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DIM can be for Women and Men?  YOU BET!

First and foremost, what is DIM? 

DIM (DI-Indolyl Methane or diindolylmethane) is derived in the body from the phytonutrient Indole-3-Carbinol found in cruciferous vegetables including broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower and kale.  Its primary benefit is its ability to assist the body in metabolizing estrogen.  There are two pathways for estrogen to take form with the 2-hydrozy pathway being the good one.  DIM assists in the metabolism of estrogen in the 2-hydroxy pathway, thus allowing the body to metabolize estrogen quicker and keeping the levels more stable.  This becomes more of

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Posted by cborgers on August 25, 2016 | Categories: Featured Products, Men's health

What to Know About the Improved Formula of Maximum Prostate

So why did we change Maximum Prostate?  The short answer is we wanted to make our best product better.  The primary ingredients in Maximum Prostate that help thousands of men sleep through the night are all still there.  We just removed one tiny ingredient and added much more. Please read on if you want to learn what we did and why.


What hasn’t changed and never will:

Phytosterols: Maximum Prostate uses the strongest source of phytosterols,

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Posted by cborgers on April 29, 2016 | Categories: Maximum Prostate, Men's health, Prostate Health

Steps to Improve Prostate Health

My Mother used to tell us: “You are what you eat”. As it turns out, she was correct, if you add to this, “You are what you eat, do and drink”. So basically, a man’s lifestyle choices impact the health of their Prostate gland. Something’s you cannot change such as family history of Prostate problems, but many choices you make every day have an important positive impact on your Prostate health.

DIET: Starting with mom’s wise words, your diet has an impact on your prostates health, both

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Posted by Betsy on June 30, 2014 | Categories: Men's health, Prostate Health