Always on the go has a much different meaning for Joe today than it did 10 years ago. At age 45, he was quite active. Almost never staying home, going here and there with family and friends, outings, get-togethers, even regular evening walks with his wife Emma.
Fast forward nine years. Joe was still able to do all the things he did before, but would often hesitate, even preplan before accepting invitations or deciding to venture out. Why the hesitation? Why the preplanning? Because Joe has an aging prostate issue, which creates the need for him to urinate often and makes him feel as though he has to go, even when he just gone. What’s more, would be up all night running to the restroom and not getting any good rest, which left him tired, even lethargic feeling.
Before, when he’d be planning fun stuff like where to go on the next fishing trip or making sure the seats at the ballgame were in the shade, or even what he wanted to show Emma during their next walk – He never stopped to think about bathroom proximity.
About half of all men over the age of 50 exhibit signs related to an aging prostate, because the prostate gland tends to grow over time. According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health, prostate gland issues are strictly an age-related phenomenon that begins around age 40.
This issue with frequent urination and always feeling like he had to go didn’t happen overnight. It was gradual, so initially he just chalked it up to being a sign he was getting older and needed to slow down. What he didn’t realize was that within a few months he would have a whole new lease on life thanks to one, simple, plant-based supplement.
URINOZINC®, the No. 1 selling prostate health supplement brand* is endorsed by doctors, because they regard it as a safe, effective, drug-free alternative for mild to moderate aging prostate issues. URINOZINC’s natural ingredients also alleviated Joe’s concerns. He didn’t want to deal with reported side effects found in many pharmaceutical compounds.
URINOZINC’s Key Ingredients Combine to Provide Multiple Benefits
- Beta-sitosterol, Zinc and Saw Palmetto extract – promote prostate cell health†
- Beta-sitosterol and Zinc – improve testosterone metabolism†
- Vitamin B-12 and Folic Acid – support a healthy blood flow†
- Selenium, Vitamin E and Lycopene – provides prostate-friendly antioxidants†
- Pygeum Africanum (African plum/cherry tree) extract and Nettle – stimulate a healthy urine flow†
- Vitamin D, Calcium and Magnesium – encourage mineral absorption and regulation†
- Pumpkin Seed extract – rejuvenates the aging prostate†
This powerful, proprietary formula delivered real results for Joe. He’s never felt so vibrant and healthy. Most of the problems associated with his aging prostate have subsided and he’s back to being his normal self.
Today, he and Emma have started taking their regular walks again and even started doing some traveling. Life is hardly over for Joe and he’s back to living his best life, thanks to URINOZINC®, which is designed to help alleviate aging prostate issues – and that’s exactly what it’s doing for Joe.
Signs of an Aging Prostate
Let Joe’s journey inspire you. Here are some signs to look for –
- Do you need to urinate frequently, especially at night?
- Do you have a weak, slow or intermittent urine stream?
- Have you noticed that you’re having starting and stopping issues?
- Are you feeling like you have to go, even after just going?
- Do you experience dribbling after urination?
- Does your bladder never seem to empty completely?
- Is there blood in your urine?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, it’s time to talk to your doctor. Tell him/her of your symptoms and ask about taking an URINOZINC® supplement. If you are diagnosed with an aging prostate, this could be your first and easiest line of defense. Don’t give up. There is hope and Joe is proof.
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† These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
– U.S. National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia: An Overview, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1477638/