|IGF-1 (aka Insulin-like growth factor-1)||1||Zinc|
|Insulin Sensitivity||1||Zinc, Garlic|
|Free Testosterone||1||Zinc, Saw Palmetto|
|White Blood Cell Count||Neutral||Garlic|
|Symptoms of Peripheral Vascular Disease||Neutral||Garlic|
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Zinc has been shown to reduce prostate size in some studies. If you are taking 30 mg or more of zinc per day, most doctors recommend adding 2 to 3 mg of copper to avoid deficiency.
If you are taking large amounts of zinc (such as 30 mg per day or more) for BHP, most doctors recommend supplementing with copper to avoid copper deficiency.
6 mg per day for 8 weeks. A double-blind trial found that an extract of Ganoderma lucidum mushroom was significantly more effective than a placebo in improving urinary symptoms in men with BPH.
50 to 100 mg of an herbal extract standardized to contain 13% total sterols twice per day. Safe and effective for men with mild to moderate BPH, pygeum contains compounds that have anti-inflammatory activity and help rid the prostate of any cholesterol deposits.
1 ml aged extract per 2.2 lbs (1 kg) of body weight daily. A special garlic extract (Kastamonu Garlic) reduced prostate size and significantly improved urinary symptoms in one study.
160 mg twice per day of an extract standardized to contain approximately 80 to 95% fatty acids. Saw palmetto, the leading natural treatment for BPH, has been shown to help keep symptoms in check when used regularly.
120 mg of root extract (capsules or tablets) twice per day or 2 to 4 ml of tincture three times per day. A concentrated extract made from the roots of the nettle plant may increase urinary volume and flow rate in men with early-stage BPH.
60 to 130 mg daily. Men taking beta-sitosterol, a compound found in many edible plants, have reported improved BPH symptoms and urinary flow.
General Health September 2016
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