in 11 Healthy Male Volunteers
The objective of this open label study was to determine the clinical effects of Prostate Fitness on symptom management in males with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).
Less Waking Up to Urinate
11 male volunteers aged 45 to 79 and diagnosed with benign prostatic hyperplasia were given 2 softgels of Prostate Fitness daily, and were monitored 4 times over the course of 30 days to assess symptom change in urinary health by their overseeing physician. Three physicians in separate clinics participated in the study. Men were grouped based on subjective symptom severity at the start: low, moderate, high, and severe, based on intensity and frequency of symptoms.
WHAT IS IN PROSTATE FITNESS?
beta-Sitosterols, saw palmetto, stinging nettle, lycopene, selenium, vitamin E, zinc, rye flower pollen extract, ʟ‑alanine, ʟ‑glutamic acid, and ʟ‑glycine.
A complete anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and multimineral formula for men
Urinary frequency, hesitancy,
and incomplete voiding
Waking up to urinate
Prostate cancer or other concern impeding urinary flow
2 softgels per day with food, for 30 days. Follow-up with overseeing physician on days 7, 10, 15, and 30.
- Symptom change was observed on day 15 and continued to improve at day 30.
- Complete resolution of symptoms was observed in two patients with low and moderate BPH.
- All symptoms improved in the moderate and high BPH, but full resolution was not obtained.
Daytime symptoms decreased in low, moderate, and high BPH
Nighttime symptoms decreased in low, moderate, and high BPH
Daytime symptoms decreased in severe BPH
decreased in severe BPH