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Prostate Supreme 60 caps by Designs For Health (DFH)

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Prostate Supreme

Prostate Supreme provides a balanced and comprehensive support for optimal prostate health and function. This formulation promotes a healthy testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT) balance, favorable aromatase activity support the body's natural process to limit the conversion of testosterone to estradiol, supports optimal bladder function, and it provides targeted nutritional and antioxidant support to maintain healthy prostate function.

Size: 60 Capsules
Serving Size 2 capsules 
Servings Per Container 

  • Vitamin D3 (as Cholecalciferol) 300 IU
  • Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine HCl) 10 mg
  • Zinc (as Zinc Chelazome Bis-Glycinate Chelate) 10 mg
  • Saw Palmetto (Serenoa repens)(fruit) 400 mg
    [standardized to contain 45% fatty acids]
  • Pygeum (Pygeum africanum)(bark) 200 mg
    [standardized to contain 12% phytosterols]
  • Nettle (Urtica dioica)(root) 200 mg 
    [standardized to contain .89% -Sitosterol ]
  • L-Glycine 100 mg
  • L-Alanine 100 mg
  • L-Glutamic Acid 100 mg 
  • Pumpkin Seed Extract (Cucurbita pepo) (seed)(20:1) 60 mg
  • Chrysin 50 mg
  • DIM 50mg  
  • Lycopene 20 mg

Other Ingredients: Vegetable stearate, silicon dioxide, bovine gelatin (capsule).

Recommended Use
As a dietary supplement, take two capsules daily or as directed by your health care practitioner.


This product does not contain wheat, yeast, soy protein, gluten, eggs, dairy, corn, artificial colors, flavors, sugars or preservatives.

Who Should Take Prostate Supreme
Men interested in optimal prostate health and those with a self or family history of benign prostatic hypertrophy or hyperplasia (BPH) should consider taking Prostate Supreme. Men with active prostate cancer should not take Prostate Supreme without consulting with their health care provider.

Many men, as they mature, become more concerned with sustaining and promoting their prostate health. The prostate is a small gland that surrounds the neck of the bladder and urethra, which is responsible for ensuring healthy urinary flow. Prostate Supreme contains many nutrients that have been found useful in supporting healthy prostate function; minerals, amino acids, a potent carotenoid, and well known herbs containing plant sterols and fatty acids.

The major known function of the prostate gland is to manufacture and secrete seminal fluid, which carries, nourishes, and protects the spermatozoa necessary for human reproduction. In addition, it helps maintain moisture that protects the lining of the urethra, the passage through which urine and seminal fluids flow out of the body.

Several studies have provided insight into seminal fluid. One study revealed that it is rich in the mineral zinc, and the amino acids glycine, alanine, and glutamic acid. Another study indicated that maintaining proper levels of zinc in the seminal fluid contributes to maintaining a healthy prostate. A third study revealed that 66% of the participating men showed signs of improved prostate health after 3 months of dietary supplementation with the amino acids glycine, alanine, and glutamic acid. Men store zinc in the prostate gland and zinc is needed for sperm production.

Lycopene is the most abundant carotenoid found in the prostate gland. This carotenoid provides the red color in tomatoes and pink grapefruit. It is an efficient quencher of singlet oxygen free radicals. Lycopene has been linked with supporting cardiovascular health.

The high-quality extracts from saw palmetto berries and pygeum are included for their legendary activity in sustaining healthy prostate and sexual function. The lipid fraction of pumpkin seeds are rich sources of beta-sitosterol, also known to support prostate health. Saw palmetto berry, and its fatty acid constituents, is the most well studied, well known, and widely used herb for supporting prostate health. A 3-year study in Germany showed signs that saw palmetto extract significantly promoted prostate health in 73% of the participants. Pygeum, an extract from the bark of an African tree, has been studied in controlled trials over the past 25 years and has shown significant ability to promote prostate health.

Pumpkin seed is a rich source of zinc, fatty acids, and plant sterols, and has a long history of traditional use to maintain healthy urinary tract and prostate function. Saw palmetto, pygeum bark, and pumpkin seed are also particularly rich sources of beta-sitosterol, which is found in almost all plants. Several double-blind placebo controlled studies have documented the ability of beta-sitosterol to support prostate health.

Double-blind studies of extracts from the nettle plant have confirmed its ability to support prostate health. The nettle plant (Urtica dioica) affects natural sex steroid compounds and proteins that carry them in the body. Research out of The University of California, Berkeley has also concluded that DIM exhibits potent support for cellular health. We now know that DIM inhibits dihydrotestosterone (DHT) stimulation of DNA synthesis, that it is a strong competitive inhibitor of DHT binding to the androgen receptor, and is also an estrogen agonist. Chrysin, a flavonoid found in high concentrations in honey, has been shown to be an inhibitor of aromatase enzyme activity. Modified citrus pectin (MCP), also known as fractionated pectin, is a complex polysaccharide obtained from the peel and pulp of citrus fruits. 

Epidemiological and laboratory data support a role for vitamin D in supporting health prostate and cellular function, so vitamin D is added.

How to Take Prostate Supreme
Take 2 capsules daily with food (one twice per day with meals is recommended) or as directed by your health care provider.

Note: Prostate Supreme is not intended to be a primary treatment for prostate cancer and is not a replacement for regular prostate check-ups, including digital examinations and blood studies (i.e.: PSA and prostatic acid phosphatase)

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UPC 87945200019
Manufacturer: DFH

Customer Reviews
Average Rating on 3 Reviews
(05 stars in 3 rating(s))
4 star rating Broccoprotect 4/5/2013 Prostate Supreme 60 caps by Designs For Health (DFH)4
Reviewed by FrankL from CT.
good product

5 star rating Prostate Supreme Caps 10/21/2012 Prostate Supreme 60 caps by Designs For Health (DFH)5
Reviewed by Surfer from San Clemente, CA.
I am a 42 year old male and this product was recommended by a 65 year old friend. I started taking Prostate Supreme capsules 2 months ago. I am confident that adding this to my daily regimen will contribute to my urinary and sexual health.

5 star rating Prostrate Supreme review 10/4/2011 Prostate Supreme 60 caps by Designs For Health (DFH)5
Reviewed by L. Harris from Lexington, SC.
We ordered this for my 69 yr old husband. He is now using this and D-mannose and doing great! When researching this product before buying, I was impressed that it contained so many prostrate supporting nutrients. We are very well pleased with this product so husband is on his second bottle.

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