Major New Warning for Prostate Pills

Dear Turapür Today Reader,

Having an enlarged prostate can become a desperate situation fast.

You’re getting up all night to pee… and you end up standing in front of the toilet, struggling to get started.

And don’t even get me going on what it can do to your sex life!

But before you let your doctor reach for his prescription pad, there’s an urgent warning you need to hear.

Because one of the most popular prostate drugs around has just been linked to some very serious side effects.

And it may be better at wrecking your health than helping your prostate.

You can’t turn on the TV these days without seeing an ad for Avodart, a drug for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).

If Big Pharma could transmit those commercials right into older guys’ brains, they would.

But it looks like Avodart isn’t the lifesaver it’s been made out to be… in fact, it may be the exact opposite.

A new study out of the Boston University School of Medicine found that guys taking Avodart ended up with higher blood sugar and levels of “bad” cholesterol.

These results were after only three years — and docs want you taking Avodart for the rest of your life!

The next thing you know, you’re on diabetes meds and statins, too… all because of a drug that may only reduce your prostate size about 18% or so.

Thanks for nothing, right?

And this all makes total sense. You see, drugs like Avodart work to suppress levels of a hormone called DHT.

But DHT is also critical for the function of your liver, which influences blood sugar and cholesterol levels.

Of course, the mainstream is rallying around Avodart, claiming that the clinical trials didn’t show these kinds of risks.

Yeah, no kidding. That’s because our government approves drugs first and lets us suffer through the long-term effects later.

Let’s stop learning about these things the hard way — especially when supplements like saw palmetto and pygeum have both been proven to help with the symptoms of BPH.

And unlike with Avodart, you don’t have to worry whether you’re harming your health in the process.

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Regards,

Jack Taylor
Department of Research, Turapür Products