Dear Health Bytes Friend,

You’re probably wondering why men need to even think about their oestrogen levels. But the fact is even the manliest of men produce some oestrogen. In fact, your body actually turns testosterone into oestrogen in a process called aromatisation.

In your younger years, only a small fraction of your total testosterone becomes oestrogen. But, as you get older, there’s a tendency for this process to speed up, turning more and more testosterone into oestrogen.

With this excess aromatisation, your body converts more oestrogen than may be good for your prostate – and it leaves too little testosterone as testosterone.

This may raise your risk of both prostate enlargement and prostate cancer.

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Men: This Comprehensive Natural Solution Helps Fortify Your Bladder!

It’s fascinating how the bladder works. As it fills up, the muscles relax. But when you go to the loo to pee, the muscles contract, and that pressure expels the urine through the urethra and out of your body.

It’s like when you want to empty your plastic water bottle out faster – you squeeze it and the stream coming out of the bottle neck strengthens.

But if you suffer from a swollen prostate, which pinches the urethra, making urination difficult, chances are also your bladder health could be affected…

You see, as you get older, your bladder muscles are already weaker, and your bladder walls are stiffer and more rigid as they lose their elasticity – making urinating more of a challenge.

Not only this, experts speculate that many men who suffer from a swollen prostate, also have an overactive bladder. When the urethra is squeezed by a swollen prostate, the bladder has to work harder to push the urine out. Over time, this can further weaken the bladder.

The result is a frequent and intense urge to urinate.

But, when you support your bladder health with these helpful nutrients, you could help strengthen your bladder muscles and reduce the swelling… 

How to help balance your oestrogen levels naturally…


If you’re experiencing symptoms associated with an enlarged prostate, a natural approach to excess aromatisation can help slow it down, reducing or eliminating symptoms altogether. 

These natural nutrients may help restore the hormonal equilibrium:

  • Diindolymethane or DIM for short
  • 7-dihydroxyflavone
  • LPC
  • Chrysin

Revealed: The 5-in-1 approach to COMPLETE Prostate and Bladder Relief

In addition to reducing the amount of testosterone that gets converted into oestrogen, it’s important to block the effects of DHT, a rogue form of testosterone, which plays a big role in an enlarged prostate.

These herbs and nutrients may help turn off the enzyme that kicks this process into play, known as 5-alpha reductase:

  • Saw palmetto
  • Beta-sitosterol
  • Pumpkin seeds
  • Stinging nettle

arthritis after just 30 days. 

The participants of this study used less pain medication after taking the krill oil. 

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Don’t let an enlarged prostate keep you up at night. As soon as you feel the tinge, get it checked out and address it so that you can help balance the delicate hormones in your body.


To a healthier and happier life,

Antoinette Pombo