Is it safe to take Uqora if I have diabetes?

D-Mannose, one of the ingredients in Uqora, is a type of carbohydrate, but not like those that are common, like glucose or fructose, in that it is not fully metabolized for energy and does not affect blood sugar. Uqora does not contain carbohydrates that would commonly be called "sugars".

Any effect on blood sugar levels should be minimal. For this reason, many sources claim D-mannose is safe for use by diabetics. Others issue a caution, so it’s always best to discuss its use with your doctor.

Uqora's ingredients are recognized as safe by the US FDA (GRAS). However, we always recommend checking with your doctor about any specific questions or concerns about any medication you might be taking or any specific concerns regarding your medical history. You can also search any medications you are taking on drugs.com to see if your medication has any significant interactions with any other compounds.


Here is the list of ingredients in case you'd like to share those with your doctor.

Uqora Target (doses for 1 packet)
Active ingredients: Vitamin C - 480mg; D-Mannose - 2g; Vitamin B6 - 50mg; Calcium - 50mg; Magnesium - 12mg; Potassium - 9mg
Inactive ingredients: Natural Lemon Flavor, Citric Acid, Organic Stevia, Silicone Dioxide, Beet Juice Powder, Maltodextrin

Uqora Control (doses for 2 capsules)
Active ingredients: Turmeric Extract (Curcumin 95%) - 200mg; D-Mannose - 600mg; Green Tea Extract 95%/ 50% EGCG - 200mg; Black Pepper Powder - 10mg
Inactive ingredients: Hypromellose Capsule, Vegan Capsule

Uqora Promote (doses for 1 capsule)
Active ingredients: Lactobacillus Rhamnosus (5 Billion CFU) - 67 mg; Lactobacillus Reuteri (5 Billion CFU) - 25 mg; Prebiotic FOS (fructooligosaccharides) - 25 mg;
Inactive ingredients: Hypromellose, Rice Flour, Magnesium Stearate.

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