What is UT Vital?
Each year millions of people worldwide struggle with recurring urinary tract infections (UTI). The typical treatment is antibiotics with potentially dangerous side effects that actually increase the chance of getting a second, or third UTI. While antibiotics are effective at removing a UTI we thought there must be a better alternative, a natural alternative to help support a healthy urinary tract.
Our team of researchers at BioVital Labs got to work and found what we believe to be the most effective and safe natural ingredients*. Next we created our unique formula which is delivered as a monthly program. UTVital was born… and now it can help you maintain a healthy urinary tract by restoring balance to your system.
*Please see the Research tab for more information.
Cranberry Extract (36:1) - 30mg [equates to 1,080mg]
D Mannose - 400mg
Vitamin C - 100mg
Vitamin D - 600IU
Probiotics Blend (L. rhamnosus & L. reuteri) - 550mg
Hibiscus Extract - 200mg
UT Vital is safe, natural and usually well tolerated by the body. Most people who take UT Vital do not experience side effects. When side effects do occur, they tend to be mild and short-lasting.
You can safely take UT Vital with all nutritional supplements and most prescription medications. Please consult a physician before taking UT Vital if you are diabetic, pregnant or nursing.
Recommended dosage is two capsules taken with water, either both in the morning, or one in the morning and one in the afternoon – as you see fit. It is not recommended that you exceed three capsules at a time or four in one day. Exceeding the maximum dosage is not dangerous, though it may lead to a possible increase of the potential side effects.
When taken as directed, UT Vital is safe and poses no short-term or long-term health risks.
Please talk to your doctor before taking UT Vital with anticoagulants such as warfarin (Coumadin®) or heparin, or blood thinners. UT Vital may interact with these drugs. If you take Vitamin C or D supplements separately please consider if both doses are necessary. Consuming high dosage of these supplements may have additional side effects.
Vitamin C may interact with acerola, acidifying, cholesterol-lowering, and immune system affecting herbs. Vitamin D may interfere with herbs that affect blood sugar levels, blood pressure, herbs metabolized by cytochrome P450 enzyme system. It may also interact with aluminium, antacids, antiandrogenics, antiasthma herbs, antibacterials, and anticancer herbs. Please note that the use of antibiotics may decrease the effectiveness of UT Vital.
Medications that decrease the immune system (Immunosuppressants) interacts with probiotics.
Possible Side Effects
While most people taking UT Vital experience NO side effects, possible side effects can include:
- Intestinal gas
- Loose stools
- Abdominal cramps
Feel free to contact BioVital Customer Support if you have any questions or concerns.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if UTVital is right for me?
UTVital is for men or women who are experiencing:
- Recurring UTI’s
- Burning when urinating
- Pelvic pain
- Antibiotic resistance or enduring dangerous side effects
- Excessive sweating due to sports/exercise
- UTI’s after sexual intercourse
- Newly sexually active
Where is UTVital manufactured?
UTVital is made in the USA in a facility that meets FDA guidelines and was awarded the NSF Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) seal of approval. Sadly, many UTI support products available online are made in China. China currently has a bad track record with product contamination after lead was found in numerous products. We are proud to manufacture UTVital in the USA.
How long will it take to reach me?
All orders are shipped by Amazon with tracking within the continental U.S. Orders are usually shipped within one business day and should reach you within 7-10 business days.
Is it shipped discreetly?
Yes, it comes in a plain box just the same as any Amazon purchase.
How can I check the status of my order?
Feel free to ask us about the status of your order at firstname.lastname@example.org, or use the tracking number supplied in your e-mailed receipt to keep track of your shipment’s location.
How do I order UTVital?
You can order online at Amazon.com. All you need is an address and your credit card.
How do I cancel my auto ship Subscribe & Save service?
You can cancel at any time your Amazon Subscribe & Save service at anytime from within your Amazon account.
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept Visa, Master Card, American Express and Discover via Amazon. We apologize, but we do not accept cash, checks, or money orders. For PayPal you can purchase via eBay.
How can I be sure my information is secure?
BioVital Labs LLC only uses encrypted, PCI–compliant methods for storing and transferring customer data. Customer security is a top priority and we are a fully registered, PCI–compliant merchant.
What is your guarantee?
UT Vital orders come with a 60–day guarantee from authorized sellers only. If you are unsatisfied for any reason you may return the product within 60 days for a full refund of the purchase price. Currently BioVital Labs is the only authorized seller.
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