Did you know that a healthy prostate is the size of a walnut?
Not sure what and where your prostate is? You’re not alone! Because not everyone feels comfortable discussing this issue, it’s not uncommon for men to remain in the dark about their prostate.
The prostate is a gland located just below the bladder. It produces fluids related to semen production and sperm transportation. In addition to being vital for urinary health, the prostate also plays a role in fertility.
Conversations centering around prostate health often begin at the age of 50, but men in their 30s and 40s can also be at risk.
Telltale symptoms of prostate problems include:
That’s where Prostacell® comes in. Prostacell® contains a strong formulation of 5 active ingredients, that when combined, create a synergistic effect that has resulted in thousands of rave reviews. The secret to ProstaCell’s® effectiveness lies in the combination of natural ingredients that have been clinically proven to support prostate health.
Most of us are deficient in Vitamin D3, which is fondly called the sunshine vitamin because humans are able to synthesize it when we’re exposed to the sun. Not getting enough Vitamin D3 can wreak havoc on our bodies, lowering immune function and weakening bones. This vitamin is also critical for prostate cellular health.
Even those it’s called “red,” the flowers of red clover can also be pink and purple. This plant is widely available across the globe, and it contains an isoflavone that is known to protect prostate cells.
Known to support bladder health, pygeum bark is also a key ingredient in ProstaCell®. It works to help men maintain a strong urinary flow, likely due to its ability to regulate sex hormones.
Saw Palmetto has long been used to support urinary health in men. It inhibits the action of 5-alpha reductase, which has been linked to abnormal prostate growth. When combined with the other ingredients in ProstaCell®, it becomes even more effective in supporting overall prostate health.
Also known as stinging nettle, this ingredient is widely used throughout the world to combat inflammation in parts of the body ranging from nasal passageways to the prostate. As such, it’s a vital part of helping to promote urine flow.
There are many steps you can do to keep your prostate healthy, including eating lots of leafy greens, getting sun exposure (remember what we said about Vitamin D?), and getting your prostate checked regularly starting at the age of 40.
We also recommend adding a natural supplement like ProstaCell® to your routine to give your body the tools and nutrients it needs to maintain prostate health. *
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