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Supreme Prostate

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  • Advanced prostate support*
  • Supports healthy urinary flow and function*
  • Maintains a healthy male hormone balance*
  • Supports healthy ageing of the prostate*5,19,31
  • Advanced clinically studied ingredients – Saw palmetto extract, Pygeum africanum extract, Nettle root extract, Lycopene
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Take 2 capsules once daily, in the evening after a meal.

Consult a physician prior to use if you are pregnant or nursing, taking medication, or if you have a medical condition.


Other Ingredients: Magnesium stearate (vegetable), corn starch, vegetable capsule (hypromellose, titanium dioxide (color)).

Advanced Prostate Formula

Supreme Prostate contains the most well-researched herbs and minerals, in their best proven doses, to provide a comprehensive help for the prostate health during ageing1-10.* Supreme Prostate is formulated with herbs which help prostate during normal ageing in men16,18,20,22,24-27.* The minerals Zinc and Selenium play important role in normal prostate function and protect the gland from the oxidative stress of the environment18,20.*



    Saw palmetto is a palm tree native to the southeastern United States also know with its latin name, Serenoa repens. Studies indicate it helps support healthy urinary flow and prostate function of men.*


    Pygeum africanum bark is an extract made from the bark of the African plum tree. Pygeum africanum is one of the most researched herbs supporting prostate, UT and kidney health.*


    Flower pollen from rye, also known as Secale cereale L., is commonly used by men for its beneficial effect on the prostate health.* Flower pollen extract is supported by a large number of clinical studies, which documented its efficacy in various UT applications including prostate and bladder health.*


    Nettle root has been used since the days of ancient Egyptians and Romans, because of its beneficial properties on men’s health.* Known under the scientific name Urtica dioica, the plant is rich in vitamins, amino acids, polyphenols, minerals, fats, which act as an antioxidant inside your body.*


    Selenium is an essential mineral which we can obtain through our diet. Small amounts of Selenium are required to support our body’s needs.* As a strong antioxidant, Selenium helps reduce the quantity of free radicals and maintain the normal function of the immune system and prostate health.*
  • ZINC


    Zinc is an essential mineral that plays vital role in our body.* The role of Zinc is crucial for the normal growth, physical development, nutrient metabolism, cell function and division, DNA synthesis and protection of cells from oxidative stress. It also contributes to the normal function of the prostate.*


    Lycopene is a naturally occurring carotenoid, known for its strong antioxidant properties.* It helps reduce the oxidative stress in your body and support normal immune system function.* Lycopene is found in tomatoes, watermelons, red oranges, pink grapefruits, apricots, rosehips, and guavas. Clinical studies reported lycopene may aid the maintenance of the healthy prostate.*
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