Prostate formula contains the specific nutrients necessary for optimal prostate and urinary tract function. It works to balance the chemicals and hormones (prostaglandins and prolactin) that exert the greatest effect on overall prostate health.
In addition to a dairy-free diet (shown to decrease prostate disease), Prostate formula can help keep the prostate gland healthy in aging men.
Best Uses for Prostate Formula
Here’s How Prostate Formula Works:
Saw palmetto is included in two separate forms; the first is a standardized extract and the second form is a traditional non-standardized organic berry extract which contains all the known active constituents of the herb. Saw palmetto has been used for decades in the treatment of prostate and urinary tract disorders. It works by shrinking the inner tissue layers of the prostate gland by directing healthy metabolism of bodily chemicals that can unduly influence the prostate (pro-inflammatory prostaglandins and the hormone prolactin).
African Pygeum bark extract protects the prostate gland by slowing the growth of prostate cells, limiting its size. In studies this compound has been shown to inhibit the chemicals that stimulate prostate growth such as epidermal growth factor (EGF), insulin-like growth factor (IGF) and basic fibroblast growth factor (bFGF). Additionally, Pygeum improves bladder contractility and decreases the production of pro-inflammatory chemicals like the leukotrienes and 5-lipoxygenase metabolites.
Swedish Flower Pollen (Cernitin®) has been shown to improve overall prostate health and strengthens urinary flow. Additionally it contains a spectrum of prostate-specific nutrients like vitamins, minerals, carotenoids, flavonoids, nucleic acids, and enzymes.
Lycopene is the pigment that gives some fruits and vegetables, such as tomatoes, their color. Lycopene has direct prostate effects that include activating anti-cancer genes. Intake of lycopene is linked with a decreased risk of prostate cancer; interestingly this compound can be found concentrated within healthier prostate glands.
Pumpkin seed extract is rich in carotenoids, including lutein, carotene, and beta-carotene. Pumpkin seeds contain an enzyme that helps improve fatty acid metabolism in the prostate gland and its been shown to improve bladder and urinary tract function, thereby alleviating some benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) symptoms.
Pipsissewa is an herbal medicine that contains urinary tract-specific compounds that have antiseptic, bacteriostatic and astringent activities (all of which inhibit infections from taking place in the urinary tract and prostate gland). It’s also been shown to improve overall bladder health and strengthen urinary flow.
Stinging nettle root contains compounds which are immune-supporting and anti-anti-inflammatory that specifically target the prostate gland. They limit the growth of prostate cells and block the effect of male hormones on the gland.
Green tea contains numerous chemicals that have anti-inflammatory activity that can benefit the prostate gland by protecting it from inflammatory chemicals.
Zinc concentrates in the prostate gland in higher amounts than any other organ in the male body. It’s an important mineral in the healthy metabolism of male hormones (androgens). Zinc inhibits how the androgens bind to prostate tissue, protecting it from the growth-growth-stimulating effects of those hormones. (Zinc inhibits 5-alpha-reductase activity and prolactin secretion and binding in the prostate).
Magnesium is included in Prostate formula for its importance in vascular contraction, nervous and muscular system function and cell membrane stability.
Vitamin B6 is included for its significance in healthy hormone production and nerve impulse transmission.
Prostate formula is an important addition for any man in his later 40’s or 50’s who may be concerned about prostate health. If you have a family history of prostate disease, consider taking Prostate formula now to keep the prostate gland functioning and in good health. Additionally, Prostate formula is an ideal product to use if you’re suffering from benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH).
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