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Rejoice®, A Supplement for OAB & Its’ Powerful Ingredients

Rejoice®, A Supplement for OAB & Its’ Powerful Ingredients

Simple Ingredients, Great Results.

Men and women who struggle with Urinary Incontinence & Overactive bladders would benefit from our product Rejoice®. Our supplement has
5 all-natural, active ingredients that are not only found in our body already but in everyday foods. Those ingredients are L-Citrulline, L-Arginine, Vitamin D3, Prebiotic Fiber and Pumpkin Seed Extract. But before we begin, let us provide you some valuable information on why we chose these ingredients.

5 All-Natural, Active Ingredients that are found not only in our body already but in everyday foods too.

As we get older, we tend to lose some of the essential nutrients and vitamins from our bodies. Some of those essentials are basic amino acids that are the building blocks to our bodies. Amino acids help support tissue growth, energy production, immune function, and nutrient absorption. And what is great about these amino acids that not only does our bodies make them naturally, we can also find them in everyday foods such as meats, eggs, dairy products, fruits and vegetables.

Some amino acids that you may have heard before are L-Citrulline and L-Arginine. These amino acids work together to form nitric oxide. Nitric oxide has been known to help increase blood flow which can help the vessels to relax and dilate. This can lower your blood pressure too.

We chose to add to our supplement these specific amino acids. By helping your body to produce more Nitric oxide, your bladder muscle can relax which means you can hold more urine. This is a big deal for men and women who have those urgencies. Holding in more urine means less accidents and less use of liners and diapers.

This is a BIG DEAL.
Do more. Pee less.

Go back to enjoying the simple pleasures in your life such as a bike ride.

The other ingredients which are well known to everyone are Vitamin D3, Fiber, and Pumpkin Seeds. Vitamin D3 is made naturally from sunlight. But more than 70% of the U.S. population has suboptimal levels of Vitamin D3 which affects the severity of an overactive bladder. Increasing your intake of Vitamin D3 can strengthen and support your pelvic floor, bladder, and Urethra. By increasing your intake of this vitamin, you can help keep your bones strong. For men and women who have Osteoporosis:

“The main message for women who have Osteoporosis is that they should do pelvic floor exercises even if they don’t have Incontinence, because fractures of the lumbar spine cause them to be slumped, and that puts more pressure on the pelvic floor.” Dr. Dumoulin said.

In addition, increasing your fiber intake also has many advantages. Not only do you get vital nutrients and vitamins, you can also maintain healthy bowel movements. Your large intestines sits on top of your bladder muscle. If you are constipated, you may have symptoms of an overactive bladder due to the pressure of the large intestine resting on top of your bladder. Having consistent bowel movements does not only benefit your bladder muscle from relaxing, but it also means your digestive tract can stay regular too.

And the last ingredient, Pumpkin Seed. We get a naturally sourced Pumpkin Seed Extract that we use in our product. Pumpkin seeds contain a lot of antioxidants, proteins, and minerals in them. Reference our clinical studies below.

Further research suggests that taking pumpkin seeds or their products as supplements can help treat symptoms of an overactive bladder. One study in 45 men and women with overactive bladders found that 10 grams of pumpkin seed extract daily improved urinary function.”

Sources taken from:

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/318174.php

https://www.emedicinehealth.com/l-citrulline/vitamins-supplements.htm

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/nitric-oxide-supplements

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/nitric-oxide-supplements#exercise-performance

https://www.webmd.com/urinary-incontinence-oab/news/20100322/low-vitamin-d-linked-incontinence

https://www.continence.org.au/news.php/428/study-encouraging-for-women-with-osteoporosis-and-incontinence

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/11-benefits-of-pumpkin-seeds

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4032845/

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