We've long known that lycopene, a carotenoid that's responsible for the red to pink colours seen in tomatoes, pink grapefruit and other foods, can help prevent men's prostate problems by promoting health of the prostate gland.
Now, a study from Japan has found yet another nutrient that can help fight off men's prostate problems like BPH prostate and prostate cancer - neoxanthin. Both a caroteno... ››› more
Men's prostate problems usually develop after age 60 - or, for some men, in their 50s. The three most common men's prostate problems are benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), prostatitis and prostate cancer.
These men's prostate problems usually lead to problems such as frequent urination, difficulty in voiding, urinary leakage and urinary tract infections. However, there are a number of natural ... ››› more
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