A man will generally begin to have tests for the prostate by the age of 50. This is the age when men will start to have problems with their prostate. There are three common categories of prostate problems that men can experience. These are: prostatitis (an inflammation of the gland), benign prostatic hyperplasia ((BPH) (enlarged prostate that can narrow the urethra) or cancer.
If the makers of grape juice kept the skins of the grape in the juice would it have the reservetrol that red wine has?
It is the reservetrol in the skin of the grape that helps the heart and now, we find, helps the prostate too.
Watch this short video from Johnson & Johnson.
Gary, 53 years old, wakes up three or four times at night to pee. He feels that he has to pee, but he stands there and has to wait until it comes out.
When he is traveling, he doesn’t drink water because he is worried that he won’t be able to find a bathroom in time.
When he has to go, he has to go right away. Then, only a small amount may dribble out.