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Prostate Problems

Health articles about prostate problems.

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Friday, 31 May 2019  |  Editor
Supporting Male Prostate Health

Supplementation with saw palmetto has been shown to statistically improve urinary symptoms; lycopene concentrates in the prostate and studies have demonstrated synergy with selenium and saw palmetto: increasing antiinflammatory action and reducing prostate enlargement. The new complex provides full support for male health.

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Friday, 10 June 2016  |  Editor
What can I do about prostate problems

Once the Doctor has ruled out the possibility of cancer, it is possible to treat yourself with nutrition. It is important, however, to first have that check-up with the Doctor, and do check the contra-indications under our shopping section.

There are a number of herbal solutions that era well know to be helpful with prostitis and these are provided by a number of different manufacturers and, it must be said, varying qualities.

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Thursday, 9 June 2016  |  Editor
Prostate Health - 10 Things every man should know.

If you don't yet, you should know that most men over the age of 50 will develop all or most of these symptoms at some point - these are all signs of prostate problems.

But you don’t have to feel powerless about taking charge of your prostate health. There are plenty of solutions in the form of natural remedies which have proven very effective over many years.

Some of the signs and symptoms men can suffer as a result of a less than optimally healthy prostate gland and hormonal imbalance are unpleasant to say the least. For example  . . .

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Saturday, 2 May 2015  |  Editor
Prostatatis - Nutritional considerations

The prostate is a small doughnut shaped male sex gland that surrounds the neck of the bladder and urethra. Its major function is to contribute to seminal fluid. There are three main conditions that can affect the prostate gland. Prostatitis, common in men of all ages, means inflammation of the prostate gland.

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