June 12, 2009
Restore bladder flow with two powerful nutrients
Bladder emptying is too often a problem for men as they age. And it can even affect some women. In men, the prostate can swell and obstruct urinary flow. In time, the bladder may weaken, so that even if there is surgical relief of the obstruction, flow might be a dribble. Two of my favorite nutrients might help if you have this problem.
In a recent study, researchers partially blocked the bladder of test rabbits. That would be similar to a swollen prostate. In these animals, their bladder response to various stimuli decreased.
However, when they treated the rabbits with CoQ10 and alpha-lipoic acid (ALA), the two nutrients completely restored their bladder function! The supplements also reduced damage to proteins within the rabbits' bladders. The supplements even improved the integrity of the bladder contractile muscle. And they improved mitochondrial (energy) function and neuronal effects (nerve transmission).
I told you in my last health alert that Advanced Bionutritionals recently formulated an outstanding CoQ10 (ubiquinol) product. What I didn't tell you was that this new and improved supplement also contains ALA. This product might restore function to a stressed bladder. I'd suggest starting with one tablet, three times per day.
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If you don't get results, you can increase the dose. I know of no problems with doubling or even tripling the dose. Please let me know if it helps you. You can order this fantastic product by following this link.
Yours for better health and medical freedom,
Ref: J Urol, 2008 Sept 18.