Research has identified certain compounds in cranberry may help to prevent urinary tract infections (UTIs). One study of 150 women who frequently suffered from UTIs, compared cranberry tablets and cranberry juice against a placebo for a year. The study concluded that both juice and tablets were effective at reducing UTI rate. Out of the placebo group 32% suffered from a UTI, while only 19% of the intervention group did so. Study link here.
We now highly recommend taking this product in combination with D Mannose, a natural sugar which is frequently used for UTI treatment. D Mannose has the natural ability to adhere to certain UTI causing bacteria, and may prove more effective.