Supports Prostate Health.
Advanced Formula of Premium Extracts,
Vitamins & Minerals.
(2 Bottles, 120 Capsules)
Helps with symptoms of prostate enlargement
Improves urinary flow and may reduce nighttime urination frequency
Supports urinary health and sexual function
Advanced Prostate Strengthen Complex contains number of the best-known herbs that Strengthen prostate health and function. Prostate enlargement (BPH) is very common among men over 40. It can interfere with urination and is a risk factor for prostate problem. Benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) is a common condition that becomes increasingly prevalent in aging men. BPH affects 8% of all men at the age of 40, 60% of men in their seventies, and 90% of men in their eighties. One fourth of these men will develop moderate-to-severe lower urinary tract symptoms that will greatly have an effect on their quality of life. To appreciate the significance of an enlarged prostate it’s important to understand the basic anatomy of the male urinary tract. As urine forms in the kidneys it flows into the bladder via the ureters. As the bladder fills, its muscular walls begin to contract to force the urine through the urethra to pass out of the body.
BEST-KNOWN HERBS AND INGREDIENTS INCLUDED IN ADVANCED PROSTATE SUPPORT COMPLEX
Saw Palmetto Benefits:
Saw palmetto is an extract derived from the deep purple berries of the saw palmetto fan palm (Serenoa repens ), a plant indigenous to the coastal regions of the southern United States and southern California. Saw palmetto is used by natural health practitioners for a variety of ailments in men and women, such as testicular inflammation, urinary tract inflammation, coughs, and respiratory congestion. It is also used to enhance the thyroid gland, balance the metabolism, stimulate appetite, and aid digestion. As men grow older, many experience declining prostate health that significantly affects their lifestyle and well-being. Probably the most common conditions the prostate gland is benign prostatic hypertrophy. This swelling of the prostate gland can lead to myriad symptoms such as increased urinary frequency, weak urinary stream, and difficulty initiating urination.
Although the human body does not produce lycopene, it is readily available through the diet. Minor sources include guava, rosehip, watermelon, and pink grapefruit. On the other hand, about 85% of lycopene in the U.S. diet comes from tomatoes and tomato products such as juice, soup, sauce, paste, and ketchup. A diet rich in carotenoid-containing foods is associated with a variety of health benefits. May Help with age-related macular degeneration and cataracts. May Help with aging of skin and keeps it younger looking May protect your skin from sunburn. Once lycopene is absorbed in the body, it is deposited widely in the liver, lungs, prostate gland, colon, and skin. Its concentration in body tissues tends to be higher than most other carotenoids. Working as a powerful antioxidant, lycopene fights free radicals—highly reactive molecules that damage cell membranes. Studies have proven that lycopene possesses antioxidant properties and may hold keys to promoting general health. In the late 1980s, when lycopene’s antioxidants were found to be twice that of beta-carotene, massive interest and studies were launched to find its role in many health benefits.
Graviola (Annona muricata) is a miraculous evergreen tree found in the rainforest of South and North America. This small tree is well-known in herbal medicine and has several names: Soursop, Brazilian Paw Paw, Guanabana. The plant may grow up to 5-6 meters high. Graviola has large, shining, dark-green leaves and delicious fruits commonly known as paw paw. The latter are heart-shaped and have approximately 15-20 cm in diameter. Graviola is a fruit tree which grows in Central and South America and its fruit, leaves and bark have all been used traditionally many health problems.The graviola fruit is a rich source of vitamins B1 and B2 and also vitamin C. The fruit also possesses a number of healthy and essential minerals such as calcium, zinc, potassium magnesium and phosphorus. It is not only the fruit that is good for you; the bark, leaves and the stem are a great source of antioxidant which help your body to repair the damage inflicted on its cells by infamous free radicals.
Vitamin E was discovered nearly 100 years ago because it was required to help fetal resorption in pregnant, vitamin E-deficient rats fed lard-containing diets that were easily oxidizable. The human diet contains eight different vitamin E-related molecules synthesized by plants; even if all of these molecules are peroxyl radical scavengers. The biological activity of vitamin E is highly dependent upon regulatory mechanisms that serve to retain tocopherol and excrete the non tocopherol forms. Even if specific pathways and specific molecular targets have been sought in a variety of studies, the most likely explanation as to why humans require vitamin E is that it is a fat-soluble antioxidant. Vitamin E is a vitamin that dissolves in fat. As an antioxidant, vitamin E helps maintain healthy cells and, subsequently, a healthy body. Vitamin E is key for strong immunity and healthy skin and eyes. In recent years, vitamin E supplements have become popular as antioxidants. These are substances that protect cells from damage. It is also available as a supplement. Vitamin E is infrequently used for bettering physical endurance, increasing energy, reducing muscle damage after exercise, and improving muscle strength.
Since its first discovery in an Iranian male in 1961, zinc deficiency in humans is referred to now to be an important malnutrition problem world-wide. It is more prevalent in areas of high cereal and low animal food consumption. The diet may not necessarily be low in zinc, but its bio-availability plays a major role in its absorption. Phytic acid is the main known inhibitor of zinc. Compared to adults, infants, children, adolescents, pregnant, and lactating women have increased requirements for zinc and thus, are at increased risk of zinc depletion. Zinc deficiency all the way through growth periods results in growth failure. Epidermal, gastrointestinal, central nervous, immune, skeletal, and reproductive systems are the organs most affected clinically by zinc deficiency. Clinical diagnosis of marginal Zn deficiency in humans remains problematic. So far, blood plasma/serum zinc concentration, dietary intake, and stunting prevalence are the best known indicators of zinc deficiency. Four main intervention strategies for combating zinc deficiency include dietary modification/diversification, supplementation, fortification, and bio-fortification. It is called an “essential trace element” because very small amounts of zinc are necessary for human health. Zinc is needed for the proper growth and maintenance of the human body. It is found in several systems and biological reactions, and it is needed for immune function, wound healing, blood clotting, thyroid function, and much more. Meats, seafood, dairy products, nuts, legumes, and whole grains offer relatively high levels of zinc.
All parts of the raspberry plants were used for their many medicinal properties. A decoction of the flowers has been used for pimples, hemorrhoids, malaria, and as a poultice for eye inflammation, as well as to reduce fevers. Historically, it was used as a mouthwash to heal canker sores, cold sores, and gingivitis. The fruit used to be widely used to flavor other unpleasant tasting preparations. Raspberry vinegars have been used for sore throats and coughs. In large quantities, the berries have been used as a laxative and diaphoretic. They have also been used to ease rheumatism and indigestion. Red raspberry (Rubus idaeus) is a perennial plant that is commonly found wild in Europe and Asia. Red raspberry is also cultivated for its fruit, eaten fresh, used in cakes and desserts or preserved as jam and jelly. Red raspberry is also used in traditional medicine for the many health benefits it gives.
Vitamin e, Vitamin b6, Zinc, Selenium, Saw palmetto, Beta sitosterol, Pygeum africanum,
Herb powder, Red raspberry, Graviola, Green tea, Cats claw, Lycopene, Stinging nettle, Maitake mushroom, Reishi mushroom, Shitake mushroom.
As a dietary supplement, take three (3) capsules daily.
CAUTION:Do not exceed recommended dose. Children under the age of 18, and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement.
This product is manufactured and packaged in a facility which may also process milk, soy, wheat, egg, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, and crustacean shellfish.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.