In late 2015, People magazine ran an article on a glamorous movie star. At age 40, she suffered with embarrassing bladder leaks. “When you’ve had a few children you know,” she said, “it’s just what happens.”1
Not to argue with a Hollywood A-lister… but she’s wrong. As thousands of women have recently discovered. It’s a quiet revolution. And it could put an end to embarrassing leaks – and “diaper days” – for good.
The secret is a potent combination of just two nutrients. They’re so effective, they’re all most women need to slow – or even stop – those embarrassing leaks. And it’s all we’ve put in Bladder Sure with Go Less®.
So what is this breakthrough? And why is it so important?
A recent British survey found 35% of adults suffer some form of urinary incontinence. Half of those surveyed said they’re too embarrassed to talk to a doctor – or even their spouse – about the problem.
A London urological surgeon said bladder problems can be so bad, some women shut themselves up in their homes, rarely going out, and feeling lonely and isolated. One patient even told her… “if I didn’t operate on her, she didn’t want to live.”2
According to research from the University of Rhode Island, more than half of women over 60 suffer bladder leakage. And some common suggestions for relief may affect the nerves that control “involuntary muscles.” These are the muscles that control processes like breathing… and your heartbeat.3
That’s why this breakthrough is so important. In study after study, it’s been proven both safe and effective. And those studies go back more than 15 years.
This Secret Was Hiding in Plain Sight
Doctors often recommend pumpkin seeds to men in their 30s and 40s. They’re high in zinc and other nutrients linked to prostate health. That’s why you’ll find them in some prostate formulas.
Men who eat pumpkin seeds – or take a prostate formula that contains them – often find they have fewer sudden urges to go. Have to get up less often to go during the night. And have fewer interruptions to their day.
So it was only natural for curious scientists to eventually wonder if pumpkin seeds had an effect aside from easing prostate trouble.
Ditto for soy. You may know studies have found soy can help ease issues related to “the change.” And some of those issues are linked to the urinary tract. What if soy had a more general effect on bladder health?
The stroke of genius came when scientists asked themselves, “What if we combine pumpkin seeds and soy?”
A bladder revolution was born.
The Results Blew Doctors Away
In 2001, Japanese scientists tested soy and pumpkin seed extract on a group of mature women. Their goal was to see if this combination would encourage fewer nighttime urges ”to go.”
They got more than they bargained for.
Their volunteers woke less often with urges and reported much better sleep. But they also reported having to go less often during the day. And they suffered far fewer leaks.4
A study published in 2003 had similarly surprising results.
Doctors tested the soy-pumpkin seed combination on 50 women aged 35 to 84. All the volunteers suffered with stress-related leaks. That is, exercise, coughing, laughing, etc. led to leaks.
The doctors expected good results… but 48 of the 50 women – 96% – experienced significant relief. Again, the study showed the formula was both safe and effective.
Doctors even studied the combination in men in 2005.
Fifty-four men past retirement age volunteered for this study. All had problems with frequent, pressing urges to urinate during the night.
Of the 45 men who completed the study, all of them improved taking the soy-pumpkin seed extract.6
These early studies also showed side effects tend to be very mild… and short-lived. These are probably the best results I’ve ever seen from such a simple, safe, and natural formula.
But that’s not the only results.
Imagine Getting Your Life Back Again!
The London surgeon mentioned earlier, talks about women whose lives have “fallen apart.” They hide in their homes. They’re cut off socially because of their embarrassment. They’ve even lost marriages over this issue!
Now, these may be extremes. Only you know how much you’ve lost. But I know you’ve made sacrifices. Given up favorite activities… stayed away from social gatherings… avoided situations where you may be embarrassed.
How much would you like to take back? A quarter of what you’ve lost? Half? All of it? With the right combination of soy and pumpkin seed extracts, any one of those could be possible.
In 2014, Swiss and South Korean doctors joined to test the soy-pumpkin seed combo with a larger group.
All 120 women in the study had frequent urges… pressing urges… leaks… and/or nighttime urges. For 12 weeks, they took either a soy-pumpkin seed extract or a placebo.
The placebo group improved a little in some categories. But the soy-pumpkin seed group improved in every category the doctors measured! And not by just a little.
Overall, the doctors reported their soy-pumpkin seed group experienced a significant improvement in their quality of life.7
So What’s the Secret?
The answer seems to be lignans – a type of plant chemical.
Lignans are a lot like carbs. But you can’t digest them. Instead, the bacteria in your gut use them for food. But the byproducts of this digestion process have health benefits for you.
This is “synergy.” The result is greater than the sum of the parts. When you feed the good bacteria in your gut, they give you nutrients that boost your health in return.
In this case, the boost comes when fiber-like lignans feed your gut flora. Friendly bacteria digest the plant lignans and turn them into the mammalian lignans enterodiol and enterolactone.
Here’s why all this matters…
The journal Urology published a 2015 study from MA General Hospital. In the study, doctors looked at the effect of these two lignans on incontinence.
They discovered that higher levels of enterodiol and enterolactone led to fewer incidents of sudden urges and other forms of incontinence.8
To make a long story short, soy and pumpkin seed extracts provide the raw materials your body needs to avoid those urges and embarrassing leaks.
Studies show the key lignan is secoisolariciresinol.9 And both pumpkin seeds10 and soy11 contain this lignan.
So your body converts the plant form to the mammal form… and your bladder reaps the benefits.
The process is complex, but the results are simple. You wind up with fewer urges, fewer “wake-up calls,” and fewer leaks. Maybe down to zero.
All Benefit… No Waste
Because this soy-pumpkin seed combination works so well for so many women, we’re offering as pure a formula as you can find. 300 mg of pure Go Less® – the most effective soy-pumpkin seed extract available.
Bladder Sure with Go Less® gives you everything most women need to slow – or even stop – urges and leaks. With nothing extra. Just the pure, simple relief proven in study after study.
What if you could cut your nighttime trips to the bathroom by 40%?
What if you could reduce embarrassing leaks by 80%?
What if you could boost your overall quality of life?
That’s what the simple ingredients in Bladder Sure with Go Less® could do for you. And – who knows? – if you catch your bladder issues early, you might be able to end them altogether.
Chances are you can get much of your life back. Take up favorite activities again. Laugh without fear. Maybe even dance or jog without fear again.
They say, “Nothing ventured, nothing gained.” And we agree. So here’s how we’re taking all the risk out of your venture… so you can enjoy 100% gain.
Make Risk a Thing of the Past
That’s why we offer a full-year satisfaction guarantee. When you try one of our formulas, we give you a full 365 days to make up your mind. No pressure… no rush. We want to be sure you’re genuinely satisfied. Why?
Well, there are two reasons.
First, we base all our formulas on the latest science. And we update them as new studies reveal stronger or more effective ingredients.
And, second, we take our products ourselves. And recommend them to our families.
You see, we’re motivated by what works… not what’s popular. Our formulas don’t mirror what’s the latest fad. They’re based on the latest science.
That’s why we can offer a full-year satisfaction guarantee. And why you can buy with confidence.
Because if you’re not 100% satisfied for any reason, you’re not taking any risk.
Does it get any better? Big benefits… zero risk… and the simplicity of online ordering. Not likely.
If you’re ready to end your suffering… put the brakes on bladder issues… and reclaim your life, you need to discover Bladder Sure with Go Less®.
With a full-year guarantee and more than 15 years of science behind it, Bladder Sure with Go Less® is the obvious choice to get your life back.
Yours in continued good health,
The Best Life Herbals Wellness Team
The statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease.
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10 Sicilia, T., et al, “Identification and stereochemical characterization of lignans in flaxseed and pumpkin seeds,” J Agric Food Chem. Feb 26, 2003; 51(5): 1181-1188.
11 Peñalvo, J.L., et al, “Plant Lignans in Soy-Based Health Supplements,” J. Agric. Food Chem., 2004, 52 (13), pp 4133–4138.