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The Good News Just Got Better for Prostates

If I had a dime for every man with prostate trouble, the richest person on the planet would be shining my shoes. Prostate problems are so common that half of all men will suffer at some point in their lives.

And this is nothing new…

Prostate issues have been affecting men for hundreds of generations, but it seems that some ancient people didn’t just ignore their problem, they found a solution

The Fertility Secret of the Incas

For thousands of years the Incas have cultivated a plant at more than 12,000 feet above sea level. The plant has been almost unknown outside of the Andes, because it grows nowhere else. In fact, it won’t grow at all at normal altitudes.

The plant is called Maca, and the Incas have used it for centuries to increase fertility and sexual desire. But it’s only been in the last 10 years or so that “modern” science has started to take notice.

Researchers in Peru were among the first to study maca. What they discovered was promising indeed. In animal studies, Maca shrank the prostate and increased sperm count.5, 6 But maca does a great deal more.

A research team in England recently tested Maca on healthy cyclists. It increased their sexual appetite. But it also improved their cycling time to exhaustion.7 That means Maca also gave them the energy to take care of their new-found desire.

Even better news comes from an Italian study. When scientists tested Maca’s effect on male sex hormones… they found it didn’t have any.8 For men with prostate issues, this is great news. It means you can support prostate health, rebuild your sexual appetite and improve performance – all without upsetting the hormonal balance so important to preventing further prostate trouble.

It couldn’t get any better. Or could it?

As I’ve said before, Maca makes it so you don’t have to put up with frequent trips to the bathroom… sudden urges to go… wakeful nights… or the awful sexual side effects.

That’s why I’m so excited about Maca’s possibilites… but there’s even more evidence that this incredible nutrient can improve the health of your prostate…

As Good – or Better – Than Traditional Approaches

Scientists from around the world are proving that Maca is incredibly effective in relieving swelling and related problems. Here’s what they’ve found:

  • 78% of the men in a German study experienced significant prostate improvement. And all signs of trouble cleared up for more than a third of them. 1
  • Chinese researchers tested Maca against six traditional approaches. After more than a year, none of the others worked better!2
  • A Polish study found Maca was effective for nearly 50% more men than one of traditional medicine’s most common approaches.3
  • And in the UK, researchers found that Maca provided relief in 69% of cases where surgery was considered the “gold standard” for relief.4

Putting the Icing on the Cake

There are only a limited number of studies on Maca. But so far, the numbers are impressive. Besides supporting prostate health, studies show that Maca may also…

  • Help lower “bad” cholesterol and increase antioxidant activity in the liver9
  • Relieve moodiness10
  • Improve learning ability10

With news like this, it’s hard not to get excited about a natural nutrient that can do all of this!

It seems as the Incas were right on the money with this truly wondrous gift from Mother Nature, and it seems that these ancient people may have been a lot more advanced than they have been given credit for.

It’s truly amazing what we can learn from those who came before us.
 

Stay Healthy!

Best Life Herbals Wellness Team
Best Life Herbals
www.bestlifeherbals.com
Editor’s Note: The Inca’s of South America may have been products of the Stone Age, but they sure hit the nail on the head when it came to improving the health of the prostate. Their cultivation and use of Maca Root not only improved their prostates, but also improved their sex lives, infuse their bodies with antioxidants and helped them to control their emotions. To discover the incredible health benefits of this amazing nutrient, look no further than the formula found in Best Life Herbals Prosterin. This incredible product contains only the most concentrated and potent extract of Maca available, and you can order your supply today! Follow this link, and let not only Maca, but 11 other proven prostate health booster give you the relief you’re looking for. Order today.

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