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Men do you suffer every day from one of the following Prostate problems:

• hesitant, interrupted or reduced urinary stream

• feel the urgent need to urinate but can’t

• feel that you never completely empty your bladder

• feel the need to urinate less than 2 hours after you finished urinating

• feel that you push or strain to begin urination

• have the urge to awaken and urinate multiple times at night

• experience decreased desire and/or sexual dysfunction
 

Fortunately tens of thousands of men have discovered that the natural ingredient beta-sitosterol can actually address these symptoms without the side effects of prescription medications. Beta Sitosterol is the primary ingredient found in Best Prostate, the market leader with 310 mg of Beta Sitosterol at the lowest price starting at:

$16.62 per bottle if you purchase 6 bottles

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It’s simple, Best Prostate® provides the essential ingredients to ensure you get the results you want and need. Other prostate formulas may have ingredients in addition to the key ingredients in our product, however we could not find clinical data or studies to support those additional ingredients and unproven fillers. You don’t pay for those ingredients when you choose Best Prostate®. We guarantee results and your satisfaction or simply return the product for a full refund. We encourage you to go the “Compare Formulas” tab on the left and scroll down to the table to see the side by side view of your choices.

Each bottle of the best prostate supplement contains 60 capsules, a 30 day supply

Best Prostate® is manufactured at an NSF, GMP Registered facility, and/or GMP certified facility in the USA.

Each vegetable capsule contains 310 mg, US sourced BETA-SITOSTEROL
7.5 mg (Elemental) Zinc Citrate
15 mcg Selenium

Best Prostate® contains (Non-Soy Non-GMO) Beta-Sitosterol which is the active plant sterol ingredient found initially in saw palmetto berries and now in the best prostate supplement .

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We guarantee your satisfaction and will refund your purchase price if you are not satisfied.

No “FREE” Auto-Shipping or automatic billing of your Credit Card to hassle with. You get results or your money back!

Best Prostate is avaliable at discount prices. We do not charge handling fees. We do charge actual costs for shipping. To see our prices or order click here:

Find out why plant sterols or beta-sitosterol have been relied upon for the relief of BPH of the symptoms of an enlarged prostate for decades.

Information about Beta-sitosterol and best prostate supplement:

* Helps to reduce waking at night due to constant urge to urinate*1
* Helps to Increase Urinary Flow and Promotes Healthy Urinary Function*2, 3
* Promotes a Healthy Prostate*2,3,4
* Beta-sitosterol has shown benefit in relieving the symptoms of an Enlarged Prostate* 4
* Many prostate supplements contain saw palmetto, Pygeum africanum, pumpkin seed oil, stinging nettles, and other plant compounds. The fact is that these ingredients have one thing in common and that is beta-sitosterol.
* Saw Palmetto itself contains a small amount of beta-sitosterol in comparison to the amount of beta-sitiosterol that is made available by manufacturers of beta-sitosterol. It is said that the amount of saw palmetto capsules required to achieve 300 mg of Beta-sitosterol would be in the hundreds.
* We use Vegapure® 867G which is a branded, non-GMO, line of plant sterols and sterol esters derived from pine trees. Vegapure® 867G is a product of Cognis Nutrition & Health. (For additional information regarding the beta-sitosterol in our product click on the “F.A.Q.” (frequently asked questions) or “Whats in Best Prostate” button on the left.)

1 (Bach D., Ebeling L. Long-term drug treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia – results of a prospective 3-year multicultural study using Sabal extract IDS 89. Phytomedicine, 3:105-11, 1996)
2 (Berges R.R., Windeler J., Trampisch H.J., et al. Randomised, placebo-controlled, double-blind clinical trial of beta-sitosterol in patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia. Lancet; 345:1529–32, 1995)
3 (Klippel KF, Hiltl DM, Schipp B. A multicentric, placebo-controlled, double-blind clinical trial of beta-sitosterol (phytosterol) for the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia. Br J Urol 1997;80:427-32.)
4 (Wilt T, Ishani A, MacDonald R, Stark G, Mulrow C, Lau J. Beta-sitosterols for benign prostatic hyperplasia. Cochrane Database Syst Rev . 2000:CD001043.)

Best Prostate® provides 620 mgs of (non-GMO) Beta-Sitosterol (source Pine trees) in a daily dosage regimen (2 capsules).

As low as $16.62/bottle
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Prostate Facts:
About 30 million men suffer from benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH). BPH is the most common disorder of the prostate1 and it is the most common diagnosis by urologists for male patients age 45-74.2

There is a 50 percent chance that you will have prostate problems or symptoms by the time you are 60.3

Each year more than 500,000 men in North America have prostate surgery; and more than a billion dollars a year is spent on the treatment of prostate problems.
Prostate surgery often results in both incontinence and impotence and can result in men living a life without sexual intercourse.

Proscar®, the leading pharmaceutical drug for treating prostate problems, is associated with sexual dysfunction and male breast enlargement.

Flomax®, a pharmaceutical drug for treating prostate problems, is associated with both nasel congestion and cough (incidence is double that of placebo).

Saw palmetto is not an effective remedy for enlarged prostate based upon information published by: Bent S, Kane C, et al. “Saw palmetto for benign prostatic hyperplasia.” New England Journal of Medicine, 2006; 354:557-66.

1. Issa M, Marshall F. Contemporary Diagnosis and Management of Diseases of the Prostate. 3rd ed. Newtown, Pa:Handbooks in Healthcare Co; 2005.

2. Contemporary Urology/Urology Times 2005 Fact Book. Prepared by Advanstar Medical Economics Healthcare Communications Secondary Research Services.

3. American Urological Association Education and Research, Inc. Guideline on the Management of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH). 2003.

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