Struggling with incontinence? Experts reveal what you should and shouldn’t eat to help you manage the condition

Whenever you laugh, do you feel a desperate need to cross your legs? It’s an embarrassing problem that stops some people from leaving the house or having a relationship. Yet millions suffer urinary incontinence in silence as they are too embarrassed to see their doctor about their symptoms. Almost 50 per cent of women aged 45 to 60 are believed to have incontinence and Nadia Sawalha has recently announced that she too is a sufferer. But don’t worry, it can be managed. Here, a range of leading nutritionists reveal exactly how dietary changes can help you to manage the condition. Read more