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Nature's Bioceuticals Develops New Formula For Men With Enlarged Prostate
Date:12/8/2011

CAPE CORAL, Fla., Dec. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Nature's Bioceuticals, a wholly owned subsidiary of Mistral Ventures, Inc. (MILV.pk) announced that it has developed a new formula that promotes prostate health.

According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), enlarged prostate — clinically known as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) — is a "common part of aging" for men. In fact, the NIH estimates that "more than half of men in their 60s, and as many as 90% in their 70s and 80s, have some symptoms of BPH. The condition often leads to urinary incontinence and can raise the odds for urinary tract infections and even kidney damage.

Robert deZanger, CEO of Natures Bioceuticals stated, "We are pleased to add the Prostate Formula to our line of natural medicines. This formula will provide comfort and a better quality of life to men around the globe. Many men start developing symptoms in their late thirties and the likelihood of developing BPH increases with age. This is another product for which there is a huge market and capturing a small percentage can generate substantial profits for the company."

The Formula was developed by Nature's Bioceuticals in collaboration with the inventor of its Kidney Formula. Men testing the kidney formula noticed that it reduced the size of their prostate and that the symptoms normally associated with enlarged prostate glands began to diminish. They experienced the return of a stronger urinary stream and a decrease in urgency, leaking or dribbling and less frequent urination allowing a more restful sleep.  Encouraged by the positive side effects the new prostate formula was developed using the kidney formula as a base and adding a number of additional natural ingredients which target the prostate gland.

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