Men's Health

New Prosta

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Male Health alert:

Prostate problem is recognized by the WHO as one of the top three male health problems. It can happen to anyone including men in their 30s! Most men 30 years of age or older, develop prostate problems as the prostate gland grows.

This is due to the fact that the urethras, which move through and out of the body, is surrounded by the prostate gland. When this gland becomes enlarged, it presses on the urethra and symptoms appear. As this condition progresses, you may experience any or all of the following:

?a bladder infection or bladder stones
?blood in your urine ?kidney damage to urine retention, or
?a urinary tube blockage will prevent urine from passing through the tube
?erectile dysfunction
?Chronic pain.

If left untreated, prostate problems will get worse and can eventually lead to bladder and kidney problems, loss of erections, insomnia and even death.

An enlarged prostate is very common among men as they age. In fact, 50% of men over the age of sixty have this condition and that percentage increases to 90% by the age of eighty five. About a third of all men need treatment for this condition. Knowing what the symptoms are and when to consult a doctor should be something all men are informed about. An enlarged prostate is often nothing to be concerned about, but if you are suffering from enlarged prostate symptoms it is best to have a medical checkup. Prostate cancer and an enlarged prostate have similar symptoms and only a professional can determine what treatment, if any, is needed. Cancer that forms in tissues of the prostate (a gland in the male reproductive system found below the bladder and in front of the rectum). Prostate cancer usually occurs in older men.

Estimated new cases from prostate cancer in the United States are 14.3%, only secondary to lung cancer. Prostate gland specific lipid membrane structure and the inner layer of fiber membrane separation form blooded prostate barriers, which block generic drugs into the gland effectively. That is why it is difficult to treat enlarged prostate.

Functional Principle:

“New Prosta" is researched and developed by the Nobel Prize-winning researcher applying “Principles of apoptosis at Harvard University.

Apoptosis is a physiological cell death in programmed control, which is characterized by specific morphological changes in the nucleus and cytoplasm. Chromatin divides in regular sites, so does Endo nucleotide of Genomic DNA in Nucleosome. The critical condition that decides whether cells die in program way is the ratio of BAX and BCL-2, intracellular marked molecules. If BAX is more than BCL-2, CASPASE (apoptosis protein enzyme) is activated. Finally, DNA regularly degrades and cells initiate apoptosis. These cells will not leave any harmful remnants in body. Therefore it is the most scientific way to clear cell proliferation. ‘New Prosta?extract active substance from natural plant special soluble fiber, plant extract reductase, and saw palmetto, effectively improving the ratio of BAX and BCL-2 and apoptosis executor CASPASE-3's activity, and making the diseased cells to apoptosis which actively clear from normal tissue.

Main Ingredient:

1. Soluble Fiber
Soluble fiber is present in all plant foods to some degree. Especially good sources of the nutrient include beans and other legumes, whole grains, and certain fruits and vegetables. Root vegetables such as potatoes and carrots are an excellent source, and the skins contain insoluble fiber. Broccoli, bananas, apples, and berries are also good sources of soluble fiber. Some good grain choices are barley, oats, and rye.

2. Plant Extract Reductase
The reductase is produced only in specific tissues of the male human body, namely the skin, seminal vesicles, prostate and epididymis. Inhibition of reductase results in decreased production of DHT, increased levels of testosterone, and, perhaps, increased levels of estradiol.

3. Special D Type Protein
Special Protein is an innate immune protein that is present in mucosal lined surfaces throughout the human body, including the male reproductive tract.

4. Saw Palmetto
Saw palmetto has been studied extensively to determine its benefit to men with urinary due to an enlarged prostate. Overall, the results have been mixed with some studies showing an improvement in urinary symptoms for these men and other studies showing no improvement when compared with a placebo. In those studies that did show an improvement in urinary symptoms, the improvement was only seen after many weeks of taking the extract.

5. Cranberries
It is widely known that cranberries help prevent urinary tract infection. This is accomplished by preventing bacteria from sticking to the lining of the urinary tract. Cranberries are rich in flavonoids. These phytonutrients have been shown to inhibit certain types of cancer. New research suggests compounds found in Cranberries may inhibit ulcer-causing bacteria from sticking to the stomach wall. The Proanothcyanidins found in Cranberries can prevent urinary tract infections by inhibiting E. coli bacteria from attaching to the urinary tract wall. The National Kidney Foundation recommends drinking at least one large glass of cranberry juice a day to help maintain urinary tract health.

6. Lycopene
Lycopene is a bright red carotene and carotenoid pigment andphytochemical found in tomatoes and other red fruits and vegetables, such as red carrots, watermelons and papayas. Because preliminary research has shown an inverse correlation between consumption of tomatoes and cancer risk, lycopene has been considered a potential agent for prevention of some types of cancers, particularly prostate cancer. However, this area of research and the relationship with prostate cancer have been deemed insufficient of evidence for health claim approval by the US Food and Drug Administration (see below under Antioxidant properties and potential health benefits).

7. Daidzein
Daidzein is a phytochemical that is found in soybeans, peas, and other plants, such as kudzuand red clover. It is a polyphenol in a class of flavonoids known as isoflavones. Soy isoflavones have been widely studied for their effects on human health. These include antioxidant activity and protection against various types of cancer.
The major soy isoflavones include daidzein and genistein. These types of compounds have a structure similar to a mammalian estrogen. They also bind to estrogen receptors in animal and human cells. Thus, they are known as phytoestrogens, or estrogens from plants. They have been implicated as anticancer agents for hormone-based cancers, such as breast and prostate cancer.
Soybeans and soy products ?such as soy flour, tofu, and soy milk ?are major components of Asian diets. The rates of prostate and breast cancer are much lower in countries like Japan, compared to those in the West. When Japanese men immigrated to the United States and switched to American diets, their rates of prostate cancer greatly increased. It is hypothesized that this might be due to the shift away from a soy-based diet. Studies comparing the diets of people to their rates of cancer have found a correlation between consumption of soy and reduced levels of prostate cancer.

8. Pumpkin Seed Extract
Pumpkin seeds contain protective compounds called phytosterols, which may be responsible for shrinking the prostate. They also contain chemicals that may prevent some transformation of testosterone into dihydrotestosterone (DHT). High levels of DHT are associated with enlarged prostate.

9. Pygeum Africanum Bark
Pygeum Africanum has been shown to be beneficial in benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH.) It is especially helpful in increases urinary function. Combining this supplement with saw palmetto and stinging nettle increase the effectiveness of each herb. In animal studies, pygeum showed an increase in the volume and viability of sperm in the semen.

Effect One of New Prosta special features is targeting positioning of prostate in order to improve efficiency of active molecules. Through the special soluble fiber using advanced processing technique, it delivers the wrapped bioactive materials of Saw Palmetto and the special bioactive molecule to the prostate. Its high fat-solubility and strong infiltrability may effectively penetrate the blood ?prostate barriers. And with its high concentration it would be able to split and wrap the affected prostate cells by cutting off their nutrition and having them die naturally and remove the hyperplasia.


For male adults, take 3 capsules twice a day, preferably one with breakfast and one right before bedtime. For some stuation, add two capsules after lunch.

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