The Prostate and ColostrumGood health obviously effects every part of the body, including the prostate. In her own sometimes inscrutable way, nature provides what the body needs, and in her first and foremost dietary supplement, colostrum, nature provides hundreds of healthful components in perfect balance to promote a synergistic effect. Synertek does not claim that colostrum prevents or treats any disease, only drugs can claim to do that, it is a federal law, but nature in the form of colostrum does provide all newborn mammals including humans with an elixir of healthful components vital to good health, and throughout decades of use by millions of people, as well as clinical research, colostrum has been shown to work for adults as well as the newborn. Colostrum comes to the mammary glands before milk. Colostrum for use as a supplement is harvested from dairy cows after the calves are given an amount adequate for their needs. Only colostrum harvested within about six hours post calving will provide maximum benefit. Highest quality colostrum harvested within six hours post calving can be ordered online at www.firstmilking.com or www.synertekcolostrum.com. Colostrum has no known side effects or contraindications with any medication. It has many benefits and there is nothing to lose by giving it a try.
Here is an interesting quote I picked up from Wikipedia, The United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF, 2012) does not recommend PSA screening, noting that the test may result in “overdiagnosis” and “overtreatment” because "most prostate cancer is asymptomatic for life," and treatments involve risks of complications including impotence (erectile dysfunction) and incontinence. The USPSTF concludes "the potential benefit does not outweigh the expected harms." Note: This was the 2012 opinion of the United States Preventive Services Task Force and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of Synertek.
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