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60x3 tablets 500mg $89 (canadian dollars)
60x6 tablets 500mg $168 (canadian dollars)
60x12 tablets 500mg $300 (canadian dollars)
 
Proguard Tablets

This product is available in tablets. Every bottle contains 60 tablets of 500 mg. progu.gif (3575 byte)

Here are some components written on the bottle for each tablet: extract of saw palmetto 160 mg, standardized for to contain 45% of fat acids (72 mg), Pygeum Africanum (with similar effects of Saw Palmetto) 50 mg with 2.5% of Betasitosterolo, Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) 120 mg, Green Tea Extract 110 mg with 50% of polifenoli and 30% of catechine, magnesium stereate 5 mg, Opt-zinc 10 mg, vitamin b6 50 mg.

Proguard is a good natural mix of component working against 5-alfa-reductase and ANTIANDROGEN. And it has a low price.

Please, read also Remox (hair regrowth product with minoxidil 12.5%, Retin-A ® (marchio registrato) 0.025% and hydrocortisone 0.01%), Revivogen, Hairloss (androgenetic alopecia) therapy and Top 5 hairloss treatments.

Proguard (tablet) is a complete natural product specifically developed to fight the effects of thinning hair (male / female-pattern baldness).  Its formulation is based on a great deal of scientific research which firmly establishes the link that many natural agents have on combating the effects of dihydrotestosterone (DHT) in the treatment of benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH).

It’s a natural alternative product or a good addition to Propecia, available low price.

Proguard (in tablet form) can also be used as a non-drug alternative of benign prostatic hypertrophy, the swelling of the prostate in middle-aged men.

The manufacturing house suggests to assume two capsules a day.

Proguard is not good for women in pregnancy, and for kids.

The product, in BASE of saw palmetto, has antiandrogen effects, similar to finasteride, in fact it can stop alpha-reductase of testosterone, the CITOSILIC receptor of DHT, as well as the estrogen citosilic receptor.

Proguard has been studied to stop hair loss and to provoke regrowth, annulling or decreasing possible collateral effects (even if in low percentage), in fact Propecia is without doubt the most effective.

A bottle of 60 capsules is enough for one month of tratment. I take one tablet of natural anti DHT a day added to one capsule of Propecia. Percentage of insuccessful is decreased.

Proguard (shampoo) is a complete natural product specifically developed to combat the effects of thinning hair (male/female pattern hair loss).   Proguard shampoo combines deep cleaning agents, Proactive’s protected formula and the most powerful natural anti-dht fatty acids agents available.   Proguard (shampoo) used daily stimulates and helps to restore the destructive effects of DHT on the hair follicle, and makes your weakened hair stronger and thicker.  

Proguard (nightly anti-dht Topical Activator Serum) combines Minoxidil with natural oils, fatty acids and herbals which penetrate the scalp and carry the active ingredients to the hair follicle where. These active ingredients are all potent inhibitors of 5-Alpha-Reductase and, by reducing DHT production, help to revitalize and to block the miniaturization of the hair follicle.

PROSTATE DISEASE

The prostate is a gland located beneath the urinary bladder in men.  It is responsible of the production of fluids involved in reproduction. When men urinate, the urine stored in the bladder travel through a conduit, called urethra, before it can exit out of penis. The urethra passes through the prostate after exiting the bladder. This is because the urethra is also responsible of the carriage of the reproductive fluids produced in the prostate. As a consequence of its location, an enlarged prostate can contribute to urinary flow obstruction as well as to bladder dysfunction by "squeezing" on the urethra. A symptom associated to an enlarged prostate is a frequent urination, increased urination at night, dribbling, a weak urinary stream, urgency, and incomplete emptying of the bladder. It can also result in the inability to urinate.

The medical term for an enlarged prostate, not related to cancer, is benign prostatic hypertrophy. This condition is thought, in part, from exposure to specific androgens, such as dihydrotestosterone.

Men after a certain age develop in this condition. Note that individuals born with a deficiency in 5 alpha-reductase, the enzyme that produces dihydrotestosterone, suffer neither hair loss nor prostatic disease. Individuals who lack this enzyme are unable to produce the more potent form of testosterone, dihydrotestosterone. Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is required for the development of both androgenic alopecia (male/female pattern hair loss) and prostatic disease.

Treatment

There are two basic treatment options for an enlarged prostate gland or benign prostatic hypertrophy. These include medical (drugs) and surgical therapy. When men with benign prostatic hypertrophy, a condition that many physicians believe to be caused by excess dihydrotestosterone, were treated with oral or systemic finasteride (the generic name Propecia and Proscar), their enlarged prostate glands became smaller. Unfortunately, this study also demonstrated that a small percentage of the patients (less than 6%) receiving this drug also suffered from sexually related side effects such as decreased sex drive and impotence. Surgical therapy can also lead to sexually related side effects.

Recently, medical literature has provided increased support for the use of naturally occurring nutrients that prevent the progressive enlargement of the prostate gland (BPH). Some of these nutrients have even been demonstrated to reduce the incidence of prostate cancer! These nutrients that combat the detrimental effects of DHT in the prostate can be utilized to combat the effects of DHT in hair loss. The following discussion outlines multiple DHT fighting agents. These agents are included in Patented Proguard formulas.

URTICA DIOICA (STINGING NETTLE)

Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) is another herb indigenous to the United States. In addition to prostate disease, this herb has been utilized in Germany for the treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis. This herb has been studied in combination with saw palmetto and pygeum africanum in the treatment of BPH. When used with saw palmetto, improvement with prostate related urinary problems was documented [1]. When combined with pygeum africanum, this herb was also demonstrated to prevent symptoms related to BPH. Researchers believe that this herb's mechanism of action affects the delivery of hormones to the prostate gland.

GREEN TEA EXTRACT

Green Tea extract is a bioflavonoid-rich potent extract which is effective in the treatment of 5 alpha-dihydrotestosterone-dependent abnormalities, such as benign prostate hyperplasia, prostate cancer and certain skin diseases.

VITAMIN B6

It has been shown in previous studies on Zinc that combined with b6, it was able to inhibit the conversion of testosterone to DHT in the skin.  

ZINC

Zinc is a necessary dietary mineral. Recent studies have shown that Zinc can inhibit DHT in the skin, leading to the reduction of oil and helping hair regrow.  

ESSENTIAL FATTY ACIDS – (shampoo and activator)

Proguard contains essential fatty acids found in plant oils and Minoxidal.  These acids have been individually shown to inhibit DHT, and are very effective in combating thinning hair (male-female pattern hair loss).    These acids gently remove DHT and buildup from the scalp skin.  They also protect and rejuvenate hair follicles.     

CONCLUSION

After these About natural agents that reduce the effects of DHT on the prostate,the conclusion is that  Proguard is a complete patent natural product specifically developed to combat the effects of   androgenic alopecia (i.e., male/female-pattern baldness).   Its product formulations are based on a great deal of medical research which firmly establishes that these natural agents can combat the effects of dihydrotestosterone (DHT) in the treatment of benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH).  Many studies have shown that DHT is responsible of male/female-pattern baldness and benign prostate enlargement, so Proguard will be useful for both conditions.   And, these natural agents produce virtually no side effects.  All the ingredients in the products have been scientifically tested and proven to reduce the effects of DHT and the conversion of testosterone to DHT which is the main cause of hair loss and benign prostate.

Proguard Activator Bottle  - 8 oz/237 ml 
Proguard hair system shampoo is a highly developed patented formulation that delivers the benefits of years of research specifically intended to combat the effects of male/female pattern hair loss and thinning hair. The product combines the most powerful natural agents available and is enriched with partnered Proguard serum complex. Using the shampoo daily, it helps to restore the damaging effects of DHT on the hair follicle, which contributes to the shortening of the growth phase and thinning of the hair. Proguard shampoo stimulates your weakened hair to promote stronger, thicker hair and provides protection from the devastating effects of DHT binding to the hair follicle; the main cause of male/female pattern hair loss.
 

 

 

Proguard Shampoo Bottle - 1 OZ 

Developed for men and women to help with thinning hair, Proguard Activator serum is a topical solution containing Proguard's patented ingredients. Using daily this product it can offset the effects of (DHT) that is known to cause male/female pattern hair loss.

 

 

 

 

Other similar products are: Bio-Organics Saw Palmetto Complex, Prostaguard, Hairgenesis Hair Revitalizing Formulation and Spencer Forrest Anti-Androgenic Hair Growth Complex.

Proguard is a treatment specifically developed to combat the effects of Androgenic Alopecia also known as male / female pattern hair loss. Its formualtion is based on a great deal of medical research which firmly establishes that the agents used in Proguard can combat the effects of Dihydrotesterone(DHT), which is known as one of the main causes of pattern hair loss in men and women.

Therefore, it is my medical opinion that it is reasonable to expect that Proguard will be an effective treatment to combat pattern hair loss in men and women.

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