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Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 4 Liquid Soft-Gels
Servings Per Container: 22
  Amount per Serving % Daily Value
Zinc (as Zinc Picolinate) 11 mg 73%
Fish Oil (30% Omega 3 fatty acids) 2029 mg †
Saw Palmetto extract (85% fatty acids)(fruit) 320 mg †
Graminex Flower Pollen (Lolium perenne) extract 200 mg †
Quercetin 200 mg †
Stinging Nettle extract (5:1)(leaf) 100 mg †
10% Beta-Sitosterol 60 mg †
Pygeum extract (13% phytosterols)(bark) 50 mg †
Green Tea extract (50% polyphenols)(leaf) 40 mg †
Pumpkin Seed oil (25% fatty acids) 24 mg †
Lyc-O-Mato Tomato extract (6% lycopene)(fruit) 20 mg †
Bioperine Complex:
Bioperine Black Pepper extract (95% piperine)(fruit), Ginger extract (5% gingerols)(root)
6 mg †
†Daily Value not established.

 

Prostate Formula
Many
prostate formulas have Saw Palmetto, Pygeum, Stinging Nettle, Quercetin, and Key Ingredients for support of normal prostate size and urine flow.

Saw Palmetto extract (standardized to contain 45% fatty acids - serenoa repens fruit)
Stinging Nettle 4:1 extract (urtica diocia root)
Quercetin
Rosemary 4:1 extract (Rosemarinus officinales leaf)
Beta Sitosterol
Pygeum 4:1 bark extract (Pygeum Africanum)
Daidzein (standardized to contain 40% isoflavones)
Genistein (standardized to contain 40% isoflavones)
Lycopene (Lycoperscion escatatum fruit)

Prosta-Strong, 90 Liquid Gel Caps
With Saw Palmetto and 9 Key Ingredients for
Support of Normal Prostate Size & Urine Flow

Prosta-Strong is a supportive prostate formula. Significant clinical research on benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) has been conducted on each of the potent ingredients in Prosta-Strong. This formula has been designed to support:

•  Normal Prostate Size
•  Cellular Support Against oxidants in the Prostate

Supplement Facts
Zinc (as zinc picolinate)
Saw palmetto extract (fruit)
Quercetin Dihydrate
Rye Pollen extract
Stinging Nettle Root extract
Pygeum Africanum extract
Beta Sitosterol
Green Tea leaf extract
Lycopene extract (fruit)
Pumpkin Seed extract
Bioperine Complex

Recent testimonial sent to us by email
Thanks Ray Sahelian, M.D.
For about nine months I had mixed results using another product that contained Beta-Sitosterol, 600mg plus a number of minerals such as, Zinc, Copper, Manganese, etc. etc.. I replaced the aforementioned supplement with your product and within two to three weeks I experienced a truly significant improvement in my condition. Now after about six weeks of use I am a very happy camper. I now only get up during the night ,one or two times as opposed to three, four and sometimes five times. Also, during the day I have very much more control over my need to find a men's room.

This is just a quick note to say that my husband has tried the prostate herbal capsules that you have created. And they are amazing. He has stopped getting up during the night three times to zero times. We live overseas and I bought them while in the US. I will have to figure out how to get them here in Spain. My husband’s urologist, who is German, has been told about the capsules and will definitely tell his patients. It is a pity that you do not have a place in Europe where we can buy them.

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Prostate Research Update
A mix of dietary supplements including antioxidants and plant-based estrogens may slow the rise of a biomarker for prostate cancer progression in some men. The study of 37 men with the disease found that 6 weeks on the supplements generally lowered patients' levels of male sex hormones, which fuel prostate cancer growth, and, in some patients, put the brakes on rising levels of prostate-specific antigen (PSA).] PSA is a protein produced by the prostate gland; rising PSA levels in a man's blood can signal cancer or, in men already diagnosed with the disease, cancer progression. However, the PSA effects seen in this study do not necessarily mean the supplement was hindering the men's tumors from growing, according to the study authors. The question of whether the change in patients' PSA rise translates into a change in tumor size "remains unresolved," they report in the International Journal of Cancer. But more "thought-provoking" is the possibility that diet changes could help lower a man's risk of developing prostate cancer, said lead study author Dr. Ries Kranse, of Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam in the Netherlands. The supplement mixture he and his colleagues studied included a powder-based drink that contained green tea extract, a soy extract supplying estrogen-like compounds called phytoestrogens, and antioxidants such as lycopene. Patients also used margarine spiked with cholesterol-fighting plant sterols and the antioxidants vitamin E and selenium. The men in the study, all of whom had prostate cancer and rising PSA levels, used the supplements for 6 weeks; each also used inactive, or placebo, supplements for another 6 weeks. Kranse and his colleagues found that the patients' male hormone levels were lower when they were on the supplement compared with when they were taking the placebo. In the 21 men who showed a dip in a hormone measure called the free androgen index, the supplement also appeared to slow rising PSA levels. When these men were on the placebo, it took an average of 36 weeks for their PSA levels to double, versus 115 weeks with the supplement. This finding, according to Kranse, suggests that if the supplement proves capable of slowing or stopping tumor growth, it would be through the hormonal effects of the estrogen-like compounds. If this is the case, he said, a "dietary intervention" could eventually serve as an alternative to certain hormone-suppressing drugs used in prostate cancer treatment. The current findings are in line with studies of the general population that suggest diets rich in antioxidants and phytoestrogens may lower the risk of prostate cancer. Fruits and vegetables are prime antioxidant sources, while phytoestrogens are found in foods such as soybeans and soy products, whole grains and flaxseed. International Journal of Cancer, February 20, 2005.

Randomized trial of a combination of natural products (cernitin, saw palmetto, B-sitosterol, vitamin E) on symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).
Int Urol Nephrol 2001.
Because benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is relatively common, it is important to discover safe and effective means to treat this often debilitating perturbation. Accordingly, we examined the effectiveness of a combination of natural products (cernitin (rye pollen), saw palmetto, Beta sitosterol, vitamin E) in treating symptoms of BPH. We undertook a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study. Patients were enrolled from 3 urological practices in the USA. 144 subjects were randomized for study. 17 subjects eventually withdrew, leaving 70 patients in the test group and 57 in the placebo group to complete the study. Inclusion criteria consisted of a diagnosis of BPH, no evidence of cancer, and a maximal urinary flow rate between 5 and 15 ml/second. Patients received either placebo or the combined natural products for 3 months. Evaluations were performed via the American Urological Association (AUA) Symptom Index score, urinary flow rate, PSA measurement, and residual bladder volume. Nocturia showed a markedly significant decrease in severity in patients receiving the combined natural products compared to those taking placebo (p < 0.001). Daytime frequency was also lessened significantly (p < 0.04). When the average individual total AUA Symptom Index score in the test group was compared to that in the placebo group at the end of the study, the difference proved highly significant (p < 0.014). PSA measurements, maximal and average urinary flow rates, and residual volumes showed no statistically significant differences. When taken for 3 months, a combination of natural products (rye pollen, saw palmetto, Beta sitosterol, vitamin E) compared to placebo can significantly lessen nocturia and frequency and diminish overall symptomatology of BPH as indicated by an improvement in the total AUA Symptom Index score. The combination of natural products caused no significant adverse side effects.

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Q. I had a radical prostatectomy. It was nerve sparing surgery done by robotic assist (Davinci). To prevent retraction of my penis my Dr. suggested Viagra, Cialis, etc. in low doses. The side effects of these drugs scare me. I've been searching for a natural product to increase blood flow to my penis. I do take 81mg. aspirn a day with a daily blood pressure pill, will nitric oxide increasing herbs cause a reaction with these meds. Will supplements work for me?
   A. It is easy to determine whether a supplement will work without trying it.

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Q. I take Prosta strong made by dr. sahelian . its been around awhile. Is the new Prostate Power Rx better than the previous product.
   A. We don't have head to head comparisons between Prosta Strong and Prostate Power Rx but users appear to be satisfied with both products.

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As of April, 2006, Doctor Ray Sahelian, M.D. is no longer associated with Irwin Naturals vitamin company and no longer associated with Prosta Strong.