While several supplements are frequently advertised for avoiding urinary tract infections (UTIs), it’s crucial to remember that the efficacy of these supplements varies and there is only minimal scientific evidence to support their use. A healthcare practitioner should always be consulted for specific advice and direction on UTI prevention and treatment. Having said that, the following dietary supplements have been recommended for preventing UTIs:
Supplements containing cranberries: Cranberry supplements, which are frequently sold as tablets or capsules, are frequently linked to the prevention of UTIs. Proanthocyanidins, which are found in cranberries, may help prevent bacterial adhesion to the wall of the urinary system. However, there is conflicting evidence supporting their efficacy, and additional study is required to draw definitive conclusions.