Focus on Bladder, Urinary Tract, and Prostate Health – Advice from Dr. Robert Marshall, Ph.D.

Do you have concerns about your bladder health or urinary tract? Both organs are critical areas in the body that need to function at their best for you to experience optimal health. Dr. Robert Marshall, Ph.D. and co-founder of Quantum Nutrition Labs, shares his legendary knowledge about how to keep the bladder and urinary tract healthy on this episode of HealthLine Now Radio Show.  

“The bladder and urinary tract have one major thing in common – mucous membranes.” Dr. Marshall points out. “Across the board, one critical support for mucous membranes is vitamin D3. There’s so much great information about how this vitamin helps those areas stay healthy.”  

Dr. Marshall also explains a specific scenario: “Many times, people find that they need to get up at night to urinate which then disturbs their sleep. It’s not a terrible inconvenience, but it’s aggravating. Then these people often don’t feel as rested in the morning.” Thankfully, there’s a simple fix that might help the problem: bioflavonoids. “One of the powerhouses of bioflavonoids is flower pollen, which delivers about 500 different bioflavonoids. Flower pollen might be exactly what you need to help solve the problem.” 

For bladder-specific issues, Dr. Marshall reveals some other key recommendations. “Sometimes the bladder has gone a long time without the proper amount of bioflavonoids. Biofilms, which are thick, sticky, sugary sacks stuck to the mucous membrane, can end up forming. Garlic may be the key to provide your bladder with targeted nutrients with broad spectrum bladder support.” 

“Biofilms can actually form on any mucous membranes. When they form, they are often be a problem for a long time. We really want to get help with the biofilm early, since these can form at any age.” Dr. Marshall explains, “Garlic is really one of the prime nutritional agents that can prevent damaging biofilms from forming.” 

Listen to this episode of HealthLine Live below to hear the rest of Dr. Marshall’s advice for bladder and urinary tract health.