You may not think of the Mexican food served in the U.S. as healthy. But there’s one dish that may offer big benefits to men. It’s high in fat and calories, but it’s also high in a nutrient that can boost prostate health.
Guacamole is made from avocados. And avocados are high in a plant compound called Beta-sitosterol (Beta-S). In fact, they’re higher in this remarkable compound than almost any other food.
But avocados are also high in fat and calories, so you probably don’t want to eat a bowl of guacamole every day. Especially with high-calorie tortilla chips.
Fortunately, you can get plenty of Beta-S without packing on the pounds. And the evidence suggests your prostate will thank you – big time.
The Prostate Booster Nobody Talks About… in the U.S.
Beta-S hasn’t gotten a lot of press here in the United States. So you might think it’s a new discovery. But it isn’t. Doctors in Europe have been using it to fight prostate problems for decades.
That’s one reason there aren’t a lot of recent studies on Beta-S. Its effectiveness was proven long ago. But scientists in India reinforced its reputation just last year.
These doctors tested extracts from fruit tree bark on animals with enlarged prostates. The trees were all members of the genus “Prunus,” which includes fruits like plums.
All the extracts were effective. But one was more effective than the others. It was the extract from Prunus domestica – the common plum. And what set it apart from the pack? It had the highest Beta-S content of all the extracts tested.1
If you’ve been taking saw palmetto for prostate health, you also benefit from Beta-S. That’s because Beta-S is the major active component of saw palmetto.
But saw palmetto is only about 2% or so Beta-S. So pure Beta-S is about 50 times more powerful. And that can make a huge difference.
Well Studied – and Proven – in Europe
Back in the 1990’s, scientists in Europe ran numerous studies on Beta-S. The results were more than encouraging.
In 1995, the prestigious British journal, The Lancet, published a German study on Beta S. In this study, 200 men took either Beta-S or a placebo for six months. Neither the doctors nor their subjects knew who took which preparation.
This is called a “double-blind” study. It’s the gold standard of trials because only someone “behind the scenes” knows which pill is the placebo and which is the real thing. And they don’t reveal which is which until after the results are calculated.
When these results were calculated, the difference was clear. The men who took Beta-S had a stronger urine stream and cleared their bladders more completely than at the start. The placebo group had no changes.
Plus, the Beta-S group saw their scores on the IPSS (International Prostate Symptom Score) drop by an average of 7.4 points.2 This is remarkable when you realize the highest (worst) score possible is only 35. And most men seek medical help long before they reach that point.
Another group of German doctors published a similar study in 1997.
They randomized a group of 177 prostate patients to receive either a placebo or Beta-S. This was also a double-blind study. And the volunteers came from 13 different treatment centers, which made “cheating” virtually impossible.
After 6 months, the Beta-S group once again showed improvements in urine flow. They emptied their bladders more completely. The placebo didn’t see these gains.
And, once again, the Beta-S group had an average improvement in IPSS scores 5.4 points higher than the placebo group. Their quality of life scores also improved significantly.
Are you starting to see a pattern here? Well, hold on… because it gets even better.
Prostate Relief Backed by Systematic Review
The British Journal of Urology published a review of Beta-S studies in 1999.
Doctors at the U.S. Veterans’ Administration looked at 4 recent studies of Beta-S. They only came up with 2 complaints. First, they said, the Beta-S preparations weren’t all exactly the same. And, second, the studies were too short.
But 3 of the 4 studies used similar Beta-S compounds. And 2 ran for 6 months. Regardless of their concerns, the researchers had to admit, men taking Beta-S improved their urine flow and cleared their bladders more fully.4
These results translate to less straining and fewer trips to the men’s room. If your sleep is constantly interrupted by urges to urinate, you know what a blessing this can be.
Overall, the men in these 4 studies saw an average drop in their IPSS scores of 4.9 points. That includes the results of a study using an “oddball” extract that was far inferior to more standard extracts.
So, initial results are good. And we know Beta-S is effective for at least 6 months. But what about the long-term?
Enjoy Long-Term Relief from Prostate Problems
You probably figured when I mentioned the long-term effectiveness of Beta-S, the answer would be positive. And you’re right.
In May of 2000, The British Journal of Urology published the results of a 6-month study that followed up on their volunteers after 18 months.
In the original study – once again, a double-blind affair – the Beta-S group fared far better than those taking a placebo. But the results a year later may be even more revealing.
The doctors were able to follow 117 men for the full 18 months. Of those 117 men, 38 of the original Beta-S group had continued taking Beta-S in the ensuing year. All of them were still enjoying the gains they made in the original 6-month study.
41 volunteers decided to stop therapy. This group saw their prostate problems grow during the ensuing year.
Here comes the great news…
27 of the original placebo group started taking Beta-S. A year after the original study ended, they were enjoying the same level of relief as the original Beta-S group!5
It appears Beta-S works… works long-term… and starts working when you take it. That’s great. But Beta-S may also come with a bonus.
Hello, Handsome! You Look Different…
Fast-forward to 2017. Chinese doctors look at prostate problems and hair loss. Both problems, they say, can have a common cause: androgen (male hormone) issues.
What if both problems also have a common solution?
Using cell cultures, they test a formula with Beta-S. This formula changes the actions of mRNA – messenger RNA – that affect both problems. In other words, this formula with Beta-S may be able to influence baldness.6
90% of men eventually have prostate problems. 70% will also experience hair loss linked to male hormone issues. Beta-S appears to help ease both problems. Without side effects.
That’s why getting more Beta-S should be a “no-brainer.”
And you don’t have to eat endless bowls of guacamole to do it, either.
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The 11 ingredients in Prosterin are designed to ease prostate issues and win you back your freedom. They include:
- Tomato extract – An important source of lycopene, shown to discourage DNA damage in prostate cells.7
- Pumpkin seed extract – A rich source of zinc, key to prostate health.
- Stinging nettle – Known to ease problems linked to prostate growth.8
Avocados and vegetable oils deliver meaningful amounts of Beta-S. But they’re high in calories. Vegetable oils are also high in Omega-6 fats… which can create other health issues.
Getting your Beta-S in a supplement just makes sense. Especially when that supplement offers comprehensive prostate relief.
And when it comes with no risk.
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2 Berges, R.R., et L, “Randomised, placebo-controlled, double-blind clinical trial of beta-sitosterol in patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia. Beta-sitosterol Study Group,” Lancet. Jun 17, 1995; 345(8964): 1529-1532.
3 Klippel, K.F., et al, “A multicentric, placebo-controlled, double-blind clinical trial of beta- sitosterol (phytosterol) for the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia. German BPH-Phyto Study group,” Br J Urol. Sep 1997; 80(3): 427-432.
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6 Chen, L., et al, “Blockade of Androgen Markers Using a Novel Betasitosterol, Thioctic Acid and Carnitine-containing Compound in Prostate and Hair Follicle Cell- based Assays,” Phytotherrapy Research. Jun 2016; 30(6): 1016-1020.
7 Wertz, K., “Lycopene effects contributing to prostate health,” Nutr Cancer. 2009; 61(6): 775-783.
8 Ghorbanibirgani, A., et al, “The Efficacy of Stinging Nettle (Urtica Dioica) in Patients with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia: A Randomized Double-Blind Study in 100 Patients http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S037887411630335X,” Iran Red Crescent Med J. Jan 2013; 15(1): 9–10.