1. Support your urinary system with ProTeva Plus

    The hidden cause of your pee problems?

    If you're a guy fifty or over you might want to brace yourself before reading any further. I have some news to share that just might shock you.

    Stop me if any of this sounds at all familiar...

    Your nights are packed with potty runs that produce nothing more than a frustrating trickle. And your days are a virtual bottleneck of annoying bathroom breaks.

    Tell your friends this and they will respond as a chorus "It's your prostate!" But if you've been to the doctor and he has declared you and your prostate perfectly healthy, there may be another cause of your frequent urge to go.

    Once we turn fifty or so we're constantly bombarded with messages about how prostate concerns are now OUR concerns. We're told at every turn that we better start supporting our prostates NOW since virtually all "older guys" will eventually be in the same prostate boat.

    But, consider this: what if it's NOT your prostate?

    What's the REAL cause of your bathroom blues?

    What if there's another big reason that guys find themselves always making sure they know where the closest bathroom is? Could the reason for the peeing problems almost all older men encounter really go beyond the prostate?

    The answer is yes. And that reason is almost always overlooked, but it's just as obvious as...well... the nose on your face. And for many men who've tried just about "every prostate solution under the sun" it can be like a miracle once they receive the support they REALLY need to promote "normal peeing."

    The fact is your pee system is made up of two major organs...the kidneys and the bladder. And these organs work hard all your life to filter out toxins, store urine, and remove it from your body. Yet despite all they do for you, they go virtually ignored and unsupported.

    Think about it for just a moment.

    After being worked and stretched to capacity over and over again for 50 or more years is it really any wonder that the bladder begins to stretch and weaken? And the kidneys start to get worn and tired? So even if your prostate is in perfect condition, peeing can become more difficult, and fully draining your bladder can sometimes seem like a distant dream.

    But things can be different. In fact, you can naturally support your entire urinary system...your kidneys AND your your prostate to boot. And it's probably a whole heck of a lot easier than you think.

    The three-pronged approach to keep "peeing perfectly"

    Now, since we're talking about three major organs here supporting them with a three-pronged approach to help maintain "perfect peeing" just makes sense, wouldn't you agree?

    You can call me a supplement geek if you like (in fact it's a label I wear proudly) but that's why I'm super excited to tell you about the brand-new solution I helped create. It's Northstar Nutritional's new triple protection formula, called ProTeva Plus.

    It's the first formula I'm aware of that doesn't simply label your pee problems a "prostate issue," while ignoring your hardworking and aging bladder and kidneys. Instead ProTeva Plus is designed to give all three organs the support they need.

    First up is an herb that could very well become your kidneys' best friend.

    I'm willing to bet you've never even heard of lindera root extract. And chances are, unless he has spent some time in China or practices traditional Chinese medicine, your doctor hasn't heard of it, either. But for thousands of years traditional healers have used this herb to treat frequent urination and help maintain healthy kidneys.

    Next up is the herb that Ayurvedic healers swear by when it comes to giving your bladder the support it needs.

    It's thought that three leaf caper can help you maintain bladder strength which can, in turn, help address that frustrating trickle we talked about earlier. And that urinary tract support is why ProTeva Plus packs a powerful punch of this Ayurvedic favorite.

    And the final powerful prong in the ProTeva Plus approach is one that you may have heard of before. Horsetail, long a favorite of prostate formula makers, is considered to be one of the most powerful natural pee inducers we know.

    But there's more to this herb than meets the eye. Hiding within horsetail is a silicon secret. You see, your body uses silicon as a building block to build...well...just about everything. And since horsetail packs in a healthy size portion of the stuff, your bladder and kidneys get an extra shot of silicon support.

    If these three powerful ingredients were all that you find in ProTeva Plus, I would already be singing the formula's praises. But there are five more prostate heroes packed into these easy to swallow softgels.

    To get all of the "perfect peeing" details on ProTeva Plus... plus a special opportunity to try out the powerful three-pronged formula for yourself... just click here.

  2. Urgent Warning for Alzheimer Families

    If you have a family member suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, you know it’s not just a memory disorder. Alzheimer’s disease (AD) causes major behavior and mood disturbances.

    According to doctors, less than 10 percent of Alzheimer’s patients remained free from symptoms of “psychopathology” during the course of their disease. In other words, agitation, aggression, depression, anxiety, paranoid delusions, and insomnia are very much the norm for AD patients.

    As a result, today’s Alzheimer’s patient is all too often prescribed some type of antipsychotic drug to control their behavior. Thioridazine, chlorpromazine, haloperidol, trifluoperazine, or risperidone all belong to this class of drugs.

    Limited options for Alzheimer’s patients

    A new study to be published in Lancet Neurology, the respected British medical journal, confirms what one might guess about AD patients prescribed antipsychotics: the drugs shorten their lives.

    In fact, a patient taking an antipsychotic drug only has a 46 percent survival rate at 24 months (as compared to 71 percent for a patient taking a placebo). Moreover, only 30 percent of AD patients were alive at 36 months after having begun treatment with antipsychotics (as opposed to 59 percent taking a placebo).

    Bottom line here: if you’ve got a loved one with AD, think long and hard about using an antipsychotic drug to control their behavior. If you’ve run out of options, authors of the study suggest using the drugs for a limited time (3 months or less) to see if behavior improves.

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