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Associated Nutrients


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B Vitamins
Necessary for all cellular functions. Anti-stress vitamins.
Vitamin B6
Has anticancer properties.
Vitamin A
Potent antioxidant and immune system enhancer.
Vitamin E
Potent antioxidant and immune system enhancer.
Vitamin C
Promotes immune function and aids healing.

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Deficiency has been linked to BPH, prostatitis, and even prostate cancer. Studies with zinc and men with enlarged prostates showed a reduction in the size of the prostate and a decrease in symptoms when men where given zinc. Zinc may help inhibit the activity of 5-alpha-reductase. Note: Don't take more than 15 milligrams of zinc daily without medical supervision as too much zinc can be toxic.
Works with magnesium. Necessary for improved prostate function.
Works with calcium. Necessary for improved prostate function.

Amino Acids:
Amino acid needed for maintaining normal prostate function. Studies of L-glycine, L-alanine, and L-glutamic acid showed that these three amino acids relieved many of the symptoms of an enlarged prostate. For example patients taking these aminos experienced reduced nighttime urination, reduced urgency, reduced frequency, and alleviation of delayed urination.
Amino acid needed for maintaining normal prostate function.
L-Glutamic acid
Amino acid needed for maintaining normal prostate function.

Nutrient Cofactors:
Acts as a natural antibiotic.
Essential Fatty Acids
Important in prostate function.
Saw Palmetto
Significantly diminishes all signs and symptoms of an enlarged prostate. Studies have shown that 90% of men with mild to moderate BHP experienced some improvement in symptoms during the first four to six weeks of therapy while saw palmetto provided relief from all of the major symptoms of BPH, especially from nocturia.

LOW FAT/HIGH PROTEIN DIET: A healthy diet plays an important role in prostate health. Aim for a diet that is high in proteins (44% of your calories should be protein) since a high protein diet may inhibit the production of 5-alpha-reductase, the enzyme that converts testosterone to DHT. Also look for a diet that is low in carbohydrates, low in animal fats, and high in essential fatty acids. Look for whole, unprocessed foods and eat plenty of sunflower or pumpkin seeds each day.

PUSH THE FLUIDS: Drink plenty of fluids. Adequate fluid intake can help prevent bladder infections, cystitis, and kidney problems that are often associated with an enlarged prostate.

INCREASE YOUR FIBER: More fiber in the diet may reduce the risk of prostate cancer by lowering the levels of reproductive hormones in the body.

INCLUDE SOY IN YOUR DIET: Soy may decrease the chance of getting prostate cancer by reduce troublesome cholesterol levels.


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