The prostate (often mistakenly called the prostrate) is a male gland, the size and shape of a large walnut, and is surrounded by a protective sheath called the prostate capsule. It lies just beneath the bladder, wrapped around the urinary tube (urethra). The prostate's main function seems to be to provide part of the fluid that makes up semen although some scientists think that the main role of the prostate is to safeguard the reproductive tract from infection in the urinary tract. (Prostate [Greek] means "protector"). However the main concern is not what it does so much, but as to what goes wrong with it and the problems it causes to nearly all men who live long enough.
BPH is characterised by the following urinary symptoms:
CTL's Five Key Tasks for Prostate Health
Prostate Health checks
All men over the age of 40 are now advised to have regular medical check-ups on the health of their prostate. These check-ups may include a physical examination and/or a simple blood test to check the PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) level. The checks should also be made on a regular basis to monitor any changes.
If any of the urinary symptoms described above occur, the visit to your doctor is overdue.
The CTL Prosgenia 5 Step Program
The Prosgenia A,B & C supplements consist of a complex of herbs, specific minerals and nutritional ingredients to complete each of the above tasks. The Prosgenia 5 Step Program adds lifestyle and dietary recommendations to complement these supplements to improve prostate health. For more information click on PROSGENIA or Select Products
Prostate Cancer Foundation Link for additional information on the Prostate