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Prostavar Exposed

Prostavar Exposed

Some would have Prostavar exposed as a scam. They say it is time to put an end to all the hype out there about products that claim to fix prostate issues with no side effects. Products like Prostavar claim that they have an all-natural formula that can do what most prescription drugs fail to do. If these products work so great, why are doctors not telling they patients about it? Let’s take a look at the facts about Prostavar and let the chips fall where they may.

The Facts About Prostavar Exposed

Prostavar claims that it has a formula made up of high quality natural ingredients that all help to alleviate the symptoms of prostate issues such as BPH and support a healthy prostate. These range from vitamins and minerals to herbal supplements. Since none of these ingredients are drugs, the FDA does not support the claims. Natural substances generally do not need FDA approval to be sold. Some of the ingredients are:

  • Zinc, vitamin E and B-6. These vitamins and minerals are actually good for prostate health. Since they are things we eat everyday in food, they are safe to take.
  • Saw Palmetto. This is a fruit extract from a small palm tree. The fruit has been eaten as food and used medicinally by Native Americans for hundreds of years. It is touted to have positive effects on enlarged prostate reduction and to help with urinary dysfunction.
  • Beta-Sitosterol. This component is also naturally occurring in foods. It is thought to block DHT production that can lead to an enlargement of the prostate or BPH. This is one of the main ingredients in Prostavar.

All of these ingredients in Prostavar are natural and are safe to take but the issue is whether they will actually help with prostate issues like BPH. There have been studies that have shown positive results for saw palmetto as a dietary supplement for urinary issues, especially weak flow and reducing nighttime urination. However, the FDA has not yet supported these claims.

The choices are not great when it comes to prostate problems. You have several drugs like alpha-blockers and 5-a reductase inhibitors that are often prescribed to help with BPH. However, they have severe side effects such as weakness, light-headedness and sexual issues. The other option is surgery, which can have complications leading to sexual dysfunction.

When it comes down to it, there is no reason not to give Prostavar a try, especially if you have tried the prescription drugs and found they are not for you. The ingredients are natural and safe, so there is no danger in mixing them with anything you are currently taking. Prostavar may not work for everyone, but it is still guaranteed so it is worth seeing if you are one of the many that see improvement in their symptoms. Maybe your trial will have Prostavar exposed as meeting all its claims!

Prostavar is available direct from the manufacturer for as cheap as $22.85 per bottle depending on which package you get at or by calling them at 1-800-815-2398.

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