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5 Ways to a Healthy Prostate

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Once you find yourself facing enlarged prostate issues, you’ll want to know how to fix it as quickly as possible. And statistics show, if it hasn’t hit you yet, it will eventually. By the age of 80, 90 percent of men have experienced the condition – and it’s awful symptoms.


Benign prostatic hyperplasia, or BPH, is the medical term for an enlarged prostate, which can cause uncomfortable or embarrassing urinary symptoms and reduce your quality of life.

While BPH isn't curable, the good news is that its symptoms can be managed.

Below are five things you can do to manage your prostate health and reduce symptoms of an enlarged prostate.


1. Eat plant-based (mostly)

Your diet has a huge impact on your prostate and overall health. Eating mostly plant-based food provides you with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients needed to support a healthy prostate. Some foods that are particularly good for your prostate include mushrooms, tomatoes, cruciferous vegetables, berries, and green tea.

Avoid fried foods and excessive amounts of dairy, and keep your red meat consumption down to once a week or less. Instead, choose lean proteins like fowl and fish.


2. Ease up on the vices

Smoking does a number on your entire body, including your prostate. Smoking increases your risk of numerous diseases and can worsen urinary symptoms associated with BPH. Talk to your doctor about different methods to help you quit smoking.

Excessive drinking is also devastating to your overall health and can worsen the symptoms of BPH. Cut down on your alcohol intake, and drink plenty of water to stay hydrated when you do drink.


3. Exercise and lose weight

Excess weight worsens BPH symptoms and increases your risk for diseases like cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. Daily exercise, combined with a healthy diet, will boost your energy, help you lose pounds and inches and at the same time, get your prostate back on track. Strive for a half-hour of moderately intense exercise most days of the week.


4. See your doctor for a screening

BPH isn't prostate cancer, and it doesn't affect your risk for prostate cancer. But to maintain a healthy prostate, knowing your risk helps you make essential lifestyle changes to reduce it.

A blood test called a prostate-specific antigen, or PSA, can detect markers of prostate cancer long before symptoms occur. Although it's not always accurate, an annual PSA test goes a long way toward detecting prostate cancer early, increasing the chances of full recovery. A yearly rectal exam, which takes about 10 seconds, helps check for prostate cancer and BPH and can inform you and your doctor about the condition of your prostate.

5. Take a Prostate Support Supplement

Prostavol's Prostate Support contains research-proven ingredients that help reduce symptoms of BPH and support healthy prostate function. Proven ingredients including saw palmetto, beta-sitosterol, Pygeum Africanum, and nettle leaf to help promote full emptying of the bladder, better urine flow, reduced frequency, and fewer night interruptions.

Don't let an enlarged prostate slow you down. By making healthy lifestyle changes that support a healthy prostate, you can find relief from symptoms of BPH and reduce your risk for prostatitis and prostate cancer, among other health problems.





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