Ingredients

Prosvent® Ingredient Information

The unique proprietary formula used in Prosvent includes the following ingredients proven to support prostate health: Beta-sitosterol, Saw Palmetto Extract, Nettle Root Extract, Pygeum Africanum, Lycopene, Black Pepper Extract and Pumpkin Seed Oil, along with Vitamins D and Zinc.

Beta-sitosterol is used to improve urinary symptoms and flow measures related to prostate health.

Saw Palmetto Extract is used effectively to support prostate health. It is an extract of the fruit Serenoa repens and is rich in fatty acids and phytosterols. It helps to relax the muscle around your bladder neck, allowing optimal urinary function and flow.

Nettle Root Extract is a soothing nutrient that also promotes healthy prostate tissue and urinary function.

Pygeum Africanum is a tree bark extract that may reduce inflammation by stopping the production of prostaglandins, a major inflammatory signal in the body.

Lycopene is a natural pigment that is produced by plants and microorganisms. Laboratory experiments with lycopene confirm that it acts as an antioxidant and affects the way cells grow and communicate with each other.

Black Pepper Extract contains piperine, which has been shown to reduce damage from saturated fats in your diet and prevent bacterial growth in the intestine.

Pumpkin Seed Oil is very healthful due to its richness in polyunsaturated fatty acids and has been shown to be effective in supporting urinary function.

Vitamin D is an essential vitamin that is found in foods such as fortified milk, cereals, egg yolks and fish. It is also produced in the skin when the skin is exposed to sunlight. Its primary function in humans is to maintain adequate blood calcium and phosphorus levels by enhancing the absorption of these minerals from the diet through the small intestine. When the intake of calcium from the diet is too low, vitamin D helps mobilize calcium stores from the bones into the blood.

Zinc is necessary for a number of processes in the human body. Nearly 100 specific enzymes depend on zinc as a cofactor, including those involved in the important processes of processing DNA, detoxifying alcohol, and carrying carbon dioxide in the blood, among others. Zinc is essential for many molecules to act correctly, for normal nerve signaling to occur, and for the body to have adequate immunity.