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The Science Behind Superior Prostate

The Science Behind Superior Prostate Supplement


What is the prostate?

The prostate is a small gland located in the groin area of men.

What does the prostate do?

The prostate plays a big-time role in men’s health and reproduction as it produces seminal fluid that allows the sperm to survive while traveling the distance (Prostate Cancer Foundation, n.d.). In those who have undergone a prostatectomy, their sperm are incapable of leaving the body, making them infertile.


Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, or BPH, is also known as an enlarged prostate. It becomes more of an issue as men age. The enlarged prostate can be irritating as it can cause the flow of urine to be blocked (Mayo Clinic, n.d.). Bladder, urinary tract, and kidney issues are common in male patients with BPH. Because of this, some symptoms of BPH are listed:

        Frequent urination

        Peeing more often at night

        Trouble starting to pee

        Incapability of completely emptying the bladder

        Inability to urinate

        Blood in the urine

        Urinary tract infection

         The size of the prostate does not reflect the severity of the symptom, which means men with slightly enlarged prostates can have major symptoms while those with larger prostates can have minor symptoms.

Men’s Sexual Health

Men with prostate issues often experience erectile dysfunction (ED) and ejaculatory issues (Cleveland Urology, 2021). Medications concerning the enlargement of the prostate can actually affect a man’s sex life as it can diminish libido and sexual satisfaction (Harvard Medical School, 2021). However, BPH and ED have a correlational relationship – not causation.


Beta-sitosterols are cholesterol-like types of plant sterols found in fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds. Beta-sitosterols are known to treat the symptoms of BPH as well as other conditions (Wilt et al., 1999). They improve urination flow and help the male patient to completely empty the bladder. It is important to point out that beta-sitosterols do not shrink the prostate!


Superior Prostate contains microelements Selenium and Zinc. They play a big role in the prevention of prostate cancer. Zinc by itself raises testosterone levels, while the androgen receptor gets increasingly expressed in the prostate (Darago et al., 2020). Supplementation of selenium shares the same result as Zinc.Vitamin D is also vital for those with prostate issues as men with lower levels of Vitamin D usually have more aggressive cancers and higher death rates (Oyer, 2021).



Cleveland Urology. (2021, 5 12). Can BPH Affect Your Sex Life? Cleveland Urology Associates. https://clevelandurology.net/posts/bph/can-bph-affect-your-sex-life/#:~:text=Yes%2C%20BPH%20can%20affect%20your,least%2025%25%20of%20the%20time.

Darago, A., Kilmczak, M., Stragierowicz, J., Stasikowska-Kanicka, O., & Kilanowicz, A. (2020, 1 6). The Effect of Zinc, Selenium, and Their Combined Supplementation on Androgen Receptor Protein Expression in the Prostate Lobes and Serum Steroid Hormone Concentrations of Wistar Rats. MDPI. 10.3390/nu12010153

Harvard Medical School. (2021, 4 21). Sex and the prostate: Overcoming erectile dysfunction when you have prostate disease. Harvard Health Publishing. https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/sex-and-the-prostate-overcoming-erectile-dysfunction-when-you-have-prostate-disease-20090331100#:~:text=Men%20who%20have%20benign%20prostatic,erectile%20dysfunction%20and%20ejaculatory%20problems.

Mayo Clinic. (n.d.). Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia. Mayo Clinic. https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/benign-prostatic-hyperplasia/symptoms-causes/syc-20370087

Oyer, R. A. (2021, 5 17). Can Vitamin D Help Prevent Prostate Cancer? Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health. https://www.lancastergeneralhealth.org/health-hub-home/2021/may/can-vitamin-d-help-prevent-prostate-cancer#:~:text=Men%20who%20have%20prostate%20cancer,makes%20vitamin%20D%20from%20sunlight.)

Prostate Cancer Foundation. (n.d.). Prostate Gland. Prostate Cancer Foundation. https://www.pcf.org/about-prostate-cancer/what-is-prostate-cancer/prostate-gland/

Wilt, T., Ishani, A., MacDonald, R., Stark, G., Mulrow, C., & Lau, J. (1999, 7 26). Beta‐sitosterols for benign prostatic hyperplasia. Cochrane Library. 10.1002/14651858.CD001043

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