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Documented and published in the same respected medical publications as the prescription alternatives. More »

Ask to see the ingredient source documentation

This includes % beta-sitosterol versus other sterols and source i.e. sugar cane, soy, etc. More »

Most Prostate Formulas use Beta-sitosterol from un-fermented Soy. Fermentation of Soy is a 6 to 9 month process due to the level of phytates. More »

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Prostagenix, Prostavar, Reviews Complaints, ProstateReport.com, Lab Reports

Warning Lab reports do not show prostate products are effective. Beware prostatereport.com and prostatepillreport.com the Men’s Guide to Prostate Supplements tries to tell customers looking for a prostate formula that Prostavar is ranked number 2 and that Prostagenix is ranked number 1.  The manufacturer of Prostavar is Superbalife International LLC, owner and operator Fred Buckley. After 13 years in business this company receives a “NR (not rated)” with Customer Complaints filed against the company at the Better Business Bureau website.  This is not normal as other companies who are also not paying members of BBB or accredited do get a rating. An example being IMS Supplements, Inc. the maker’s of Best Prostate ®. Note that in 10 years IMS Supplements, Inc. has no customer complaints.

The following image is from the FTC disclosure statement for ProstatePillReport.com which  confirms this ownership. Prostavar is manufactured by Superbalife International the owner of this website.

The owner of this award winning website ProstatePillReport.com is Superbalife International and gives it’s own products the best ratings. No awards are published for this website and none are disclosed.

 

 

 

These are the relationships:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No clinical studies have been performed or published that either of these products are more effective or better than any other product that these websites allegedly rank as inferior or superior.

Mr. Fred Buckley is also the owner of the product Prostagenix under a new company name  Verified Nutrition, LLC.  His websites ProstatePillReport.com and his newest website below ProstateReport.com both have the owner identified as Mr. Fred Buckley in the FTC Disclosures.

On this owner operated website that Mr. Buckley states that ALL opinions on the site are his and he is the author as evidenced in the preceding image.  The image below show where it is his opinion that his product Prostagenix is rated #1 on his website ProstateReport.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following image is the landing page for ProstateReport.com and the celebrity Mr. Larry King is identified as a PAID Endorser of Prostagenix in the FTC Disclosure above.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mr. Larry King is an actor with no medical training or education in the field of dietary supplements, chemistry or pharmacology.  He is not an authority and he is not trained in the medical field. This misleads the consumer to believe that he is a credentialed authority in this field.


The Best Prostate ® product label at  ProstateReport.com shows a bottle of product that was manufactured in 2010.  The label on the bottle states the company as  Nature’s Healthy Supplements, Inc..  All Best Prostate formula manufactured from  2011 to present has used the new corporate name IMS Supplements, Inc..  The red button encourages the reader to SEE LAB REPORT.   The lab report is dated November 5, 2015 which is over 5 years after the date of manufacture of the  product shown.   The ingredients used in the product shown would have expired in 2012.

The following is the Lab Report posted by Mr. Fred Buckley.  Note that the report contains no Lot # or date of expiration. The lab report does not identify the laboratory that performed the Certificate of Analysis.  All Certificates of Analysis contain  a Lot # which would clearly identify the product being tested.  The report as shown on the website ProstateReport.com is fake and not the actual Certificate of Analysis as performed by any independent laboratory. Certificates of Analysis do not contain financial information AMEX.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The accusations made by his website against any product manufactured in a certified GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) or registered GMP facility are both defamatory and slanderous as these certified and registered facilities have mandatory testing requirements that certify that all the product manufactured meets the label claims of the Supplements Facts Table printed on the label. If the product does not meet these label claims it is not sold to the consumer. All cGMP and rGMP facilities store every lot # of manufactured product and a Certificate of Analysis of that lot #.  The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) does periodically review these records and on occasion send lot samples to labs for independent testing to ensure that the Certificate of Analysis has not been made up or fabricated.  No certified or registered GMP manufacturer would risk their certification or registered status and face both possible jail time and heavy fines.

When consumers buy a supplement they should look at the product label. And confirm that the product is produced in a certified GMP or registered GMP facility. Best Prostate ® has this right on the label of every bottle.    This is how consumers protect themselves.

The companies that manufacture both Prostagenix and Prostavar are all owned by Mr. Fred Buckley.

Mr. Fred Buckley is the owner and  President of Verified Nutrition, LLC.

Mr. Fred Buckley is the owner and author of ProstateReport.com.  Mr. Fred Buckley is the owner and president of Superbalife International, LLC the manufacturer of Prostavar and the owner operator of the website ProstatePillReport.com.

Consumers are warned that these products and websites are all owned and operated by Mr. Fred Buckley. No comparative clinical studies  or data validate the prostate products ranking on these websites. The rankings are subjective and it is clearly disclosed that the manufacturer of Prostavar and Prostagenix are owned and operated by the same individual and the owner and creator or these websites.

 

Best Prostate Products 2017 Reviewed WARNING

Once again websites continue to mislead consumers with false information about prostate supplements.  These alleged reviews of one product’s superiority over other another is based upon the compensation that the website gets from the product manufacturers.

Consumer Health Digest – publishes ” Best Prostate Supplements of 2017 Reviewed ”  and then on the bottom of the site they link to thier mandatory Federal Trade Commission Disclosure as follows:

Best Prostate Supplements of 2017 Reviewed

Best Prostate Supplements of 2017 Reviewed

None of the products recommend have been clinically tested for being superior over each other.  The site provides no qualifying credentials for any type of objective analysis.  Consumers are being lied to – it’s that simple.

 

Best Prostate ® — The priceless component of a product is in the honesty and integrity of it’s maker.

Visit   www.bestprostate.com

Super Beta Prostate Review 800-790-6289 New Vitality (dba) 2017

Super Beta Prostate ChargesSuper Beta Prostate advertises on TV and promises a “FREE Bottle” of Super Beta Prostate ®.

They publish:

“Every product we sell is backed by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. You may use any New Vitality product for a full 30-days absolutely risk free and if you are not satisfied for any reason, return the bottle and you’ll receive a complete refund of your purchase price, less shipping and handling.”

The Super Beta Prostate FREE Bottle.

“Offer Details: Pay only $6.99 shipping and handling for your free 30-day supply ($9.99 for all Canadian shipments), and for added convenience, we’ll also include membership to our exclusive auto-replenishment program – so you never have to miss a day of Super Beta Prostate. There is absolutely no minimum purchase required and you can cancel at anytime. Starting 30 days from your initial order date, you’ll receive a new 30-day supply of Super Beta Prostate every month for only $39.95 plus $6.99 S&H, which will conveniently be charged to the credit card you provide today. We will continue to send you monthly shipments of Super Beta Prostate unless you call to cancel.”

Before you give out your credit or debit card, do a complete review of the company you are buying from. This includes looking at what other consumers have experienced when accept this or any offer.

Super Beta Prostate ® is a product of New Vitality.   This is NAC Marketing Company, LLC  dba (doing business as)  New Vitality.          This is more difficult to lookup as the consumer does not know if they should research New Vitality or NAC Marketing Company, LLC.

Better Business Bureau for NAC Marketing, LLC

https://www.bbb.org/new-york-city/business-reviews/vitamins-and-food-supplements/nac-marketing-company-llc-in-edgewood-ny-52286

Customer Complaints at Better Business Bureau   (Click to See)

New Vitality’s contact number at this time is: 1-800-675-5956

Best Prostate

Compare to Best Prostate ®  Better Business Bureau for IMS Supplements, Inc.

https://www.bbb.org/losangelessiliconvalley/business-reviews/herbs/ims-supplements-in-north-hollywood-ca-100094710

 

To learn more about Soy-Free, Non-GMO beta-sitosteol visit:  Best Prostate ® visit www.bestprostate.com

 

Prosvent Review 800-336-2645 Prosvent, LLC 2017

Unwanted Prosvent ChargesProsvent advertises on television and tells consumers that they can try the product free.

They tell you that this is a “30-day Risk Free Trial”

Here is what you need to know:

The Prosvent Free Bottle Offer.

*Offer Details: You will be shipped 2 bottles of Prosvent® nutritional supplement, which is a 60-day supply. They are yours to try for 30 days! All you pay TODAY is the $9.95 shipping and processing. Then, unless you call to cancel, after 30 days your credit card will be charged only $39.95 per bottle! Every 60 days, we will send you a new 2-bottle, 60-day supply of Prosvent® billed to your credit card at the same low price ($39.95 per bottle plus $9.95 s&p). You can stay on the program as long as you want and cancel at any time! And remember, all you pay now is just the shipping and processing!”

Before you give out your credit card, you should do a complete review of the company you are buying from. This includes looking at what other consumers have experienced when accept this or any offer.

Better Business Bureau for Prosvent, LLC  

https://www.bbb.org/losangelessiliconvalley/business-reviews/general-merchandise-retail/prosvent-in-sherman-oaks-ca-100029570

At the time of this writing the best way to reach Prosvent is  1-800-336-2645

Best Prostate

Compare to Best Prostate®  Better Business Bureau for IMS Supplements, Inc.

https://www.bbb.org/losangelessiliconvalley/business-reviews/herbs/ims-supplements-in-north-hollywood-ca-100094710

 

To learn more about Soy-Free, Non-GMO beta-sitosterol visit:  Best Prostate ® visit www.bestprostate.com

STOP BEING SCAMMED SITES THAT RANK Best Prostate PRODUCTS

BSAlertThe biggest scams on the internet with respect to Health Supplements (which includes Prostate Supplements) are websites that rank and appear to review Prostate Supplements or other health supplements. These sites legally are required to contain a disclaimer. These ranking and review websites are literaly sponsored (sites that are simply Advertorial aka advertising). You the consumer need to know this. The reviewing staff have no qualifying credentials to review any thing. No quantitative analysis or clinical studies comparing any of the prostate supplements reviewed has been preformed. This is a current listing of such sites currently scamming consumers with respect to alleged ranking of prostate supplements:

http://www.prostateremedyreviews.org/gr/disclaimer.html
http://www.prostatepillreport.com/disclosure.php#land

http://www.prostatehealthjournal.com/supplement-reviews-2/ – this site is presently in violation of the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) as it doesn’t even have a disclaimer posted.

Best Prostate Warning | MensHealthWire.com

This warning concerns FTC Disclosure and Trademark Infringement of the Best Prostate trademark by MensHealthWire.com.

Consumers should know that the referenced website suggests that they are offering an honest assessment of prostate products.  However no where on this site do they provide the educational qualifications or credentials of any reviewer. In addition no information or documentation is provided for the quantitative analysis performed by this staff that establishes the ranking of the prostate supplements being sold on the website.  Consumers need to beware that this site is SPONSORED CONTENT: and the information POSTED IS SPONSORED BY ADMARK as identified.

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Best Prostate

 

Soy in your Prostate Formula – Should you be concerned?

We often see soy in so many food products. Should we be concerned? Well if you consider that 94 percent of all soy grown in Canada and the United States is brand named “Round-Up Ready Soybeans” the answer would be yes. Many of us are familiar with Round-Up we have used it to kill weeds. “Round-Up Ready Soybeans” is a trademark owned by the Monsanto Corporation. These are soybeans that have bean genetically modified to allow applications of the herbicide Round-up to be applied while they are growing. “Round-Up” is also a trademark owned by the Monsanto Corporation. Here is a quick synopsis of Round-Up from the organization GMO Inside:

“Monsanto invented the herbicide glyphosate and brought it to market under the trade name Roundup in 1974, after DDT was banned. But it wasn’t until the late 1990s that the use of Roundup surged, thanks to Monsanto’s ingenious marketing strategy. The strategy? Genetically engineer seeds to grow food crops that could tolerate high doses of Roundup. With the introduction of these new GE seeds, farmers could now easily control weeds on their corn, soy, cotton, canola, sugar beets and alfalfa crops—crops that thrived while the weeds around them were wiped out by Roundup. http://gmoinside.org/15-health-problems-linked-to-monsantos-roundup-ecowatch/ #stopmonsanto #food #ag #GMOs

The decision to consume soy rests with each of us as individuals.  Consider this image which was recently published.

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Prostate Formulas Consumer Safety and Supplement Access

Do supplements work? Does it really do what it says? I heard it on TV. If you have ever searched for a supplement on the internet then it is likely you have been exposed to some form of false advertising. One area that is truly bad is prostate supplements or prostate formulas. Beware sights that offer comparison reviews and then selectively claim that this product is # 1. Almost all of these sites receive compensation from the makers of the products recommended. The staff and/or website owners have no credentials or qualifications to review or perform any form of quantitative analysis. If you like the freedom to purchase supplements, without a prescription, then it’s time to step up and actually help the organizations in this article to do a better job at protecting all consumers from false advertising, false treatment claims, and misleading representations and information. If we fail then legislators will have no choice but to restrict everyone’s access to all supplements as a group.

This article applies to all supplements that consumers’ freely access in the market place. This article is brought to you by IMS Supplements, Inc. the manufacturer of the Best Prostate ® Formula. Due to this, prostate supplements will be used in our examples. For anyone who has ever purchased a prostate supplement from an advertisement or has performed a search on the internet it is most likely you were exposed to misinformation.
Every day people all across the North American continent are exposed to celebrities claiming this or that supplement will change your life. We witness actors in lab coats whom appear to be doctors. We are enticed to call now and as a result promised a free bottle of this miracle prostate product. Often the free product promised is not free because consumers are signed up to be automatically billed and shipped product. In order to do this, businesses store the consumer’s credit card information. Before you buy any supplement over the internet or on the television it is best to check if other consumers have complained about the product or the company. Most of us are familiar with the non-profit organization the Better Business Bureau (BBB). It is important to look at the number of complaints that have been filed against a specific business. Often businesses can have an “A” rating yet have hundreds of consumer complaints. An extremely popular website ComplaintsBoard.com allows users to search on a product name and users can read the complaints that have been filed.

In the background there are multiple organizations that do their best to protect consumers. One of these organizations is the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) and another is the National Advertising Division® (NAD®) of the Council of Better Business Bureaus. Recently the Advertising Self-Regulatory Council, the Council for Responsible Nutrition was notably active in the activities of a famous celebrity television physician and the United States Congress. Another organization, National Advertising Division® or NAD® reviews national advertising for truthfulness and accuracy. Their policies are established by the Advertising Self-Regulatory Council (ASRC). This organization reviews national advertising on broadcast or cable television, in radio, magazines and newspapers, on the Internet (websites) or commercial on-line services, or advertising provided direct to the home or office. This organization focuses on product performance claims, superiority claims against competitive products and all kinds of scientific and technical claims. In March of 2009, the manufacturer of the product Best Prostate was contacted to participate in a voluntary review of its website www.bestprostate.com . Every sentence on the website was examined for product claims, superiority claims, scientific claims and or technical claims. This review process was a 6 to 9 month process. We are thankful to have participated in this process and feel that all manufacturers’ product websites should go through this process in the interest of consumer safety and truth in advertising. If this was the case then consumer freedom to access dietary supplements would not be in jeopardy.

The National Products Foundation, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation, is also actively involved in consumer safety and truth in advertising. The organization also promotes research and education related to natural products. In 2013, this organization reviewed 275 advertising cases, mailed 150 warning letters, and referred 40 cases to the FTC and the FDA.

In severe cases supplement manufacturers make actual treatment claims for a disease state. This is illegal. When the claim can actually cause harm the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will actually send a warning letter or enforcement action to the manufacturer. These are readily available to consumers by doing a simple search on the internet. If you are ingesting or swallowing a tablet, capsule, or any fluid, it is important to know who you are buying from, and if they have a history of, or have received enforcement actions from the FDA. There are two very easy ways to check this. The first way is to do a search and enter “product name” and then “FDA” on the same line. Then perform the search. You can also substitute the “product name” and use the “Company Name” and then “FDA” and perform the search. If the search shows an entry from “www.fda.gov” then you really have to consider the integrity and honesty of the manufacturer. When it comes to consumer safety manufacturers have a responsibility to be straightforward and honest.

In 2008 it was estimated that approximately 30 percent of men in North America diagnosed with a prostate disease used some complementary or alternative therapy primarily herbal agents, vitamins, supplements, and/or dietary intervention. It is now six years later and that number has increased significantly. This is partially due to the FDA warning issued in 2011 which found that in two large clinical trials with (5-alpha reductase inhibitors) prescription prostate medications that actually showed an increased incidence of high-grade prostate cancer. In addition every night our televisions tell us of yet another prescription medication with a dangerous side effect and that if you or a loved one experienced this or died you need to please contact the law firm. Who wouldn’t be a bit distrustful? Then the next commercial promotes the next latest and greatest prescription medication only to have a laundry list of side effects that is quickly read to us and then we are encouraged to ask our physician to prescribe it. It is no wonder why more and more consumers are embracing complementary or alternative therapies.
North American urologists and physicians in general have been slower than their European colleagues to use or even understand these complementary or alternative therapies. In Italy, 50% of the medications used by physicians for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) are (plant-based) phyto therapies. While in Germany and other European countries, phyto therapies are first-line treatment for mild-to-moderate enlarged prostate or benign prostatic hyperplasia/lower urinary tract symptoms (BPH/LUTS).1

Despite the positive benefits of using the phytosterols (ex. Beta-sitosterol ) and/or other complementary or alternative therapies, the use of some nutraceuticals in prostate disease have had less desirable consequences, showing lack of efficacy, adulteration, and/or severe side effects or drug interactions. The AUA (American Urological Association) has encouraged studies of the supplements being used by consumers. Despite this some physicians simply dismiss complementary and alternative therapies. In addition studies of phytosterols, with respect to an enlarged prostate, have been published in the same medical journals as their prescription counterparts. Examples: Lancet, British Journal of Urology, and Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. This can be confirmed by visiting NIH.GOV and simply entering the “ingredient” (beta-sitosterol) followed by “problem or disease state” (example: BPH). Respectfully with prescription medications the FDA requires adequate safety data for marketing, yet the number of estimated deaths for all adverse drug reactions and medication errors make these the 5th leading cause of death here in the United States. 2

Although many in the medical community here in North America level charges against complementary and alternative therapies and allege that they are unsafe. Statistics actually support that traditional prescription medications are guilty of being unsafe despite the submission of safety data to the FDA. With respect to prostate problems urologists do not necessarily treat BPH or prostatitis pharmaceutically based only on objective parameters. In fact, it is acknowledged that typically they treat these conditions by observation. For physicians to truly understand the benefits derived from nutraceuticals or alternative therapies in terms of enlarged prostate symptom improvements (or other medical condition) they must be aware and familiar with the published literature.

As we acknowledge the 20th anniversary of Congress passing the DSHEA, the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act. With this, Congress definitively stated that dietary supplements are a category of food, and not subject to FDA pre-approval thereby allowing your freedom to access complementary and alternative therapies. What is important is that consumers not assume that all supplement manufacturers practice truth in advertising. It is important to verify and look at the product’s reputation and the manufacturer’s reputation through the use of objective sources. Always consult and inform your health care provider when you initiate any complementary or alternative therapy. The information contained this article is designed to provide accurate information in regard to the subject matter presented. It is provided with the understanding that IMS Supplements, Inc. is not engaged in rendering medical advice. If expert assistance is required, the services of a competent medical professional should be sought. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Any products discussed or mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The author wishes to acknowledge the following resources used in writing this article.

1 Dreikorn K. Complementary and alternative medicine in urology. BJU Int. 2005;96:1177–1184.

2 CDC/NCHS National Vital Statistics System 2007, authors. Deaths, percent of total deaths, and death rates for the 15 leading causes of death: United States and each state, 1999–2003. [Accessed January 25, 2007].

Nickel JC, Shoskes D, Roehrborn CG, Moyad M. Nutraceuticals in Prostate Disease: The Urologist’s Role. Rev Urol. 2008;10(3):192–206.

This article was adapted from an original article published at ezine articles by the author.

Soy sourced Beta-sitosterol is Genetically Modified (GMO)

In 1996 the first GMO (genetically modified) seed crop was invented and that was the soybean.  This GMO soybean  allowed the spraying of the toxic herbicide  “Roundup”.  In prostate health we first want the best ingredients and above all else “to do no harm”.

Ingredients that are free of phyto-estrogens (estrogen – feminizing hormone).  Some plants produce estrogen and hence these are called phyto-estrogens (‘phyto’ meaning plant).  One study in humans documented a 76% reduction in testosterone production in men. [1]  Another study by Nagata C, et al. “Inverse association of soy product intake with serum androgen and estrogen concentrations in Japanese men.” Nutr Cancer 2000; 36(1):14-8. This study in Japanese men showed that increased soy intake was related to decreased testosterone levels. In an additional study in healthy adult males compared a diet containing soy to one using meat as a source of protein. Testosterone levels were significantly lower in the group with a soy diet. In addition the amount of “free” testosterone was reduced by 7% in the soy diet group. [2]

Now more data has come forth with respect to the genetically modified origin of beta-sitosterol from soy sources (2014). The chances that the soy used in sourcing beta-sitosterol is genetically modified is approximately 93% (2014).  The worst part of this information is that this soy is being sprayed with glyphosate or Roundup.  Why is this bad?  Well they are now detecting glyphosate in urine samples.  Please see the attached video below.   This was despite individual’s best attempts to choose organic produce and live a clean life.  I guess all we can do is try our best to do what’s best and make informed choices.

Soy-free non-GMO beta-sitosterol can be found here:    http://www.bestprostate.com

Please help us by responding to this poll. Thank you.

[1] Zhong, et al. “Effects of dietary supplement of soy protein isolate and low fat diet on prostate cancer.” FASEB J 2000;14(4):a531.11

[2] Habito RC, et al. “Effects of replacing meat with soyabean in the diet on sex hormone concentrations in healthy adult males.” Br J Nutr 2000 Oct;84(4):557-63

What Is Important When Choosing a Prostate Formula

 

It’s so confusing so let’s prioritize what is important.

1.  Saw Palmetto or Beta-sitosterol.

Answer:  Beta-sitosterol – Why?  Because beta-sitosterol has been studied in double-blind placebo controlled clinical studies in peer-reviewed medical publications like Lancet, British Journal of Urology, and the Cochrane Reviews Database.  Information regarding “Beta-sitosterol in BPH” can be found at the National Institutes of Heath website www.nih.gov.  In addition clinical data regarding Saw Palmetto has shown that it is no more effective than a placebo in the New England Journal of Medicine.

2.  Is beta-sitosterol all the same from one product to another?

Answer:  Not at all.  Most prostate formulas use a plant sterol mix and generally they label it as so. Other products use actual beta-sitosterol in a concentrated form that exceeds the 50-55% commonly found in a plant or phyto-sterol complex or mixture.

Most manufacturers use beta-sitosterol from soy as it is common and allows for a increased profit margin. Soy in North America is 93% Monsanto “Round-Up Ready Soybeans”  or genetically modified to allow for the spraying of the pesticide “Round-Up”.  Round-Up® is familiar to most men as it is known as a common pesticide purchased at large chain home improvement stores or small independent hardware stores.

In addition soybeans are high in phyto-estrogen.  Estrogen is a female hormone and studies have shown that in the male body testosterone levels are reduced.  Which can lead to erectile dysfunction and a loss of sex drive.

A few manufacturers claim that they use sugar cane.  However no wholesale source of sugar cane derived beta-sitosterol is available that is sourced in the United States or Canada.  Sources are #1 Brazil, #2 India, #3 China.

Then there is non-GMO, non-Soy beta-sitosterol Best Prostate ® sourced from pine.

3. But many prostate formulas have so many other ingredients like: Stinging Nettles, Pumpkin Seed extract , and/or saw palmetto are these important?

Beta-sitosterol is the miraculous common denominator in all of these other ingredients.  If a more pure form of beta-sitosterol was used in manufacturing instead of a phytosterol complex these other ingredients would not be necessary that is why I refer to them as unproven fillers.  For literally 3 to 4 decades (30 to 40 years) it is beta-sitosterol that physicians in Europe have relied upon for the symptoms of an enlarged prostate and not the other ingredients.  The shotgun approach appears impressive but why not just rely on the ingredients that have been studied and published in multiple peer-reviewed medical journals.
Is lycopene important for my prostate?

The Mayo Clinic feels that at this point the data is not sufficient to make this claim.  See the link:  Mayo Clinic.

It is our intention to make this simple and understandable as it should be.  Do not be misled by false claims and hype or inflated prices.