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Red Alert – Prostate Problems Ahead

I hate to be the guy to break it to you but we’re all at risk – and the older we get the more vulnerable we become.

Nearly every man over the age of 50 suffers from the symptoms of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) – or enlargement of the prostate gland.
BPH is a common yet avoidable condition of aging, brought on by the continued growth of prostate tissue.

A problem that’s magnified by certain environmental factors such as a poor diet, smoking, hormones and pesticides in the foods we eat — even a simple lack of sex can accelerate this already severe condition.

And inevitably it’s coming after us all – and to say the symptoms are un-pleasant would be a gross understatement:

A constant need to urinate especially at night
A weak urine stream that’s difficult to start
Pain pressure and dribbling during urination
And a reduction in your ability to achieve and maintain an erection

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And keep in mind your prostate is sort of like the command and control center for your entire penis. It controls everything from urine flow — to how much, if any semen comes out when you climax.

So if you’re reading this right now and you’re over 45 it’s time you started taking prostate protection very seriously – ignoring the risks can slam the breaks on an otherwise healthy and fulfilling sex life.

However there are simple yet effective steps you can take to protect yourself from this destroyer of men.

Mother Nature has provided us with a virtual cornucopia of beneficial foods, herbs and nutraceuticals that have been clinically proven to support and maintain a healthy functioning prostate.

But if you’ve been reading my e-letter for any length of time you’ve already heard all about the benefits of Saw Palmetto, Zinc and the like, so today I thought I’d discuss a more obscure, but no less effective prostate protector: Lycopene – a super potent prostate defender and free radical fighter.

Lycopene is a carotenoid found in tomatoes and tomato products. It’s the most potent anti-oxidant of all the carotenoids (think beta-carotene, alpha-carotene).

Anti-oxidants are the little miracles responsible for fighting off radicals and preventing cellular damage throughout the body – a process that’s believed to slow down the effects of the aging process.

Free radicals are essentially rogue molecules in our bodies that attempt to seek out and destroy healthy cells through oxidization. And when these free radicals destroy enough healthy cells the organism dies.

The effects of free radical damage come in many forms. Everything from skin wrinkles and liver spots to certain forms of disease – many researchers now believe that free radical damage is essentially the aging process as seen under a microscope.

And as it traditionally goes with the natural order of things, Mother Nature throws up an obstacle to keep us from living forever – but then she turns right around and shows us exactly how to break it down.

That’s where Lycopene comes into play – because once Lycopene is absorbed by the body, it works to prevent and repair cell damage caused by free radicals by blocking their growth factor receptor signals.[i] <#_edn1> A process similar to turning off the power switch inside these rouges cells.

A recent study conducted by the University of Utah’s Department of Physics noted that Lycopene might also play a protective role in your cardiovascular health as well.

They noted that men with higher concentration of Lycopene in their fat tissue are at less risk for heart attacks than men with lower concentrations. [ii] <#_edn2>

Plus, Lycopene is so easily absorbed by the prostate and testes it’s the perfect weapon for fighting off the effects of BPH.

And you can get Lycopene from a number of sources, but as I noted earlier the most common source is tomatoes. And if you hate tomatoes like I do there’s good news:

Research shows that the Lycopene found in processed tomato products like ketchup and tomato sauce is even easier to absorb than with fresh tomatoes.

Fresh tomatoes are however an excellent source of fiber and protein — and they’re 100% cholesterol free – unfortunately I can’t say the same for the processed varieties.

So my best recommendation to my fellow tomato haters out there would be to find yourself a reliable prostate supplement – the one I would recommend is Maximum Potency Prosterin (

You get the maximum recommended daily dosage of Lycopene plus a host of other proven prostate defenders like Saw Palmetto, Zinc and Beta-Sitosterol — all in one convenient supplement.

Or you can grab a high-potency men’s multi-vitamin like the one I take, Men’s Daily Formula ( I get my complete daily vitamin and mineral support plus a few extras thrown in just for us guys – like Lycopene and Saw Palmetto for prostate support and Tribulus and Yohimbe for a little extra oomph in the bedroom.

I’m not feeling the pinch myself just yet – but it’s never too soon to safe guard something as precious as your prostate. Don’t wait for it to become a necessity!

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And get this…

According to new research one of America’s favorite pizza toppings — mushrooms are full of free radical fighting antioxidants as well.

According to a study from Penn State University mushrooms are the best source of ergothioneine (a powerful antioxidant) you can find anywhere.

And it’s even better news if you’re into cooking new and different foods. Because as it turns out — the more exotic mushrooms contain more ergothioneine than their standard counterparts…

Shiitake – about 13 milligrams per 3 oz. serving
Oyster – about 13 milligrams per 3 oz. serving
Portobellos – about 5 milligrams per 3 oz. serving
Cremini – about 5 milligrams per 3 oz. serving

Standard white mushrooms had the least but they still had more than wheat germ – and up until this breakthrough study wheat germ was thought to be the richest source for ergothioneine around.

And for my fellow cooking channel addicts out there. Fear not – cooking the mushrooms doesn’t affect the ergothioneine content at all. So have fun and Bon Appetite!

Stay Healthy!

Louis Hart
Best Life Herbals

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