Minneapolis, MN – A combination men’s prostate bar manufactured by Food-Nutrition Inc., Toronto, Ontario, recently hit the internet market with SoyLife® (soy germ ingredient from Acatris USA, Inc., formerly Schouten USA, Inc.) as one of its main ingredients. The bar has a high profile celebrity golfer—Arnold Palmer—endorsing its use for men of various ages. And with nearly half of American men not being concerned about their prostatic health, this big time driver is needed.
While good prostatic health encompasses the prevention of prostate cancer, prostatitis, and benign prostatic hyperplasia, most men don’t even understand the basic symptoms of poor prostatic health. Warning signs indicating that something might be awry include: frequent urination (especially at night), inability to urinate, trouble starting urination or holding back urination, pain during ejaculation, a weak or interrupted urine flow, pain or burning during urination, blood in the semen or urine, difficulties with erections, or a pain or stiffness in the lower back, hips, or upper thighs. Research is beginning to show that nutritional supplements may play a role in promoting and maintaining a healthy prostate.
Rather than having to buy and consume a variety of dietary supplements, men are encouraged to consume the Pros-Tect Men’s Energy™ bar, which includes a combination of twenty ingredients—herbs, vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients—in one easy serving. Created by Dr. Jack Barkin, urologist and nutritional researcher for Food Nutrition Inc., the bar contains saw palmetto, pygeum africanum, lycopene, vitamin E, selenium, zinc, and soy isoflavones from SoyLife, as well as fourteen other nutrients. The equivalent delivery of nutrients in a Pros-Tect bar would require up to 20 tablets and capsules and cost upwards of $150 a month. In contrast, a one-month supply of Pros-Tect Men’s Energy™ bars would be $49.94—only one-third the cost. Each bar delivers 20 mg of soy isoflavones daily.
For more information, contact Walt Wilms, Food Sales Manager (USA) at 952-920-7700, firstname.lastname@example.org.