Magazine 15 June 2021

Bacteria sensitive to pure D-mannose


  1. Bacteria: What is Pure D-Mannose
  2. Bacteria Sensitive to Pure D-Mannose: Gram-positive and Gram-negative
  3. Bacteria sensitive to pure D-mannose: what are they?


Hello Friend,

The work of the detective requires intuition, insight, impartiality: he tries to see beyond the facts and does not dwell or settle for the first truth.

Investigating, understanding, and discovering are the clothes the Detective wears daily. 🔍

What does this have to do with your reading?

In this article, we’ll be like detectives, ready to ferret out those bacteria that trigger your cystitis and can be wiped out by Pure D-mannose. We’ll find them and sketch them, so we’re never caught off guard again.

Let’s solve the case.🕵️♀️

Ah, write to me if you have any doubts!


Bacteria: What is Pure D-Mannose

As our first piece of evidence, we have Pure D-mannose.
Mm, better describe its characteristic traits. We need to understand what “Mr. Pure D-mannose” is actually about.

Pure D-mannose is a simple sugar extracted directly from Birch bark, the highest quality, and most valuable source. 🌺

Its job is to latch onto the “paws” of the bacteria and allow you to excrete them through your urine. It does not damage the bladder and does not create so-called bacterial resistance!

A very good profile, I would say…🧐

Let’s do it!

Bacteria Sensitive to Pure D-Mannose: Gram-positive and Gram-negative

Now, we need to understand which bacteria invade your bladder overbearingly and cause cystitis with all its annoying symptoms.
You have to find them!

We have a clue: bacteria come from two large families; there are so-called Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria.

Let’s delve into it together.😘

The division between these two categories derives from the analysis technique used in 1884 by the Danish bacteriologist Gram and depends on the different coloration that the bacteria assume.

Gram staining is a laboratory method used to classify bacteria based on their structure and wall characteristics primarily.🤓

This is a test used extensively to distinguish the bacteria present in a sample and classify their level of resistance to antibiotics.

Two different groups, different personalities, and different ways to fight them, but we will find the culprits!

  • Gram-positive bacteria: are those bacteria that, after laboratory analysis, are positive for staining and retain a purple or blue coloration. Their cell wall is homogeneous, thick, and strong. They usually consider themselves less dangerous than friends in the other group and are more susceptible to treatment.
  • Gram-negative bacteria: these are those bacteria that undergo discolouration, presenting a colour towards pink. It is a tougher and more complex nucleus characterized by a consistent outer membrane (a further protective shield composed of a double layer) and a thinner cell wall.

Both families of bacteria can trigger urinary tract infections: microorganisms that can live at the expense of other organisms, thus causing you to get cystitis.🥺

They’re just crafty and obnoxious!

Bacteria sensitive to pure D-mannose: what are they?

Well, let’s take stock of the situation: a good detective must know how to play the cards he holds well, to move smartly to find the culprits!

We have an ally and accomplice, Pure D-mannose , and a clue of where they come from.
Shot 💣

We already have a culprit: E. coli, from the Gram-negative family.

Let’s question him to tell us the names of the “relatives involved” that cause urinary tract infections….

…he confessed, there they are:

– Klebsiella
It is a Gram-negative bacterium normally present in the mucosa of our intestinal tract, which becomes a culprit the moment it reaches the bladder.

Klebsiella is present almost everywhere and is easily transmitted from one part to another because it can cunningly colonize many environments.

You may have to deal with them unpleasantly in the hospital setting, during surgery, or after invasive antibiotic treatments. Other situations that facilitate Klebsiella infection may include debilitated immune systems (diabetes), inadequate past treatments, or other concomitant diseases.

– Salmonella
Also, in the Gram-negativegroup, it is transmitted mainly through ingestion of contaminated food or drink (non-potable water).

Food contamination can occur during production, preparation, or cooking due to improper food handling mainly in eggs and pork). 🙆♀️

– Shigella
The gram-negative bacterium, the infection of which occurs, above all, through contact with feces.

For example, while changing a diaper and not washing your hands thoroughly, or during careless cleansing: intimate hygiene is always very important!

But it can also be encountered swimming in unclean waters.

Our culprits then confessed to us who the others are: those of the Gram-positive family. 🕵️♀️
We cornered them!

– Enterococcus
The gram-positive bacterium that is naturally part of our intestinal flora and from which it can spread and proliferate, causing infections, such as the urinary one.

The elderly or those with weak immune systems, those in hospital settings or using bladder catheters may be more likely to encounter enterococcus.
You’ve got to put these bacteria in jail!

– Stafile
Identified as Gram-positive, it relates to us (not a well-intended relationship) with physical contact. Cuts, wounds, and blood increase the chances of making an enemy of us.😮
Unfortunately, we also find it on objects we use (ex: phones, remote controls, door handles and elevator buttons).

Finally, Mr. D-mannose Puro, our dear friend accomplice, told us it could attack even the most resistant bacteria (even if with a double initial dose, compared to the standard one) such as:

– Proteus admirables
It belongs to the strongest family, the Gram-negatives , and we have it routinely in our intestines. It is bad and, when its overgrowth occurs, it reaches our bladder.

Proteus Mirabilis can result from repeated treatment with antibiotics or medications, use of aggressive products, catheters or healthcare facilities.

Way to go, we have concluded our case.💪

I invite you to do another investigation, if you wish, by reading this article of ours on how to treat bacterial cystitis and discovering our kit!

You’ve been a great partner and if you have any doubts, message me. ❤️


Big hug!


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