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​Lycopene: A Cure for Frequent Trips to the Bathroom Caused by BPH

From tomatoes and carrots to guavas and watermelons, Lycopene provides a source for eliminating BPH-related symptoms. Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, caused by non-cancerous growth of the prostate, creates a flurry of side effects, including frequency, urgency, straining and Nocturia. And men with frequency issues can experience the problem often because of prostate growth and weakening P.C. muscles. Men who take Lycopene gels or powders can reverse the side effects of BPH by strengthening their P.C. muscles thanks to the supplement.   
 

Solution Highlights

Solution #: 4095
Age Ideal For: 40+
Symptoms: Frequency Using the Restroom
Possible Causes: Excessive production of testosterone-derivatives and Protein Kinase C
Helpful For:

  • Adults over 40 years
  • Men who experience constant urges to use the restroom
Causes of Frequent Bathroom Breaks

Kinase C, a protein produced by the body, causes prostate inflammation, and while Pygeum can impede the production of this protein, so too can Lycopene. When Kinase C reaches a high enough level, the prostate continues to experience inflammation, couple this with prostate growth, and men see an immediate increase in the number of bathroom breaks. With inflammation and growth, the pelvic floor muscles experience a reduction in strength. The bladder muscles no longer retain urine, while urinary flow refuses to respond with the same vigor.  
 

Lycopene in Action: The Science Behind the Chemical

Similar to Pygeum, Lycopene too inhibits androgen receptors inside the prostate. By preventing these receptors, Lycopene can stop cells from growing, effectively minimizing prostate growth. Lycopene also contains lipid antioxidant properties that aid in prostate health. Other benefits of Lycopene include

  • Altering insulin-like growth factors inside of intercellular pathways of the prostate
  • Providing chemopreventive effectives inside the prostate
  • Inhibiting androgen receptors to stop modulation and cell growth


Taking Lycopene: Types, Tips and Dosages for Men

From pills to powders, Lycopene comes in several forms, each offering its own benefits. Whether you prefer pills over powders, the type of Lyocpene product you take can determine how effective it is for the treatment of frequency. For males making extra trips to the bathroom, Lyocpene pills and powders remain the ideal treatment option.
 
1. Soft Gels: Known for their high concentration per pill, soft gels offer a fast, easier method for consumption. More importantly, the higher concentration requires you to take fewer pills while maximizing the absorption of nutrients. Still, men should not take more than 50mg of Lycopene a day.
 
Recommended Dosage: 30 to 40mg a day
 
Advantages: Improved retention of nutrients. Provides vegan-friendly soft gels and offers a faster metabolism of nutrients. Ideal form of treatment for males with moderate frequency issues.
 
Disadvantages: Will require consistent usage for at least 8 weeks to notice results.
 
2.Tomato Powder: Containing Lycopene extracts, tomato powder, according to The Journal of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, includes “2 fold greater LYC [Lycopene extract] accumulation in tissues and serum from tomato powder-fed rats as compared to rats provided with the other highly bioavailable LYC sources.” Men can gather more nutritional extract from powder, but also acquire the added benefit of including powder inside of foods and drinks.
 
Recommended Recipe: Greek Stuffed Peppers (The Spicy House’s Recipe)
 
Peppers contain capsaicin, which inhibits prostate-specific antigens that grow the prostate. More importantly, peppers and spices improve the flow of urine while impeding prostate growth. For men with frequency issues, reducing prostate growth can quell added trips to the restroom.
 
Recipe

  1. 4 large bell peppers (red, yellow or both)
  2. 2 tablespoons of olive oil
  3. 3/4 pound of ground turkey
  4. 1 medium onion, diced
  5. 1 medium zucchini, diced
  6. 1 1/2 cups of chicken broth
  7. 2 ounces of orzo
  8. 2 teaspoons Sunny Greek Islands Salt-Free Greek Seasoning
  9. 2 tablespoon of Tomato Powder
  10. 4 ounces of feta cheese
  11. Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper

Advantages: Tomato powder contains a higher amount of beneficial nutrients per dosage, giving males a bigger boost of Lycopene. Males with severe issues of frequency can notice improved results over a few months. More importantly, powder mixes well into smoothies, juices and foods.
 
Disadvantages: Males might dislike the taste of tomato inside of their food or drinks.
 
If you’re tired of visiting the restroom multiple times a day, try including Lycopene into your diet

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