The prostate is a small gland located just under the bladder and it’s part of the male reproductive system. The prostate encircles the urethra (the tube that carries urine from the bladder outside the body) and produces and secretes a nutrient rich fluid that protects and helps transport sperm. The prostate gland resembles a chestnut in size and shape.
In most men, the prostate gland will undergo two stages of growth. The first stage occurs early in life and is usually complete by the end of puberty. The prostate usually remains the same size for many years; however, it may begin growing again during middle age, and some men develop symptoms by age 40. If the prostate becomes enlarged it may compress the urethra, which can interfere with elimination of urine and semen. The interference with urine elimination can cause a number of irritating symptoms and can lead to more serious problems as well. There are a few things one can do to keep the prostate healthy. Doctors recommend periodic prostate checkups and lifestyle changes like cutting down on caffeinated drinks, going easy on salt and spices and eating dinner earlier in the evening to give the body a chance to eliminate fluids before bedtime. Supplementing your diet is also a good idea. I have a supplement that is a scientifically developed blend of lycopene, saw palmetto berry, pumpkin seed and zinc—–all natural source ingredients that support prostate health without any uncomfortable side effects. Some competitive brands have lycopene but don’t include the palmetto berry, pumpkin seed or other important prostate health nutrients.
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