What Is the Best Prostate Formula or Supplement for Your Prostate?

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NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif., July 12

NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif., July 12 /PRNewswire/ — Searching the Internet can be very misleading. Today the dietary supplement market is crowded with prostate formulas. The consumer is confused with fraudulent prostate pill reports that try to compare prostate formula safety and efficacy based upon laboratory tests of ingredients and measurements that have nothing to do safety or whether the product will work.

Beware the prostate manufacturer that directly attacks other prostate manufacturers to sell their prostate formula. These practices are both unethical and a demonstration of desperation. Some alleged consumer guides are disguised to look like they are an authority on the subject when they are literally a subjective way to confuse the consumer into purchasing a more expensive product. The FDA published consumer guidelines for shopping for dietary supplements. These can be found at: http://www.fda.gov/Food/DietarySupplements/ConsumerInformation/ucm110567.htm

Look for a return policy or guarantee it should be obvious. Are you being signed up for a monthly, or bimonthly auto-shipment and billing program? Companies offering this will be storing your credit card information. The Better Business Bureau is loaded with complaints against companies that auto-ship and bill consumers for products.

Does the website where you are shopping actually provide references for the claims made? You should be able to find the study in the National Library of Medicine’s database of literature citations (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/PubMed/). Has the referenced study been reviewed by recognized scientific experts and published in reputable peer-reviewed scientific journals, like the New England Journal of Medicine? If not then the FDA advises that you beware this manufacturer.

Many consumers do not realize that when they use a search engine that the top three categories are advertisements. These are listed as “sponsored links.” These are paid advertisements that are selling a specific product. What you read in this section is an advertisement and not the gospel. Search engine companies do not confirm the validity of an advertisement they make money when you click on the link. Some advertisers mislead consumers to believe that they are visiting an accredited institution that provides product ratings. Consumers need to verify that the reviewing organization is valid and accredited. If the link is a “sponsored link” it is no more than an advertisement. Factual product comparisons can be made from one label to the next. However efficacy and safety issues involve scientific study not a lab test. A lab report can only confirm the specific amount and presence of what is being measured.

Beware dietary supplement sites that use the word “treatment.” Unless a study using the dietary supplement or a pharmaceutical in a specific disease state has received an FDA indication then the term is used illegally.

This information is brought to you by the maker of Best Prostate(TM) Formula at http://www.bestprostate.com or http://www.bestprostateformula.com. We believe in your right to truth in advertising as defined by the National Advertising Division of the BBB.

Company Contact:

Scottie Jack, CEO

IMS Supplements, Inc.

http://www.imssupplements.com

http://www.compareprostateformulas.com

818-509-0612

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prostatepillreport.com is now brought to you by a company entitled MDHealthReports.com (web site registered 2/2010) www.mdhealthreports.com DBA Stigwood Research Institute. Sounds official doesn’t it. You may wish to click on the link to see all the credentials of the medical personnel and all the health reports they have published. MDHealthReports.com makes you think that they provide authentic doctor approved or endorsed health reports on numerous products. The truth is they provide one report that promotes the expensive product “Prostavar”. The website posts pictures and/or logos of Duke Medicine, and the “James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute” – John Hopkins Medicine as endorsements.

Best Prostate is manufactured in Torrance, California. The state-of-the-art facility in Torrance is one of the few facilities in the United States that carries GMP (good manmufacturing practices) certifications from both NSF International, NPA (Natural Products Association, formerly NNFA), as well as QAI (Quality Assurance International) organic certification.

Maybe MDhealthreports.com (Stigwood) can provide you with a photo of the facility in Torrance, CA.

The Offices of Best Prostate are in North Hollywood, CA. Personally the owners of Best Prostate did not see fit to spend resources on expensive offices in Beverly Hills, CA that would increase the price of our product for consumers.

The following photograph is from the facility in Torrance where Best Prostate is manufactured.

This is a machine used in putting product into capsules.


Be advised that the lab tests provided by MDHealthReports.com can not and do not infer either efficacy or safety. A laboratory measurement can only confirm the identity of a specific compound and the amount of it present in the sample being tested. MDHealthReports.com discusses the benefit of the mineral zinc but fails to discuss why zinc is in a supplement.

Best Prostate contains zinc due to the findings published by Leake A, et al. “The effect of zinc on the 5 alpha-reduction of testosterone by the hyperplastic human prostate gland.” J Steroid Biochem. Feb1984;2092:651-655.and Pavon Maganto E. “Zinc in prostatic physiopathology. I. Role of zinc in the physiology and biochemistry of the prostatic gland”. Arch Esp Urol. Mar1979;32(2):143-52. and the fact that scientists have known for decades that Zinc may play an important part in prostate health. Additional data on Zinc and Prostate Health has been completed by Irving Bush, M.D., senior consultant at the Center for Study of Genitourinary Diseases in West Dundee, Illinois, and former chairman of the Food and Drug Administration panels on gastroenterology, urology and dialysis. Dr. Irving Bush of the Chicago Medical School and researchers from Cook County Hospital studied over 5,000 patients and the effects of zinc on enlarged prostates. An additional study was conducted at the University of Edinburgh Medical School in Scotland where they discovered high doses of zinc inhibited the activity of the enzyme that converts testosterone to dihydrotestosterone in test tube prostate tissues.