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- A Dietary Supplement
- Containing Vitamins C & K
Dr. Jonathan Wright's ProsStay is a supplement containing high levels of vitamin C and vitamin K3 (menadione). Studies have shown that this combination in a ratio of 100:1 can help support prostate health.
Take 1-2 capsules with meals, or as otherwise recommended by your healthcare professional. Three capsules per day provide 2 g vitamin C and 20 mg vitamin K.
Rice flour, gelatin capsule, silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate.
Caution: Not for use by children or by pregnant or lactating women. Before using this formulation, be sure to consult a physician skilled and knowledgeable in nutritional medicine to help you determine your individual amounts of these nutrients. If you are taking a blood-thinning medication, such as warfarin, do not take any form of vitamin K, and do not make any changes in your use of supplements, without consulting a physician skilled and knowledgeable in nutritional medicine, as well as the physician prescribing the warfarin.
Store in a cool, dark, dry place. This product should be used within 2 years of purchase or within 1 year after opening.
Safety-sealed for your protection. Return for replacement if the outer seal is broken.
|Serving Size: 2 capsules|
|Servings Per Container: 90|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid)||1333 mg||2222%|
|Vitamin K3 (as Vitamin K3 menadione)||13 mg||16663%|
This looks like a very promising combination for various forms of cancer, however the fact that the vitamin C is in the form of ascorbic acid limits the amount that many will be able to tolerate. A buffered form of vitamin C would be better.