There is a lot of hype about saw palmetto and prostate supplements that have the substance.
Mostly, that comes from companies that provide it and should be taken with a grain of salt. Even though there are numerous benefits to taking it in case you’ve prostate problems, it’s by no means the BPH “panacea” everyone helps it be out to be.
Look at this:
Just for fun, I occasionally read ads selling several saw palmetto remedies. And you know what is humorous about them?
In order to make themselves stand out from each other, they’re all telling consumers that unless they’ve “their” brand, they aren’t getting the right kind.
That you want an extract rather than a powder. Or that unless it’s been treated with an exclusive process, it has just about worthless. In some ways, I agree with this particular.
One study did show that nearly forty % of saw palmetto items (at time it was posted some years ago — things have likely changed) were useless and did nothing to help someone’s enlarged prostate Supplements (www.applegazette.com) prostate or perhaps prostatitis pain.
So should you avoid saw palmetto as well as prostate supplements altogether?