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Prostate Nutrients

What foods and supplements support a healthy prostate?

Key Supplement

Taking a quality supplement that combines several key nutrients to support prostate health will be beneficial and make things easier!

 

Supplements for Prostate Health Young Living

 

 

Prostate Health is uniquely formulated for men concerned with supporting the male glandular system and maintaining healthy, normal prostate function.

 

 

Prostate Health is an essential oil supplement featuring powerful saw palmetto and pumpkin seed oil—ingredients known for their support of a healthy prostate gland.Young Living Prostate Health

 

 

 

A proprietary blend of pure geranium, fennel, myrtle, lavender, and peppermint essential oils provides the body with key components.

These precision-delivery vegetable softgels quickly absorb into the system, thereby supporting healthy inflammation response and normal urinary tract function.

For maximum benefit, Prostate Health should be taken consistently over time.

 

 

 

How it Works:

Ortho Prostate™ provides a synergistic formulation of standardized extracts of herbs and nutrients proven to promote normal prostate function, urine flow and healthy cell replication.* Extracts of Saw Palmetto, Stinging Nettle Root, Pumpkin Seed Oil and Lycopene.*

 

Individual nutrients and foods that are worth considering:

  • Saw Palmetto
  • Pumpkin Seed Oil
  • Tomatoes
  • Vitamin D3
  • Zinc
  • Selenium
  • Cruciferous veggies
  • Spirulina, Nutrex-Hawaii
  • Carlson Vitamin E
  • Kyolic Aged Garlic
  • Turmeric
  • Green tea
  • Carlson Cod Liver Oil
  • Supporting Essential Oils: Mister, Myrrh, Idaho Balsam Fir, Peppermint, Geranium, Fennel, Lavender, Myrtle

Load him up!

 

Cautions / Interactions – Ortho Prostate:
Studies on saw palmetto, pygeum, stinging nettle extract and various combinations of these have reported good tolerance and side effects similar to placebo. The most likely side effects are gastrointestinal. May interact with anticoagulants, such as warfarin, to increase bleeding time, but reports are inconsistent on this point. Some internet sites claim an interaction, although a major review found no drug interactions.

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