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Product Information

  • Helps maintain proper urinary function
  • Helps support cardiovascular health
  • Promotes a healthy prostate
  • Promotes healthy cell function
  • Supports a healthy immune system
  • Supports male libido

 

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MPC®: Maximum Prostate Care

Over the years, a variety of nutraceuticals have been used to support prostate health. The use of herbs to promote prostate well being is increasingly popular in Europe with several successful clinical trials. The key to selecting a natural alternative to prostate care is to look for herbs and nutrients that work in concert together like saw palmetto, reishi, zinc and selenium. MPC Maximum Prostate Care combines nine potent herbs and two select nutrients that work synergistically to promote optimal prostate health. Each of these ingredients on their own, while valuable to your overall health, would not have a significant effect on your prostate. They need to be carefully selected and in just the right quantity to work collectively to benefit the prostate.*

In addition to having a significant effect on overall prostate health, studies have shown that selenium, one of the essential minerals in MPC Maximum Prostate Care, promotes overall prostate health. Other potent herbs and nutrients in MPC help to maintain blood pressure, promote healthy cholesterol levels, maintain healthy sperm count, support male libido, support a healthy immune system and promote healthy prostate cells. Market America has taken the time in creating MPC Maximum Prostate Care to ensure that the selected herbs and nutrients will maximize the health of the prostate and effectively optimize overall health.*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product(s) is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

With its unique formula of natural ingredients, MPC Maximum Prostate Care was created for the maximum health and protection of your prostate, necessary for maintaining overall health, sexual function and quality of life.

While other products utilize one or two natural ingredients, MPC Maximum Prostate Care’s proprietary blend of ingredients – zinc, selenium, saw Palmetto pygeum and others – work together to provide maximum benefits for not only your prostate, but areas of health related to optimum prostate function at a fraction of the cost of competitors’ products.

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88%

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Pros

  • Simple to take (6)
  • Produces results (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Daily use (4)
    • Men (4)
    • Older people (3)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Health conscious (5), Regular user (3)

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    5.0

    Amazng Product

    By John

    from Lancaster, PA

    SHOP CONSULTANT

    Comments about MPC Prostate MPC®: Maximum Prostate Care:

    I use this every morning. I maintain a healty sex life as a result of using MCP. I can tell when I've run out of the product and need to reorder. This is an amazing product.

     
    5.0

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    By Conrad ON

    from USA

    SHOP CONSULTANT

    Comments about MPC Prostate MPC®: Maximum Prostate Care:

    I have early onset prostate issues (30's). For me, I felt a fairly significant difference pretty quickly and would not be without this product.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    I take this every day!

    By DanT

    from USA

    SHOP CONSULTANT

    Comments about MPC Prostate MPC®: Maximum Prostate Care:

    Lets face it. We are not getting younger and all I hear about is prostate cancer. Many people my age (47) and older have been diagnosed with with this cancer. How do I rate this product? My wife is a Nurse practitioner, she liked everything she read that was in it. All I know is I will take one every day for the rest of my life if it will help reduce the risk of prostate cancer. And of course at the age of 40 we all need to have our prostate checked yearly! Man up guys, take your pill and get checked yearly.

    (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    So powerful benefit to ...

    By bunnarav

    from USA

    Comments about MPC Prostate MPC®: Maximum Prostate Care:

    So powerful benefit to help men's health. I think I nned it and lots of my friends need it too.

    (0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    I took maximum prostate to maintain good

    By Cliff

    from Norristown, Pa.

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    • Simple To Take

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    • Don't know what affect

    Best Uses

    • No pain

    Comments about MPC Prostate MPC®: Maximum Prostate Care:

    I don't know if it has any affect.

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    Ingredients

    Reishi
    Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum Karst), known as ling-zhi in China, is a variety of mushroom that grows almost exclusively on old plum trees and has been used in Chinese medicine for thousands of years. Reishi is rich in polysaccharide compounds, which are thought to help support the immune system. Taken orally it is used for promoting cardiovascular health, promoting healthy cell function and supporting a healthy immune system.

    Baikai Skullcap
    Baikai skullcap is also called scullcap/skullcap and is a member of the mint family. There are more than 100 related species of scullcap throughout North America, Europe and China. When taken orally, it can help promote relaxation and help maintain healthy blood pressure.  

    Dyer's Woad
    Dyer's woad (Isatis indigotica Fort) is a Chinese herb that promotes a healthy immune system.

    Saw Palmetto
    Saw palmetto (Serenoa repens) is the fruit of a small palm shrub native to the southeastern United States and was used by Native Americans to treat urinary tract illnesses. Its health-related properties are found in the oily compounds of its berries. It has been shown in recent studies to have a strong anti-estrogenic effect. It promotes the normal absorption of the male hormones, testosterone and dihydrotestosterone, into the prostate tissue.

    San-Qui Ginseng
    San-qui ginseng (Panax noyoginseng) is a variety of ginseng used in Chinese medicine to stem bleeding. It has a homeostatic or balancing effect on the body. Studies detail the herb's ability to promote normal blood coagulation time, support normal coronary blood flow and promote normal oxygen use by cardiac muscles, support the immune system and promote cellular health. Some evidence suggests that San-Qui Ginseng may promote healthy blood flow and normal blood pressure. It may also promote healthy cholesterol and triglyceride levels.

    Chrysanthemum
    Chrysanthemum (Dendranthema morifolium Tzvel) has traditionally been used in Chinese medicine to treat head discomfort, dizziness and vision. For health purposes the dried flower is used which contains bornol (an essential oil), chrysantheonon, and camphor. It is effective in helping to maintain a normal size prostate.

    Pygeum
    Pygeum (Pygeum africanum) is a tall African evergreen tree found in the central and southern mountains of Africa whose bark has been used for centuries to help maintain proper urinary function. It has three known compounds, Beta-sitosterol, Pentacyclic terpenes, and ferulic esters that promote a normal prostate.

    Rhabdosia
    Rhabdosia (Rhabdosia rubescens hara) is a Chinese herb used for centuries to promote healthy cell function. It contains the diterpeniods: ponicidon and oridonin, which may have an effect in promoting healthy prostate cells. Oridonin has shown to have apoptosis-inducing effects on cells.

    Licorice
    Licorice (Glycyrrhiza uralensis fisch) is a flavorful root that is a staple in Chinese herbal remedies used to support respiration and digestion. This potent herb is native to Europe, Asia and the Mediterranean and has been used in ancient medicine for a variety of conditions and ailments. Additionally it has been shown support the immune system's T-Cells. Studies have revealed that the herb is a phytoestostrogen.

    Selenium
    Selenium is an essential trace mineral with known antioxidant properties, when incorporated into an enzyme. The best dietary sources of selenium are from nuts, unprocessed grains and seafood. Selenium has been shown to support prostate health due to its free radical scavenging properties, DNA single-strand breaks, and p53 caspace-dependent and independent apoptosis. It has been shown to help maintain normal cell proliferation and support the immune response.

    Zinc
    Zinc is an important trace mineral found in every cell of the body. The best dietary sources of zinc are from seafood, meats, fish, poultry and eggs. It has been shown to promote digestive health and support healthy sperm quality. Zinc plays a part in testosterone physiology and the prostate has higher concentrations of the mineral than any other tissue. Zinc accumulation supports healthy prostate cells by promoting apoptosis. Studies have shown that adequate zinc levels in the body strongly correlate with a healthy prostate.

    Science

    • Adams, L, et al. Analysis of the interactions of botanical extract combinations against the viability of prostate cancer cell lines. Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 3(1): 117-124, 2006.
    • Al-Shukri, S., et al. Early urodynamic effects of the lipido-sterolic extract of Serenoa repens (Permixon(R)) in patients with lower urinary tract symptoms due to benign prostatic hyperplasia. Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Diseases. 3(3): 195-199, 2000.
    • Bonham, M., et al. Characterization of chemical constituents in Scutellaria baicalensis with antiandrogenic and growth-inhibitory activities toward prostate carcinoma. Clinical Cancer Research. 11(10): 3905-3914, 2005.
    • Breza, J., et al. Efficacy and acceptability of tadenan (Pygeum africanum extract) in the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH): a multicentre trial in central Europe. Current Medical Research and Opinion. 14(3): 127-139, 1998.
    • Chan, F., et al. Induction of apoptosis in prostate cancer cell lines by a flavonoid, baicalin. Cancer Letters. 160(2): 219-228, 2000.
    • Chan, P., et al. Protective effects of trilinolein extracted from Panax notoginseng against cardiovascular disease. Acta Pharmacologica Sinica. 23(12): 1157-1162, 2002.
    • Chatelain, C., et al. Comparison of once and twice daily dosage forms of Pygeum africanum extract in patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia: a randomized, double-blind study, with long-term open label extension. Urology. 54(3): 473-478, 1999.
    • Chatelain, C., et al. Comparison of once and twice daily dosage forms of Pygeum africanum extract in patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia: a randomized, double-blind study, with long-term open label extension. Urology. 54(3): 473-478, 1999.
    • Chen, S. In vitro mechanism of PC SPES. Urology. 58(2 Suppl 1): 28-35, 2001.
    • Chen, S., et al. Total saponins of Panax notoginseng protected rabbit iliac artery against balloon endothelial denudation injury. Acta Pharmacologica Sinica. 25(9): 1151-1156, 2004.
    • Choi, Y., et al. In vitro and in vivo experimental effect of Korean red ginseng on erection. Journal of Urology. 162(4): 1508-1511, 1999.
    • Costello, L. and Franklin, R. Novel role of zinc in the regulation of prostate citrate metabolism and its implications in prostate cancer. Prostate. 35(4): 285-296, 1998.
    • Dardenne, M. Zinc and the immune system. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 56 (Suppl 3): S20-S23, 2002.
    • Fair, W., et al. Cancer of the prostate: a nutritional disease? Urology. 50(6): 840-848, 1997.
    • Friedl, R., et al. Stimulation of nitric oxide synthesis by the aqueous extract of Panax ginseng root in RAW 264.7 cells. British Journal of Pharmacology. 134(8): 1663-1670, 2001.
    • Geliebter, J., et al. PC-SPES and prostate cancer. Journal of Nutrition. 131(1): 164S-166S, 2001.
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    • Ho, E., et al. Dietary zinc supplementation inhibits NFkappaB activation and protects against chemically induced diabetes in CD1 mice. 226(2): 103-111, 2001.
    • Kubota, T., et al. PC-SPES: a unique inhibitor of proliferation of prostate cancer cells in vitro and in vivo. Prostate. 42(3): 163-171, 2000.
    • Lukaski, H. Low dietary zinc decreases erythrocyte carbonic anhydrase activities and impairs cardiorespiratory function in men during exercise. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 81(5): 1045-1051, 2005.
    • MacKay, D. Nutrients and botanicals for erectile dysfunction: examining the evidence. Alternative Medicine Review. 9(1): 4-16, 2004.
    • Mathe, G., et al. A Pygeum africanum extract with so-called phyto-estrogenic action markedly reduces the volume of true and large prostatic hypertrophy. Biomedicine and Pharmacotherapy. 49(7-8): 341-343, 1995.
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    • Platz, E. and Helzisouer, K. Selenium, zinc, and prostate cancer. Epidemiologic Reviews. 23(1): 93-101, 2001.
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    FAQ

    What are the key ingredients of MPC Maximum Prostate Care?
    Reishi, Baikai Skullcap, Dyer's Wood, Saw Palmetto, San-Qui Ginseng, Chrysanthemum, Pygeum, Rhabdosia, Licorice, Selenium, Zinc, which have all been shown to be effective in promoting a healthy prostate.*

    What is BPH?
    BPH is benign prostatic hypertrophy, which is a slow, progressive, enlargement of the prostate that obstructs the urethra. Symptoms include frequent urination and difficulty with urination (hesitancy, decreased flow, intermittent stream and caliber of urinary stream.

    Is MPC Maximum Prostate Care for men only?
    Yes. While the ingredients in MPC are beneficial to everyone, MPC is especially designed for a man's body, particularly with maintaining a healthy prostate gland. Each herb and nutrient in MPC are helpful to a variety of health issues that may effect men and women, however, MPC was created for each of these ingredients to work synergistically to promote a healthy prostate.*

    How many men are affected by an enlarged prostate?
    In the United States, forty percent of the male population over the age of 40 suffers from an enlarged prostate gland. It is estimated that 50 percent of American men over the age of 40 are afflicted with an enlarged prostate gland. The figure nearly doubles to 80 percent for men who are over the age of 80.

    I was just diagnosed with prostate cancer. Can I take MPC Maximum Prostate Care?
    MPC is made of all natural herbs and select nutrients, designed specifically to support a healthy prostate. Because of the myriad of treatments associated with prostate cancer, you should consult your physician before taking MPC Maximum Prostate Care. MPC Maximum Prostate Care can be used to help maintain a healthy prostate. You should be sure to consult with your doctor to make sure that none of the ingredients will interfere with any medications.

    Is taking MPC Maximum Prostate Care all I need to do to maintain a healthy prostate?
    No. Dietary supplements, or even medications, alone are not the only way to promote a healthy prostate. A sensible diet, regular exercise, as well as avoiding cigarette smoking and excessive alcohol consumption, are elements of a healthy lifestyle that can contribute to healthy prostate maintenance.

    I think I might have an enlarged prostate, what should I do?
    You should see your doctor if any of the following symptoms appear: weak or interrupted flow of urine, frequent urination, (especially at night) difficulty with urination, pain or burning urination, blood in the urine, or a nagging pain in the back, hips or pelvis. These could all be signs of an enlarged prostate or the onset of prostate cancer and you should see your doctor immediately.

    Does MPC Maximum Prostate Care support male libido?
    Saw palmetto has been shown to promote male libido. While MPC is not specifically designed as a performance and libido supplement, the presence of saw palmetto may be able to support male libido. If you are interested in promoting sexual health, you may want to consider Prime Time Performance Formula for Men.*

    How does MPC Maximum Prostate Care work?
    MPC Maximum Prostate Care is composed of nine potent herbs and two select nutrients that when combined work together synergistically to promote a healthy prostate. Each ingredient alone is beneficial to promoting overall well being, but in order to promote the health of the prostate, they must be taken together in the right quantities.*

    Is MPC only for older men?
    No. MPC Maximum Prostate Care is designed for men of all ages. While poor prostate health is rare in younger men, young men should be concerned with proper prostate care. The ingredients in MPC would be beneficial for all men. Men should take care of their prostate when they are younger to help maintain prostate health in the future.

    Are there any contraindications or warning for MPC Maximum Prostate Care?
    Yes. For adult male use only. Seek advice from a physician prior to use if you suffer from a chronic condition or if you are taking medication.

    How do I take MPC Maximum Prostate Care?
    As a dietary supplement, take two tablets daily with plenty of water; best when taken 30 minutes before the morning meal.