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Nature's Secret Urinary Flush & Support with Cranberry -- 60 Capsules


Nature's Secret Urinary Flush & Support with Cranberry
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Nature's Secret Urinary Flush & Support with Cranberry -- 60 Capsules

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Nature's Secret Urinary Flush & Support with Cranberry Description

  • Dietary Supplement
  • Healthy Bladder & Urinary Tract
  • 8 Botanical Concentrates for Targeted Support
  • Formulated to Flush & Soothe Your System
  • Delivers the Protective Power of Cranberry
  • No Preservatives Added

Urinary Flush & Support

Urinary Flush & Support® is specially formulated to support a healthy bladder and urinary tract. This product supplies 8 enhanced product supplies 8 botanical concentrates that are traditionally used in urinary formulas.

This product features a highly-concentrated Cranberry powder that has been clinically studied to promote urinary tract health. This patented ingredient captures the whole-food power of cranberry an supplies antioxidant-active compounds that help to fight free radicals.

 

This cranberry-based formula not only supports the urinary system, but offers an excellent alternative to cranberry juice products, which have significant amounts of refined sugars. This product can be taken on a daily basis for health maintenance or as needed for targeted support.

 

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Who is Nature's Secret®?

At Nature's Secret® we believe that total body wellness is the key to overall health.

The conventional approach to health sees the body as a set of separate parts, each needing their own separate treatments. Take a look at the way our medical system is organized-from cardiologists to dermatologists, we have a doctor for nearly every body part. But nature has a well-kept secret... there is no separation between any of our systems. They are all intricately connected in a brilliant dance only nature could orchestrate. At Nature's Secret®, we develop our products using this whole-body philosophy.

We understand, for example, that sluggish digestion can lead to low energy levels and shouldn't always be supported with caffeinated energy tablets. Our approach focuses on the origins of imbalance, not the signs of imbalance. This is Nature's Secret®, total body wholeness and wellness.


Directions

(Adult) Take two (2) capsules twice daily with a full glass (8oz) of water. Drink 8 to 10 glasses of water per day.

 

Store in a cool, dry place.

Free Of
Preservatives.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Capsules
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
PACRAN® SP Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) powder (fruit)250 mg*
Couch Grass powder (root)200 mg*
Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) powder (leaf)200 mg*
Juniper powder (berry)150 mg*
Marshmallow powder (root)150 mg*
Cornsilk powder (styles/stigma)100 mg*
Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) powder (aerial)100 mg*
Rose Hips (Rosa canina) powder (fruit)100 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Gelatin, cellulose, silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate and titanium dioxide.
Warnings

Do not use if safety seal is broken.  Check with your doctor before using this product if you are using medication

(including heart medications) or have any medical conditions, including a history of kidney stones. Do not use if you have a bile duct obstruction.  Do not use if you may become pregnant, are pregnant or nursing. Do not exceed recommended daily intake. Not intended for use by persons under 18.  Keep out of reach of children. 

 

Warning:  (State of California Prop 65) This product contains a chemical known as the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.

 

 

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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The Lowdown on Pelvic Floor Exercises (and Why You Should Do Them)

Kegels may not have entered the mainstream until the 1990s but they were developed nearly 50 years earlier when an American gynecologist—of the same name—began prescribing them for urinary incontinence. And while we tend to associate Kegel exercises primarily with sex—thanks, Cosmo—the method, combined with other pelvic floor exercises, can be a blessing for your health. Here’s the lowdown on pelvic floor exercises—and why you should add them to your to-do list.

Woman Doing Bridge Pelvic Floor Exercises on Bed in Sunlit Apartment Bedroom | Vitacost.com/blog

But first: what are pelvic floor exercises?

Pelvic floor exercises are precisely as they sound—a set of movements performed to strengthen the pelvic floor. While it may not be a group of muscles that, like our arms, we may be keen on toning, consider what may happen if we don’t: A weak, unexercised pelvic floor can lead to incontinence, a condition that impacts 25 to 40 percent of women.

Based on the contraction of a diamond-shaped cluster of muscles, ligaments, and nerves that support your bladder, womb and bowels, pelvic floor exercises can not only encourage natural support against incontinence but also accelerate recovery after childbirth, alleviate back pain through the development and refinement of core muscles, tighten your lower abdominals and, yes, lead to more satisfying sex.

Do I really need them?

Aging, pregnancy, childbirth, surgery, poor digestion, weight gain—all can weaken the muscles in the pelvic floor and increase the risk for pelvic floor disorders, with 1 in 11 women requiring surgery for a “PFD” during their lifetime. But all women during and after their childbearing years—as well as men—benefit from weaving these exercises into their life.

For females, they may also help prevent pelvic pain—a difficult to diagnose and treat condition in which pain is experienced anywhere in the pelvis—and vulvodynia, a syndrome, which often leads to painful intercourse, that affects as many as 60 million women globally. For men, the exercises can help stave off premature ejaculation. And any form of strengthening, as we all know, can do wonders for our heart and outlook.

How do I do them?

Good question. Here are four of the leading pelvic floor exercises:

Kegels

Kegels have become part of our vernacular for a reason: they’re that effective. Otherwise known as pelvic muscle training, many physicians recommend doing them three times a day, with 10 “reps” each—with reps being squeezing your pelvic floor muscles for three-five seconds and then releasing them for the same duration.

Don’t know what constitutes your pelvic floor? The next time you urinate, hold your pee mid-stream: those are the muscles you want to target. Best part yet? You can do them anywhere from the bus stop to the line at the market. Unless you make a face (and you shouldn’t—they’re painless), no one will know you’re clenching.

Bridge

Bridge—a staple of most yoga classes in which you lay on your back with your knees bent and lift your hips towards the sky—can be a boon for your pelvic floor muscles (as well as your back and lower abs). The key here is to engage your pelvic floor and yet soften your buttocks so that the right muscles—your back and pelvic floor muscles—are doing the work.

Birddog

Sound sweet? Sort-of. While accessible to most, birddog can be a challenge—asking you to not just fire up your ability to balance but to also engage your pelvic floor muscles, arms and legs. Starting on all fours, raise your right leg and left arm while maintaining the plank-like position of your pelvis and shoulders. Bend and lower your arm and leg to starting position; switch after 10 reps (and aim to do it three to five times, three times a week).

Jumping jacks

It’s safe to say that few of us have thought of jumping jacks since high school calisthenics, but trust that they’re effective—not only for cardiac health (and tightening thighs) but also for working the pelvic floor. The key is to contract your pelvic floor muscles when you jump your legs apart and “let go” as you hop back. Do thirty to sixty seconds of these daily, and you can consider yourself fit in one of the body’s most important ways.

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