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Prostate Support

A carefully chosen combination of ingredients intended to help provide nutritional support for mens' prostrate.


Copper Glycinate Chelate, L-Alanine, L-Glutamic Acid, L-Glycine, L-Selenomethionine, Milk Thistle Extract (80% Silymarin) (Silybum marianum) (Seed), Pygeum Bark Extract (Pygeum africanum), Saw Palmetto Extract (Serenoa repens) (Fruit), Selenium, Zinc Bisglycinate Chelate

Prostate Support is a carefully chosen combination of ingredients intended to help provide nutritional support for men's' prostrate. A key ingredient in the formula is saw palmetto. Saw Palmetto is a small palm tree native to the Southeastern United States, whose fruit was first used medicinally by the Seminole Tribe of Florida. The extract of the Saw Palmetto tree, when combined with the extract of Pygeum tree bark, provides tag team support for prostate and urinary tract health. In collaboration with these two well studied ingredients, IDLife's Prostate Support formula contains the trace minerals zinc, copper and selenium along with the amino acids L-Alanine, L-Glutamic Acid and L-Glycine to provide an unprecedented powerhouse of nutritional support for men.

Benefits of Prostate Support

An exacting combination of key nutrients known to support and help improve the development of lean muscle, improve energy levels, reduce oxidative stress and provide support for the urinary tract and prostate gland.


Saw palmetto is most commonly used for decreasing symptoms of an enlarged prostate called benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH). It seems to shrink the inner lining that puts pressure on the tubes that carry urine. Saw Palmetto also might prevent testosterone from being converted to a more potent form of testosterone, call dihydrosterone (DHT). DHT can be found in men with male pattern baldness inflammatory acne.


Trace mineral profiles in Prostate Support combine with proteins in the body to act as free radical scavenging antioxidants which are essential for cell health and proper functioning heart muscles.


Glutamic acid is an amino acid used by the body to build proteins. It is the most common excitatory neurotransmitter in the central nervous system. Its high demand, required by the muscles more than any other amino acid, the muscles rapidly use glutamine during exercise. Therefore, body builders and other athletes that rely on muscle mass, endurance and strength have a much higher demand. Consequently, having an adequate supply of glutamine/glutamic acid is important to support a healthy, active body.


The amino acid profile will be utilized to assist in repairing cells, as well as, enhance cellular energy production. Just as it is important in muscle growth, amino acids are important for energy production by supplying extra fuel to the muscles to prevent the breakdown of tissue during heavy activity. Blood sugar levels are also supported by amino acids, thus any substance regulating blood sugar will have a positive impactful result on energy levels.

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