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What Are the Best Prostate Supplements?

Prost P10x Best Prostate Supplements

#1 Prostate Supplement for Men – Doctor Formulated

Every man, regardless of age, needs to maintain the health of his prostate.

Why? Because most men, especially as they get older, have age related, prostate health decline.

Faced with these facts, have you asked yourself “What are the best prostate supplements?”  If not, it’s time you did.

Numerous scientifically studied supplements can benefit prostate health overall however identifying the best prostate supplements can be challenging, which is why we’ve done the research for you.

Although the supplements discussed here can be purchased individually, products that contain most or all of the ingredients (e.g., Prost-P10X), may provide the best results based on the combination therapy in the 12 active ingredients that provide therapeutic support.

Beta-sitosterol is a component found in nearly all plants, but in varying concentrations depending on the plant. Therefore the best way to get beta-sitosterol is from a supplement. Beta-sitosterol affects the activity of the enzyme 5-alpha-reductase, which in turn may inhibit the production of a hormone called dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which plays a primary role in promoting a healthy prostate size and a healthy urinary tract.

Cranberry, although perhaps best known for its ability to support urinary tract health, also is beneficial for prostate health. A recent study in the British Journal of Nutrition, for example, noted a statistically significant improvement in Prostate Health Scores, quality of life, and urination factors in men who consumed dried cranberry. (Vidlar 2010)

Green tea contains potent antioxidants (catechins) that can regulate DHT production and the hormones that impact prostate size. Numerous studies have noted the positive effect of green tea on prostate health.

Flower Pollen extract has an impressive history showing that it can promote prostate health. In a 2009 study published in European Urology, for example, researchers reported that compared with placebo, men with declining prostate health who received pollen extract had significantly improved quality of life. (Wagenlehner 2009)

Pygeum africanum bark contains phytosterols and fatty acids that can inhibit the production of DHT, a hormone related to prostate health. Pygeum may also reduce the ability of DHT to attach to cells.

Quercetin is a flavonoids found most commonly in red grapes, red wine, and berries. This potent antioxidant can help improve prostate health both alone and when combined with saw palmetto.

Saw palmetto is an herbal supplement that has demonstrated an ability to improve prostate health especially when it is taken along with quercetin. A multicenter clinical trial published in Advances in Therapy, for example, reported that saw palmetto supplements results in significant prostate health-promoting activity. (Pais 2010)

Stinging nettle may result in an improvement in prostate health based on the results of numerous studies. (Safarinejad 2005; Cal 2009) Use of stinging nettle along with saw palmetto and quercetin is an especially beneficial combination for prostate health.

3,3-diindolylmethane (DIM) is a compound produced when you digest indole-3-carbinol, an ingredient found in cruciferous vegetables. The role of DIM in prostate health is to support the balance of testosterone and estrogen in the body and promote healthy, normal prostate size.

Vitamin D is essential for a healthy prostate, yet many men have insufficient levels of vitamin D. Specifically, vitamin D3 is recommended for prostate and general health.

Meriva© Curcumin. Studies have shown that curcumin, a naturally occurring biologically active group of compounds from Curcuma longa (turmeric), can function as efficient antioxidants and can help regulate the body’s normal response to inflammatory processes. Curcumin can also play an important role in maintaining healthy angiogenic balance and help to support the body’s detoxification processes. Prostate Research Labs uses a highly bioavailable curcumin called Meriva® which has been shown to have up to a 20-fold improvement in bioavailability versus the standard 95% turmeric extracts.

Zinc is an element found in very high concentrations in the prostate, indicating its importance for prostate health. Zinc also has a major role in healthy sexual function and in repairing DNA.

Because each supplement contributes its own benefits and some of them work synergistically, the best prostate supplements are those that combine ingredients and also have therapeutic levels of the necessary ingredients like Prost-P10x, a Doctor formulated supplement program manufactured here in the USA.

Sources

Cal T et al. Serenoa repens associated with Urtica dioica (ProstaMEV) and curcumin and quercitin (FlogMEV) extracts are able to improve the efficacy of prulifloxacin in bacterial prostatitis patients: results from a prospective randomised study. Int J Antimicrob Agents 2009 Jun; 33(6): 549-53 what are the best prostate supplements?

Pais P. Potency of a novel saw palmetto ethanol extract, SPET-085, for inhibition of 5alpha-reductase II. Adv Ther 2010 Aug; 27(8): 555-63

Safarinejad MR. Urtica dioica for treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia: a prospective, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover study. J Herb Pharmacother 2005; 5(4): 1-11

Vidlar A et al. The effectiveness of dried cranberries (Vaccinium macrocarpon) in men with lower urinary tract symptoms. Br J Nutr 2010 Oct; 104(8): 1181-89 what are the best prostate supplements?

Wagenlehner FM et al. A pollen extract (Cernilton) in patients with inflammatory chronic prostatitis-chronic pelvic pain syndrome: a multicentre, randomized, prospective, double-blind, placebo-controlled phase 3 study. Eur Urol 2009 Sep; 56(3): 544-51 what are the best prostate supplements?

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