Many products claim to work for a healthy prostate and that they are "100% natural". However, many products contain preservatives, hormones, and steroids that have been shown to harm a healthy prostate. There is no guarantee that an active ingredient is natural, and you can't trust any of the marketing claims made by the company you purchase the product from. It is best to buy products that are tested by the FDA and that have been well formulated. In the event that you are unsure, please consult your health care provider about your health.
We have provided several links to the different prostate care products that I have reviewed. When a product is labeled natural, there may be less of a negative impact on the prostate. The term natural is typically interpreted as meaning a chemical, a preservative, or an artificial source of a chemical, preservative, or hormones that was not created by the company. For example, some natural products contain calcium gluconate and sodium bicarbonate, but neither are used in the food production process. This is not a good way of thinking about the products, since there are many chemicals and preservatives in most natural products. The term natural is more of a concept that may be applied to products that contain an element of an element that was not made by the company, but it is a good starting point. One of the first things to do when buying a natural product is to read the ingredient list.