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Ultra Natural Prostate

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Ultra Natural Prostate formula has been upgraded numerous times so that it contains the most scientifically substantiated nutrients to help protect the prostate gland and maintain its health function. The latest formulation of Ultra Natural Prostate contains the following key ingredients:

  • Standardized       lignans from flax seed and Norway spruce knotwood convert to       enterolactone in the intestine, which is then absorbed into the bloodstream       to provide support for prostate cells against excess estrogen levels.1-3 Testosterone often converts to estrogen at higher rates as men age—and       prostate cells are sensitive to estrogen's growth stimulatory effects.4,5
  • AprèsFlex®,       an extract of Boswellia, supports normal inhibition of       5-lipoxygenase or 5-LOX, an enzyme that is associated with undesirable cell       division changes.6,7 AprèsFlex® absorbs into the blood nearly       52% better than standard Boswellia, for superior effectiveness.8
  • Nettle       root extract helps support prostate cells against excess estrogen levels       by mitigating the activity of the aromatase enzyme needed to create       estrogens.9,10
  • Saw       palmetto extract helps inhibit dihydrotestosterone (DHT) activity in the       prostate, helps inhibit alpha-adrenergic receptor activity (to support       normal urinary flow), and helps regulate inflammatory reactions in the       prostate.11-14
  • Pygeum       (Pygeum africanum) extract helps suppress prostaglandin production       in the prostate and supports healthy urination patterns.18,19
  • Pumpkin       seed supercritical CO2 oil, from select pumpkins, enhances the composition       of free fatty acids and augments saw palmetto's benefits.15-17
  • Beta-sitosterol       is a biologically active constituent of pygeum and saw palmetto20 that enhances pygeum's protective effects and helps improve quality of       life.21,22
  • Graminex®       Flower Pollen Extract™, a European pollen extract has been shown to help       relax the smooth muscles of the urethra and help regulate inflammatory       reactions.23-25
  • Boron       has been shown to slow elevation of prostate-specific antigen (PSA),       seemingly a result of this mineral's positive effect on the body's       regulation of protein-degrading enzymes.26-28
  • Lycopene,       a carotenoid associated with the tomato's red color, supports efficient       cellular communication, helps maintain healthy DNA, regulates hormonal       metabolism, and promotes healthy prostate size and structure.29-35
  • Phospholipids       enhance the absorption of active compounds.

Ultra Natural Prostate provides scientifically validated standardized botanical extracts that have been shown to promote healthy prostate function. No other prostate protection formula provides such a broad array of nutrients to support the multiple factors involved in maintaining a healthy prostate gland.

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