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Could zinc BOOST your performance… and ERASE your pee problems?

As if the bathroom problems weren’t EMBARRASSING enough with an enlarged prostate

You’ve ALSO got to make excuses for the bedroom problems you’ve been having.

Ever since you developed benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), your quality of life has been in the toilet.

But you DON’T have to accept pee problems… or give up on your sex life!

Fortunately, there’s one simple trick that could get your prostate health back on track.

All you may need to do is simply replace one nutrient that’s gone MISSING!

The root of your prostate woes

There’s no band-aid that you can put on an enlarged prostate to make it SHRINK back to its normal, healthy size.

But there’s a very common reason why BPH may have gotten you in its grip…

You might be deficient in a KEY nutrient!

It’s zinc – essential for supporting immunity, tissue growth, and central nervous system function.

But it turns out that this trace mineral also plays a CRUCIAL rule in your prostate.

In fact, a healthy prostate gland could contain as much as 15 TIMES more zinc than the other tissues in your body.

But if you’re an older guy whose stores of zinc have gone chronically MIA… you could be more likely to develop BPH.

You might already be in its clutches!

But fortunately, getting a little more zinc… either through supplements or diet… has been shown to REVERSE the condition.

For one, it can INHIBIT a hormone that’s responsible for your prostate’s uncontrolled growth (a.k.a. prolactin).

It also BALANCES your levels of “male hormones,” or androgens – specifically, testosterone and dihydrotestosterone (DHT).

Some guys who suffer from BPH have unusually high levels of DHT.

But by REINING IN the activity of an enzyme called 5-alpha reductase, zinc can help CONTROL the conversion of T into DHT.

You can find a multivitamin that contains zinc – now commonly added to men’s formulas.

You might be tempted to load up on supplements of zinc on its own… but because it’s a TRACE mineral, you only need a SMALL amount of it.

In this case, too much of a good thing could be counterproductive. More ISN’T always better.

To get plenty of zinc in your diet, go ahead and indulge in lamb, beef, duck, and shellfishespecially oysters.

Why not incorporate some of those zinc-rich foods in a romantic dinner for two… so you can celebrate your COMEBACK performance?