Prostate supplements, especially, vary widely when it comes to ingredients, effectiveness and potency. This, of course, varies the effectiveness of the different prostate supplements. Let's face it, some are good, some are mediocre, and some are just flat out terrible.*
When it comes to prostate supplements, the underlying factor is the formula. No amount of words or advertising can make a supplement perform any better than the limitations of the formula. And this is precisely what makes Master Prostate Formula far better than other prostate formulas!*
When you compare other formulas to Master Prostate Formula, some striking differences emerge. Our exclusive Master Prostate Formula combines ALL the essential nutrients important to prostate health into ONE, all-natural dose.*
Master Prostate Formula supports a healthy prostate. As men age it becomes increasingly important to take the nutrients necessary to maintain a healthy prostate.* This important gland cannot be overlooked. That's why aside from increasing beta sitosterol by 58%, saw palmetto extract by 125%, we also increased the lycopene and much more in the current formulation of Master Prostate Formula.*
The active ingredients in Saw Palmetto are free fatty acids, such as beta sitosterol. Based on the literature it appears that 288 mg of free fatty acids is most beneficial for prostate health, urinary function and vitality.* Master Prostate Formula provides exactly this amount of the active free fatty acids along with 500 mg of beta sitosterol.*
The exclusive Master Prostate Formula not only combines Saw Palmetto Extract and beta sitosterol, but also Lycopene, a powerful antioxidant,* Pygeum Africanum, Zinc, Pumpkin Seed, Stinging Nettles, Amino Acids and more to promote optimal prostate health, unrinary function and vitality.*
Only men have a prostate gland. From birth to puberty prostate remains small, about the size of a pea. During puberty it undergoes the first growth spurt, reaching the size of a walnut.
The prostate contains about 30 percent smooth muscle and about 70 percent glandular tissue composed of glands and small ducts. A thin membrane called the capsule covers the prostate.
Anatomically, it is located just under the urinary bladder, surrounding the base of the bladder and the beginning of the urethra. Urine made by the kidneys accumulates in the bladder and the urethra is the pipe that carries the urine outside. If you imagine a wine glass, the wide part would represent the bladder and the stem would be the urethra.
The prostate is located at the juncture, where the wide part ends and the stem begins. The prostate is shaped like a donut, with the urethra passing through the opening in the center of the gland. The part of the urethra that passes through the prostate is called the prostatic urethra.
The prostate is situated behind the pubic bone and in front of the rectum, which is why it is possible to feel the prostate during a digital rectal examination.
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