Prostate Support* Clinical Strength Saw Palmetto, Beta-Sitosterol & Lycopene Targeted Prostate Supportive Nutrients* 90 Softgels
Saw palmetto, contained in Prostate Health, is an herbal remedy that comes from the fruit of a type of palm tree. It’s been used in alternative medicine for centuries to relieve urinary symptoms, including those caused by an enlarged prostate.*
Prostate Health also contains beta-sitosterol. This herbal medication is a mixture taken from different plants that contain cholesterol-like substances called sitosterols or phytosterols (plant-based fats). Scientist have suggested that beta-sitosterol can relieve urinary symptoms of BPH, including the strength of urine flow.* Some scientists have also suggested that it’s these fatty substances — like beta-sitosterol, which is also found in saw palmetto — that are actually doing the work.*
Lycopene, also found in Prostate Health, is a naturally occurring pigment found in many fruits and vegetables. One study found that it may help slow the progression of BPH.* Tomatoes are the richest source of lycopene available to most people. But a few other fruits and vegetables contain lower levels of this antioxidant. Usually, the deeper pink or red the fruit or vegetable is in color, the higher its lycopene content.*
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