I’m pretty sure. If u don’t want gelatin, you may want to look for a tablet, or a caplet.

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