Natural Herbal Support for Weak Bladder and Incontinence

A Healthquest Podcast by Steve Lankford

Steve Lankford talks with Tracey Seipel about a new herbal option for bladder support.

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Bladder leakage and incontinence is a serious health concern for many people. Even the challenge of frequent urination can be distressing. Those who don’t have these problems are often unaware of the impact this issue can cause. In this interview, Tracey Seipel describes the challenge of weak bladder function and the innovative herbal combination that has been shown to improve these issues in as little as one months’ time.

Tracey Seipel is the developer of Urox for bladder support. Urox is one of those unique clinically studied raw materials that I support. Research has shown significant benefit for those with frequent urination, incontinence and bladder leakage with Tracey’s product, Urox. In this interview, you will learn all about this product, the research that has been done, how to use it and what to expect. You can know in a very short time if Urox will work for you.

Tracey makes the point that Urox may be helpful for men with frequent urination due to prostate enlargement. Sometimes it is not the prostate but rather the bladder. If your frequency is not controlled by prostate treatment, then you could consider bladder support.

Steve Lankford is the host of HealthQuestPodcast.com. Steve has over 40 years of experience in the natural products industry. His passion is helping others develop nutritional programs that work. At HealthQuestPodcast.com, Steve interviews the experts in the fields of science and nutrition. His in depth explorations and consumer friendly style are designed help listeners learn about the science of nutrition. His guests are some of the most respected experts in the natural products industry.

To learn more, visit HealthQuestPodcast.com.

NOTE: The statements presented in this podcast should not be considered medical advice or a way to diagnose or treat any disease or illness. Dietary supplements do not treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always seek the advice of a medical professional before adding a dietary supplement to (or removing one from) your daily regimen. WholeFoods Magazine does not endorse any specific brand or product.

Published by WholeFoods Magazine Online, 10/31/2014