Do not take Prostaprin. That is Doctor's Associates Rx recommendation to me.
Be careful before you purchase and consume Prostaprin. They tell you the ingredients that are in the product, but do not tell you how much of the ingredient is in the product. This can be harmful as you may be taking too much of one or more of their ingredients. It appears to me that Doctor's Associates Rx is more interested in selling their product than with the health of their customers because they told me they will not reveal how much of each ingredient is in Prostaprin.
My specific concern with Prostaprin is the amount of zinc it contains. When I asked Doctor's Associates Rx how much zinc is in Prostaprin, they told me that the amount of zinc in Prostaprin is what makes their product different and unique from their competitors and they will not divulge the amount. Since I eat many food products that have zinc and take a multi-vitamin that has zinc I need to know that I will not be taking too much zinc with their product. The RDA for zinc is 11mg per day and anything over 40mg can be harmful. It would not be wise to take excess zinc as it suppresses copper and calcium absorption. Copper is necessary for hemoglobin formation in red blood cells, enzymes and collagen (connective tissue).
Their Customer Service (e-mailed) told me, “Since we do not have this information we recommend for you to not take the Prostaprin product while taking other products with like ingredients in the formulas.” I take this statement as is. They do not know (IE., we do not have this information) how much zinc is actually in Prostaprin. If you take any product with Lycopene, Selenium (as AAC) Copper (as copper glucontate), Zinc (as zinc oxide), Cranberry Extract, Green Tea Extract, Pygeum Africanum, Saw Palmentto, Beta-Sitosterol, Vitamin E, Vitamin D, Vitamin B6, or Vitamin B12, then it is Doctor's Associates Rx recommendation to not take Prostaprin.
When a manufacturer will not tell you the amount of their
ingredients and recommends that you not take their product if you are taking any
other product that contains any of the same ingredients, then I would not take
the product and would never recommend the product. I wonder if they
have only a trace amount of zinc.
I wonder if they have only a trace amount of zinc.
The return policy of Doctor's Associates Rx is ridiculous. After I returned the Prostaprin and received a refund, it cost me more than $65.00. They told me that they would not charge me a restocking fee, but they did charge me the fee.
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