You can take Uralix subject to continuing to test the glucose levels, please check with your GP before starting any new supplement.
One of the ingredients, D-mannose ( 400mg/capsule) is an isomer of glucose- not glucose- that is metabolised differently than glucose, it is not stored in the liver but rapidly eliminated through the urinary tract with negligible effect on the sugar metabolism.
Research shows that quantities as high as 0.2g/kg ( that is 12 grams/person weighting 60kg or 14 grams/person weighting 70kg) taken at once do not affect glucose concentration.
4 URALIX capsules include 1,6 grams of D-mannose.
“A bolus of <0.2g/Kg body weight increases mannose concentration by 3-fold with a clearance T1/2 of ~ 4hr, without affecting glucose concentration” https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4252654/
:”A good sugar, D- mannose suppresses autoimmune diabetes” https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5613377/