The Good, The Bad and the Ugly

WARNING: Don't fall for celebrity hosted infomercials and fake lab reports.

Our Mission Statement

Since its launch in 2007, the mission of has been 2 fold:

    1) to provide accurate information, so that consumers can intelligently compare prostate formulas.

Recently, we rebranded this site as "the good, the bad and the ugly" and have added a 3rd plank to our mission:

    3) to expose the highly pervasive "fake review site" scams and the criminal cartel behind them.

Prostate Wars

When "NHS Global Distributors, Inc" first began producing Prostate Miracle® in 2001, there were very few other companies, that produced prostate support formulas. Since that time, this comparison page has served as a quick reference for comparing the prostate support formulas made by a hand full of established companies. As new products have been introduced into the market place, we have done our best to quickly review them and update this page with HONEST info about how they compare to the other prostate support products.

In recent years and even months . . . the "prostate pill" landscape has changed dramatically. Now the market is flooded with "copy cat" products, "fake review sites" and fraud is rampant.

Our hearts goes out to the poor consumer, who is so often tricked and is understandably frustrated and confused, when trying to sort out the truth from all the hype and the scams. Now more than ever, it is vital to have the latest inside info, before making important decisions about your prostate health.

Keeping this site up to date used to be a simple task. Now it is a full time job. We hope you will find value in our efforts.


Fake Prostate Pill Review Sites

Almost everyday, we receive inquiries as to why Prostate Miracle® is NOT listed on any of the various "prostate pill review sites" being promoted online. The reason is that virtually ALL of them are FRAUDULENT and FAKE. These "fake review sites" rate their own product number one, while hiding their ownership interest in both the review site and the products they promote. Naturally, they don't want anyone to know that they have a financial interest in the product they rate number one.

Obviously these rating/review sites are NOT impartial, as they would have you believe. Trust me, when I say with great conviction, that they have NOT performed ANY of the product testing they claim to have done, for if they had, they would have spent a small fortune.

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Also I know for a fact that at least one of these "fake review sites" can be bought. We were offered a high rating on one of these "fake review sites" . . . for a fee. We have however, chosen to expose these frauds, rather than participate in them.

We have done our best to "out" these scammers, as we learn of them, but I must say, it has been a daunting task, and has become even more time consuming, since a crime family, who we refer to as the "gang of fraudsters", began spamming the search engines with dozens of new "fake review sites", promoting their dozens of new products.

We dedicate considerable time to policing the internet in search of their latest "fake review site". It takes even more time to research, write and post articles about each new scam. And its sometimes frustrating because, just as we expose one, a brand new with a slightly different name, is roll out and the "wash and rince" cycle continues.

We highly recommend that anyone in the market for a prostate formula, spend considerable time reading through all our "fake review site" posts , because this scam is so PERVASIVE, you simply MUST know about it or else you will likely be victimized by it.

If you are short of time, then you should at least study the summary table below, which lists the "fake review sites" and the products they sell.

If you have more time, you may want to click here to learn more details about the "Gang of Fraudsters"

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - Ratings

Not to be hypocritical, we want to clearly disclose that this site is NOT unbiased. In fact, is sponsored by Prostate Miracle® Advanced Formula.

So unlike the many fake review sites, that hide their ownership interest in the product they rate number one, we are making a full disclosure of our financial interest in Prostate Miracle® Advanced Formula, the product we rate number one. So in other words we are bragging about our product . . . tooting our own horn, so to speak . . . but unlike the others, we openly admit it.

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Clint Eastwood once starred in a movie called "The Good, The Bad and the Ugly" and we thought it would be funny to borrow the branding of our website from that movie. The down side to that, is that rather than having the top category named "Excellent" (as one might think it should be), it is named "Good" instead. Please don't think for a minute that our "Good" category stands for anything less than the best prostate formula available.

Here is the way we categorized the products we rate:

Because, we believe that Prostate Miracle® Advanced Formula is the best prostate formula available (far superior to any of the others), we put it in the "Good" category all by itself.

The products that we put in "the bad" category are not necessarily terrible, but because they pale in comparison to Prostate Miracle® Advanced Formula, they had to be in the category below "The Good", which is "The Bad".

The products that we put in "The Ugly" category, really are products that you should avoid like the plague. Every product that is rated #1 on ANY "fake review site", automatically gets listed in "The Ugly" category. Furthermore, any product that has ever infringed on the Prostate Miracle® trademark, by advertising using our trademark, automatically gets put into this category as well.

Is it unfair to place all of these unethical products on the "The Ugly" list? We do not think so. Admittedly, we do have an axe to grind. We clearly want to minimize the financial harm we continue to suffer at the hands of these bad actors, but moreover, we have not found even one exception of any of these "Ugly" products deserving to be placed in any category other than "Ugly", strictly based on the quality of their product.

In addition to our admitted "self-interest" agenda, we are committed to "outing" these bad actors, for the sake of the unknowing public, who continues to be tricked into buying crappy products. We hear about this happening almost everyday. We get calls from customers, who tell us they got duped into buying one of the "ugly" products, only to find that it did not work. And then after trying Prostate Miracle® Advanced formula, and experiencing positive results, become Prostate Miracle® Advanced Formula customers for life.

The bottom line is that these "Ugly" products are not only causing causing financial harm to our company, but also to countless consumers and are also giving a bad name to the entire natural health industry. They must be stopped!

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The Ugly

By far, the Ugliest of the Ugly are the following products: (all fraudulently promoted by the notorious "gang of fraudsters")

Proaxil, Prostara, Prostalieve, ProstaRelief, ProstaLeaf, Preferred Prostate Plus, Prost8plus, Prostavol, Prostavox, Prostacet, ViProsta, BetaFlo, EverlastingP and Prostarex.

You should avoid ANY product (like the plague) promoted through the "gang of fraudsters" vast network of "fake review sites" which include:

BuyerReview, ConsumeReview, M2naturals, Lawrence Supplements, Altern Marketing, HealthZoneReviews, Prostate Health Center, Prostate Health Reviews, Prostate Pill Reviews, Prostate Supplement Guide, Prostate Pill Guide, Consumer Value Reports, Consumer-Health-Digest, Med Health Digest, Men's Health Wire, Male Research, The Nutrient List, Vitamin Sales Online, Prostate Health Supplements, Prostate Formula Buyers Guide, Prostate Health Buyers Guide, HerbalistReport, Prostate Debate, Prostate Product Review, Prostate Reviews, Prostate Pills Overview, ConsumersGuides, Ask Men Answers Prostate Report and Esupplements


Fake Review site: Approved Science, Prostate Report

Product they rate #1: Prostarex

Warning: This product is sold by the "Gang of Fraudsters"

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Prostarex-scam Update: August 6, 2021

These long-time scammers are at it again!

We just noticed today that they are once again promoting their "fake review" sites using our trademark (Prostate Miracle) as a search term on google.

  • We've exposed their old "fake review" site ( before (see our posts below)
  • Now they have added a new "fake review" site (Approved Science) to their arsenal of scam tools.
  • And on top of that, they are now teamed up with HealthLineDaily (one of the most notorious scammers in the prostate space ever!)
  • All three of these fake review sites rank Prostarex number one.
    • They have changed their label and now claim to have some special ingredients that set themselves above all the rest.
    • Considering their history of absurd claims (see our previous posts below), why would anyone believe anything they say or claim?
      • I don't know about out you, but I believe: once a scammer . . . always a scammer.

    Buyer beware of this scam!

Update: April 25, 2017

We knew it was only a matter of time before the "Gang of Fraudsters" would "roll out" their newest "fake review site" and associated new product to rate #1. Today, was that day. Both Prostate Report and Prostarex, (which we never heard of prior to today), suddenly debuted together on the very same day.

Like all of their other scams, this pair of scam sites hides their common ownership. In fact Prostate Report and Prostarex both hide their identity through the the EXACT same privacy server.

What are the odds that these two supposedly unrelated sites debuted on the exact same day and both hide their identity through the exact same privacy server? I don't know about you . . . but I do not believe in coincidences!

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Unlike all of their older "fake review sites", which have included only their own products, this new "fake review site", includes most of the other prostate pill formulas out there, (with the exception, of course of Prostate Miracle® Advanced Formula). I suppose this wider inclusion, is their attempt to earn some credibility, by distinguishing themselves from all of their older "fake review sites", which we have "outed" as scams, for only including their own products (among many other reasons).

However, even their attempt to be more inclusive is obviously gamed to their advantage, as they have adapted a three tier rating system.

  1. As you would expect, their newest product Prostarex gets the highest rating (#1).
  2. ALL of their other products, get high ratings too, but just below that of Prosarex.
  3. ALL of the other products (which are not theirs) get significantly lower ratings (well below those of their products).

If you've read any of our other reviews, where we expose the many other "fake "review sites", perpetrated by the "Gang of Fraudsters" then you've already heard all of this before, but for the sake of completeness, here is some of the dribble they espouse on this newest "fake review site" of theirs.

To help you choose, we did the research on hundreds of products. We then identified the Top 10 and put them under our microscope to ascertain superiority and performance. We understand how difficult this condition can be to manage, so, of course, you want the very best supplement to help you reduce severity and duration of associated symptoms. Our research is based on the following criteria:
  • Formula Ingredients
  • Performance
  • How Fast Does it Work?
  • Product Safety
  • Customer Feedback & Reviews
  • Customer Service
  • Ingredient Strength and Quality
  • Guarantee Policy
  • Price Comparison

Rather then repeat what we have written many times before, let me just pose two questions:

  1. Would any third party, with no financial motivation, really invest the time and money to conduct all the research, these scammers claim to have done?
  2. How in the world would some 3rd party have access to all the info they claimed to have analyzed?

I think you get the point . . . This a total scam!

Ohh . . . and just for laughs, look at what they say is the only disadvantage of Prostarex.

the only downside being that it would appear this product sells out fast. So don't wait. If you feel that this is something you can benefit from, you should place an order sooner rather than later.

The fact that this "fake review site"is a scam, should be enough to dissuade ANYONE from buying the product they promote, but just for kicks, lets take a closer look at the product they rate #1 Prostarex:

This is what they say on the Prostarex website:

Prostarex uses a scientifically formulated combination of the most effective and extensively researched ingredients known to support and maintain good prostate health. Every ingredient was selected by a team of doctors and scientific researchers based on clinical data and designed to get results more effectively than any other prostate supplement available.

Containing a unique blend of scientifically proven ingredients, Prostarex provides a multi-action support system for prostate health by addressing prostate, urinary and sexual health elements.

This total care prostate formula, provides the 4 essential elements of success - Support, Maintain, Strengthen and Prevent, nourishing the prostate in a way that ensures optimal prostate health.

In terms of quality and purity of ingredients, there is nothing else on the market that comes close to Prostarex.

What a bunch of B.S.

  • This product is a poster child for "window dressing" (one of our "pet peaves", commonly used in our industry).

    • meaning their label tries to impress with a long list of ingredients
    • however, the amount of each of these ingredients is miniscule, certainly way below the therapeutic dose (if there is one at all)

  • Prostarex comes in a gelatin capsule and contains magnesium stearate (which should be avoided).
  • Prostarex is very expensive . . . one bottle sells for $59.95
  • Buyer Beware Of This OBVIOUS Scam

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Fake Review site: Prostate Health Center, My Prostate Health Center

Product they rate #1: Proaxil

Warning: This product is sold by the "Gang of Fraudsters"

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Update: May 5, 2019


Now these scammers are advertising their fake review site using the name My Prostate Health Center
. . . same fraudulent company, same bogus product they rate #1 . . . Proxil

They make the following absurd statements:

Why we like it . . .
Includes Amino Acids, Minerals, and other ingredients to strengthen the bladder

The truth is there is no evidence that amino acids and minerals strengthen the bladder . . .
And besides the BPH is a prostate problem (NOT a bladder problem).

Downside . . .
Sells out fast

What a joke

Update: Feburary 5, 2019

I see these serial scammers are now making a trademark claim for their "Fake Review Site" which they calll Prostate Health Center.

They are still fraudulently rating their own product Proaxil #1.

As of today's date, I was unable to find a listing for either of their claimed marks (when searching on the website)

My guess is they have not filed with USPTO for either of those marks because if they had, anyone could see that the same company owns both marks, which would obviously expose their scam.

They even have they audacity to affix the caption "Research, Science & Reviews" to their mark (What a joke!)

On their product description they say:

The Downsisde
  • Sells out Fast
  • I guess thats supposed to be funny, but would have been better if they said the truth:

    The Downsisde
  • Sold by a company with a mile long history of fraud

    Update: June 15, 2018

    I just noticed that these serial scammers have begun a new marketing approach.

    For quite some time, they lied about having tested the prostate supplements they rate. Finally (after having been outed by us) they have stopped making this false claim. Instead they are now claiming that because they are "dedicated to bringing you the latest prostate research", they have issued their "Editors Choice Award" which is based on: Performance, Speed of Results, Quality of Ingredients, Product Safety, Customer Service, Customer Feedback, Reorder Rate and Success Rate.

    The obvious question is: How do they know any of this?

    The obvious answer is: They don't.

    It's worth noting that they have an asterisk which says "The views and opinions expressed in the page are strictly those of the Editor"

    So, in other words . . . their ratings are NOT based on any test results (or REAL research), but are supposedly based on propriety information, which they could not possibly be privy to.

    More importantly, they do not disclose the financial interest they have in the products which they give favorable ratings to.

    Update: May 5, 2017

    These serial scammers have just launched the following ad campaign (using the Prostate Miracle® trademark as a search term) ALL based on lies.

    Prostate Pill Reviews
    • They claim their staff of independent experts have tested 32 Prostate Supplement Brands.
      • hmmmm . . . doesn't that raise eyebrows?
        • Thats the exact number of products supposedly tested by ConsumeReview   (one of their many other "fake review sites")
        • They likely copied over the ad text from ConsumeReview  to Prostate Health Center,  but forgot to change the number
    • It is obviously very challanging for them to manage ther web of deciet
      • So many "fake review sites"
      • So many lies
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    Update: June 18, 2016

    Today, we discovered a brand new "fake review site" called Prostate Health Center. The product this fake site rates #1 is Proaxil. A quick whois search reveals this to be yet another obvious scam. Like all the other similar scams, both their "fake review site" and their product site, hide their identity behind a privacy proxy (the EXACT same one).

    How do we know this "fake review site" is run by the notorius "Gang of Fraudsters"?

    The products they rank are the EXACT same ones promoted by the "Gang of Fraudsters" (Prostacet, Prostanol, Prostate Relief etc).

    Their promotion began immediately after we outed the BuyerReview scam forcing them to take it down.

    Their M.O.'s are identical.

    They make absurd claim to have "evaluated scores of prostate treatment options, from over-the-counter to all natural products. We listed them here in order of superiority and based our research on the following criteria":

    Speed of Results
    Quality of Ingredients
    Product Safety
    Customer Service
    Customer Feedback
    Reorder Rate
    Return Policy
    Success Rate

    Does anyone really believe that they spent millions to conduct such clinical research?

    Even if they did (trust me, they did NOT) . . . How in the world would they have access to all of the info they claim to have evaluated?

    Of course this kind of deception is unethical and consistent with a company that hides its identity and makes bogus unfounded statements about their product and the scientifically tests it has supposedly undergone.

    I have said it a thousand times, but it bears repeating in the hopes of warning any potential victim of this kind of scam . . . DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES BUY ANYTHING FROM AN ONLINE SITE THAT HIDES THEIR IDENTITY. There just is no reason for a legitimate company to hide their identity. The reason THEY do it is to hide the FACT that the review site is owned by the same company that promotes the product they rate #1. (and are obviously not an unbiased review site as they represent themselves to be).

    For the sake of completeness, let's take a quick look at their product.

    What does it contain? Who knows they hide their formula behind a "proprietary blend" which means . . . it is not disclosed

    Their label does list "Other Ingredients" which include FRAGRANCE. That is right, they include something (who knows what) to make it smell nice. . . ARE THEY SERIOUS?

    Oh and I almost forgot to mention, Proaxil sells for a whopping $49.99/bottle, which is a lot to pay for a bogus product made by an unethical scam company.

    Buyer Beware Of This OBVIOUS Scam

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    Fake Review site: Consumer Supplements, HealthZoneReviews, Vitamin Sales Online, The Nutrient List, M2naturals

    Product they rate #1: Prostalieve

    Warning: This product is sold by the "Gang of Fraudsters"

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    Update: June 19, 2017

    Today, we discovered these chronic scammers have just launched a brand new "fake review site" called Consumer Supplements, of course still promoting their product Prostalieve. Like all of their other scams, they hide the identiity of both their "fake review site" and the site for the product they rate #1 (Prostalieve) behind the exact same privacy server. They even listed Prostate Miracle® Advanced Formula without our permission AND posted false misleading information.

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    Update: July 12, 2016

    It's only been 2 weeks since we "outed" the "Gang of Fraudsters" for their most recent "fake review site" VitaminSalesOnline, which promotes their product Prostalieve.

    Today, we discovered they have a brand new "fake review site" called Health Zone Reviews, of course still promoting their product Prostalieve. And of course, as has been their consistent pattern, once exposed, they take down their "outed site" and "roll out" their newest "fake review site" to replace it.

    Update: June 28, 2016

    It's only been 10 days since we "outed" the "Gang of Fraudsters" for their most recent "fake review site" the Nutrient List, which promotes their product Prostalieve.

    Today, we discovered they have a brand new "fake review site" called Vitamin Sales Online, of course still promoting their product Prostalieve.

    Once on VitaminSalesOnline, visitors get redirected to the BuyersReview "fake review site", which we have "outed" many times before as being the main portal for the notorious "Gang of Fraudsters" crime family.

    And of course, as has been their consistent pattern, once exposed, they take down their "outed site" and launch a new "fake review site" to replace it.

    Update: June 18, 2016

    Today we discovered the newest "Gang of Fraudsters" "fake review site". called the Nutrient List. The product this fake site rates #1 is Prosalieve (made by M2naturals).

    Consistent with the repeating pattern:
    • We discover them.
    • We expose them for the fraudsters they are.
    • They cease their fraudulent advertising campaign.
    • They immediately launch a brand new campaign
      (with a new fake review site and a new bogus product).
    • This has occurred dozens of time over and over and over again.

    The principals of this "Gang of Fraudsters" are the most unethical, most persistent, hucksters, I have every seen in my entire life!

    I have said it a thousand times, but it bears repeating in the hopes of warning any potential victim of this kind of scam . . . DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES BUY ANYTHING FROM AN ONLINE SITE THAT HIDES THEIR IDENTITY. There just is no reason for a legitimate company to hide their identity. The reason THEY do it is to hide the FACT that the review site is owned by the same company that promotes the product they rate #1. (and are obviously not an unbiased review site as they represent themselves to be).

    We decided to not even waste our time reviewing their new product, Their long history of fraud should be enough to dissuade anyone from buying ANY product being sold by the "Gang of Fraudsters".

    Please indulge me with the following personal observation that I would like to share:
    In my life, I have personally observed that fraudsters are (without exception) greedy, which is ALWAYS the root of their downfall.

    They are always compelled to rob one last bank, pull one last heist, or con one last person. They just can't seem to help themselves.

    I'm an honest person, but if I ever crossed over to the dark side, I imagine that I would be happy to succeed at just one fraud, not wanting to get caught, I would not want to tempt fate . . . however, it seems that REAL fraudsters, are NEVER satisfied with one successful scam, rather they thrive on repeating their scams countless times till they eventually get caught.

    If ever there was a classic example of such pathological, self destructive behavior . . . this "Gang of Fraudsters" is the poster child. They have been caught . . . they have been criminally indicted, yet they just can't seem to leave the dark side.

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    Fake Review site: Consumereview, Buyer Review, Prostate Health Reviews

    Product they rate #1: ProstaRelief

    Warning: This product is sold by the "Gang of Fraudsters"

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    Update: August 5, 2019

    These hucksters have just released a new label for their bougs product, which toutes their "excellent reputation", WHAT A JOKE. They only reputation they have is for being notorious scammers.

    Update: May 5, 2017

    These serial scammers have just launched the following ad campaign (using the Prostate Miracle® trademark as a search term) ALL based on lies.


    WOW . . . they have the audacity to warn of Prostate Supplement Scams.
    Talk about the fox guarding the henhouse!

    • They claim their staff of independent experts have tested many prostate supplements.
      • is it 32? or 50? . . . like all liars, they can't keep seem to keep their own lies straight.
      • Regardless of the number of products they supposedly tested . . .
        • Its all a BIG lie.
        • They are NOT staffed with ANY experts and they have NOT tested ANY brands.
    • They claim to "uncover the truth" . . .
      • but how can they uncover the truth? . . .
        • when THEY are the ones with a LONG history of LIES and FRAUDS.
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    Update: May 28, 2016

    Today, we noticed a brand new "fake review site" called Consumereview and the product they rate#1 is none other than ProstaRelief , the same product that was being rated#1 on Buyer Review, which has suddenly disappeared, after we "outed" them and exposed their long history of fraud.

    I don't know about you, but I don't believe in coincidences!

    • They have the AUDACITY to advertise with this headline:
      Prostate Supplement Scam -We tested 32 Prostate Supplements

      • If they actually did spend $50,000 (our estimate) to test 32 products, why not publish the actual lab results?

    • They make the absurd claim, that they reached out to customers, who bought the products they supposedly tested, in order to interview them regarding their level of satisfaction.
      • How did they find out who these customers were?
      • How were they able to contact them?
      • What about the details of this study they supposedly conducted?
        • What were the actual satisfaction scores of each product?
        • How many scores were used in this study?
        • What was their methodology for their analysis?
        • A legitimate test of this kind, is very expensive to conduct.
        • Even if they had the contact info for these customers (they didn't),
          are we to believe that their conclusions have any statistical significance?

    • We have said this MANY TIMES BEFORE . . . No legitimate company hides their site Identity behind a privacy server, but scammers, (like these) ALWAYS DO.

    Update: March 20, 2016

    Today we received revelations (from a source that wants to remain anonymous) who the actual principals of the "gang of fraudsters" are

    Update: November 9, 2015

    Prostate Health Reviews is their latest "fake prostate pill report" to have just surfaced. Like all of their others, the cornerstone to their marketing campaign is to infringe on our trademark and try to mislead the public into believing, that they are an impartial review site. The product they rate #1 is ProstaRelief.

    Like all their other frauds, this fake review site hides behind a privacy proxy. We have issued this warning so many times, but it needs to be said again. PLEASE DON'T TRUST ANY SITE THAT HIDES THEIR IDENTITY. Every prospective customer should ask themselves: Why/What are they Hiding?

    In this case it must be because they don't want you to know their review site is owned by the same company that owns the product they rate #1.

    Although the ProstatRelief site does not hide it's corporate identity (Cellusyn Labs LLC out of Provo, Utah), it is rather suspicious that both their fake review site and the ProstataRelief site use the exact same domain name registrar. Their previous scam (Prostate Health Supplements-the fake review site that ranked Prostavox number one), originated out of Provo, Utah as well. We outed that company for having an "F" rating with the BBB and we exposed the tons of negative feedback and complaints regarding their unethical business dealings, posted on every corner of the internet.

    Is it a coincidence that now out of the blue (just as Prostate Health Supplements has disappeared) that this new "fake review site", which suddenly appears in its place, uses the same registrar; and the product they rate number one is also based out of Provo, Utah as well?

    I don't know about you, but I do not believe in coincidences, particularly with the very long trail of fraud this company has. There is no doubt in my mind that this scam is perpetuated by the same fraudsters, who were involved in the other scam out of Provo, Utah. Of course this Utah company must be brand new, cause it has no BBB rating at all, which is obviously far better than an F rating that the older Utah company had. Naturally, It would make sense for them to establish a new company for their newest scam.

    I also find it rather strange that the product site has no mention what-so-ever of how much of each ingredient it contains, yet their "fake review site" cites chapter and verse about the supplement facts. How would they know unless they are the same owners?

    We won't even bother reviewing their product, cause their company history of fraud should be enough to dissuade anyone from buying anything from them.

    Buyer beware: No other scammers that I have ever seen have been so consistently unethical, dishonest and persistent fraudsters. NOT EVEN CLOSE!

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    Fake Review site: Total Health Reports, Med Health Digest, Mens Health Wire, Prostate Pill Reviews, Prostate Health Reviews, Prostate Health Supplements, Prostate Supplement Guide, Consumer Health Digest, Consumer Value Reports, Esupplements

    Product they rate #1: Prostara, Prostacet, Prostavol, Prostavox, EverlastingP

    Warning: This product is sold by the "Gang of Fraudsters"

    Consumer Health Digest
    Prostate Pill Reviews
    Mens Health Wire


    Prostate 3x   Proostara   Prostacet   Prostavox

    Update: September 2, 2020

    Today we noticed Prostara is being promoted on a new "fake review site" called Total Health Reports, which is a scam just like all the other "fake review sites" out there, pretending to be an impartial 3rd party. Of course they do not disclose their financial interest in the product, which they give the highest rating to (Their's of course).

    The product itself Prostara is a bogus product made by one of the most persistent unethical fraudsters in the prostate pill space. They have the longest going scam, with more bogus products than any other and have ripped off countless unsuspecting customers, DO NOT BE VICTIMIZED BY THEM.

    Update: November 12, 2019

    Today, we noticed that the serial scammers, who promote Prostavol are now advertising their "All New" formula using "Prostate Miracle" as a search term. I did not notice how their new product is any different from their original. But one thing surely has not changed . . . These scammers have a LONG history of fraud (see archives below). They actually copied our label supplement facts verbatim, and then (after we outed them for this), changed it to a new formula/label.


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    Update: November 27, 2018

    Today we were asked by a customer about a brand new prostate product called Tera Herbs Super Prostate 3X

    We had not previously heard of this product, but a quick google search pulled up the notorious Consumer Health Digest

    I knew for sure that it was a scam but was so curious as to what bizarr claim will they make this time.

    They must have been forced to make this disclaimor which is actually true

    it contains unique ingredients not found in many other natural prostate treatments. However, there are not sufficient studies to prove that the ingredients added to the Super Prostate 3X are truly effective.

    Do NOT buy this scam productmade promoted in their own "fake review" site


    Update: November 17, 2017

    Today we recived the following email:


    I read your Fake Prostate Review scam page..

    You are missing a bit of information on one of the biggest fraudsters...

    They are notorious for parking their misleading ads on trademarked products. They have a bevy of "writers" that use templates to swing the "impartial" reviews in their favor. They have a complicated schematic that uses both PPC and SEO marketing that baits and switches the customers all pretending to be separate and distinct review sites but all owned by the brothers out of New Jersey,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, are all part of one big fake scam review site conglomerate...

    They use servers in India to circumvent the DMCA regulations in place here in the USA. They state it is their "affiliates" which is totally untrue as it is their partners in Century Soft.

    They had an issue with a blogger from a beautiful whim - she really did have nothing good to say about the brothers

    They use a fake representative Craig Schwartz for their Cease and Desist letters

    You can make the connection through their press releases on

    They are also "owners" of

    Just thought you might want a little more information.

    Update: May 9, 2017

    As was anticipated, these scammers have just launced their newest "fake review Site", and as expected, they are still promoting the "usual suspects" . . . Prostavox, Everlasting P and ProstaRelief. ALL well known scam products sold by the utah branch of the notorious "gang of fraudsters".


    Update: May 5, 2017

    These serial scammers have just launched the following ad campaign (using the Prostate Miracle® trademark as a search term) ALL based on lies.

    Prostate Pill Reviews

    WOW! . . . talk about the pot calling the kettle black!

    • They claim their staff of independent experts have tested 78 brands . . .
      • That's a BIG lie. They are NOT staffed with ANY experts and they have NOT tested ANY brands.
    • They warn to be avoid online scams . . .
      • but they are the BIGGEST scammers in the history of the internet.
    • They warn "Buyer Beware of common Supplement Frauds and Scams". . .
      • THEY are the ones you should BEWARE of . . .
      • THEY are the ones with a LONG history of Supplement Frauds and Scams.
    • They say "You wil be shocked at what we found" . . .
      • The BIGGEST SHOCK is the depth and scope of THEIR lies and scams.

    Update: March 19, 2016

    MedHealthDigest is a brand new fake site, which we just discovered today. A whois lookup reveals that it is registered in India, a rogue country that does not comply with FDA regulations, does not honor DMCA take down requests and has no respect for intellectual property rights what-so-ever.

    The product they rate #1 is Prostara. A whois lookup for the Prostara website reveals that it's ownership is hidden behind a privacy proxy. Their website indicates that Prostata is distributed by Himex Biotech, but there is no address nor website for this distributor, which seems quite suspicious.

    Google search results for Himex Biotech, point to ConsumerHealthDigest which is another notoriously fraudulent "fake review site" (also registered in India), which also promotes Prostara.

    A quick look at the supplement facts from the Prostara label shows that it only contains 50mg of beta sitosterol (not nearly enough to do any good) and that is soy based. A bottle sells for $44.95, which is outrageously high, particularly for a product being distributed via a fraudulent scam, that will not likely provide any of the prostate support you are seeking.

    We already "outed" ConsumerHealthDigest once before and also got Google to force down their advertisement, which was in violation of Google advertising policy and also infringed on the Prostate Miracle® trademark and copyrights. It is apparent that both the MedHealthDigest and ConsumerHealthDigest "fake review sites" are run by the same person or persons, considering both are registered and hosted in India, both have similar names, both rate the same product #1 and both are written with the same very poor "broken" English.

    You would be wise to stay clear of Prostara and this obvious scam.

    Update: October 3, 2015

    We just noticed that this notorious ConsumerHealthDigest"fake review site", is not only using our copyrighted images on their site (without our authorization), but they have the audacity to put their watermark on the images as if they were theirs. We note that their site is now registered and hosted in Inda, a country that is not exactly known for the respect of intellectual property, evidenced by the fact that they have ignored our repeated DMCA takedown request. Although, we can not force their hosting company to comply with DMCA law, our lawyers are working on forcing the major search engines to delete the infringing site from their organic search results.

    Update: August 12, 2015

    "Consumer Health Digest" is yet another new "fake review site".

    Like all of the others, they pretend to offer impartial reviews, but in doing so rank "their product" Prostatcet (which I have never heard of before) number one. A whois look up reveals that the web sites for both Consumer Health Digest and Prostacet are foreign owned. Consumer Health Digest is a owned by Health Network Solutions, Inc. (with an address in Malaysia), while Prostacet is owned by Santrinico Enterprises Ltd. (with an address in Cyprus).

    That both companies are foreign owned does not by prove fraud, but adding suspicion to the likelyhood that both sites are related to each other is that both are very poorly written, in very poor "broken" English. THE SAME BROKEN ENGLISH.

    Also we were not able to find any info what-so-ever on Health Network Solutions, Inc. (which makes me wonder if it is even a real company), but Santrinico Enterprises Ltd certainly has a long history of fraud (based on a scam they ran with Green Coffee Bean Max)

    Ironically their review of Prostate Miracle® Advanced Formula was actual quite favorable, and it only was at the end of this glowing review, when they show their list, which has Prostate Miracle® Advanced Formula ranked on the bottom, while the product they promote ranked at the top. This is supposedly based on some percentages which they have assigned, but there is no explanation at all, as to how the numeric values of these rankings were determined.

    Their scam uses a different approach than most of the others, but it is a fraud none the less!

    Update: August 5, 2015

    We just discovered that these same scammers have changed their label once again.

    First they had their original formula/label, then they abandoned it and copied ours verbatim, and now (after we outed them for this), they have changed once again to a new formula/label. Who knows what is actually in their product? I don't know how anyone could trust a company that changes their formula and label so often. At best they must be considered unstable, and more realistically they would have to be considered untrustworthy. No legitimate company would change their product so often. They remind me of a corrupt politician, who will say anything to get a vote. And this new line from their website is hilarious:

    This company's Prostate Supplement was awarded our 2015 Editor's Choice Award of distinction for several key reasons. Let's take a closer look as to why it ranked #1 on our list.

    Does anyone really think this an independent review site, staffed by experts, who carefully evaluated all the products out there and found their pick (which is their own product) to be number one? I guess they fool a lot of unsuspecting people. Actually I know they fool a lot of people, as almost every single day, we hear horror stories from customers who have fallen for this scam.

    Bottom line: Do not trust ANYTHING these fraudsters say or sell. They are by far the worst scammers we have ever seen (and that is saying a lot!)

    Update: July 2, 2015

    We just received this email today from a victom, who wanted to remain anonymous:

    I wish I had seen your information first, then I would not have to go through a lot of aggravation. I went on line and asked for "the best male supplement for an enlarged prostate." What came up was the best ten supplements, and of course the top one was PROSTAVOL. I ordered one bottle and I followed instructions, took the pills for three days. What happened was the prostate got larger and I had to use a catheter for relief. So now I decided to get my money back and called the number on the bottle and got a woman who could not speak english too good, so what else is new. I told her what happened when I took the pills and she said that there was no refund. O-boy, I said is this another scam? She said that they only take the orders and another company delivers them. I said I wanted the address of the other company. She started to give me the address and I asked her, in a high pitched voice, can you please give me another person who can speak clear english? I got to a point I had to hang up. Thanks for outing these bad guys. I hope others can be spared a bad experience like the one I had.

    Now if all of this is not bad enough . . . In order to make Prostavol) seem competitive with Prostate Miracle® Advanced Formula, these unethical, chronic infringers have literally lifted the supplement facts from the website verbatim and appended it to theirs. We are not talking about just using similar ingredients. We are talking about copying the exact layout of our label (including the same verbiage, fonts spacing etc.) I suppose it is fair to say that we would expect nothing less from an unethical company such as these chronic trademark and copyright infringers.

    Update: June 12, 2015

    We just discovered that these same scammers are now using yet another new "fake review site" (Consumer Value Reports) to promote their bogus product. Same M.O. as always . . . hiding their ownership interest in it . . . bla bla bla. This is a continuing pattern of deception for them. No doubt, after they are hurt by our "outing" of this "fake review site", they will launch another!

    Update: May 23, 2015

    Isn't it amazing that on THE EXACT SAME DAY that we forced down all Prostate Supplement Guide landing pages, which infringed on both the trademark and copyrights of Prostate Miracle®, that a brand new "fake review site" (Prostate Pill Reviews) suddenly appears online. Of course just like Prostate Supplement Guide, this "fake review site" uses our trademark for a search term. and is promoting a new product, which we never heard of before today called Prostavol.

    Both of these "fake review sites" (Prostate Supplement Guide and Prostate Pill Reviews), as well as the products they rate number one (Prostacet and Prostavol) hide their corporate identity behind the same privacy proxy . . . THE EXACT SAME ONE (in Panama). If that was not enough to raise suspicion, we have uncovered that these sites share the exact same IP address.

    Question: What are the odds of unrelated sites having so much in common?

    Answer: Slim to none (and slim already left the room).

    On the top caption of their page, they say:

    "We find all the prostate supplements, We analyze their products and We recommend what to buy."

    However, they forgot to mention that the product they recommend is their own product. But alas, they did not really forget to mention that. It is intentional, as evidenced by the fact that they go to such great lengths to hide this connection.

    They go on to say:

    "There is a breeding ground for companies, who run ads for their products using false claims that have never been tested by a trustworthy independent group. With so many different brands, we decided it was time to perform a comprehensive review".

    Wow . . . Talk about the pot calling the kettle black!

    So let me see if we got this right: Are we supposed to believe that these fraudsters are this trustworthy independent group?

    They go on to claim:

    "we evaluate the brands using our in-house labs to verify that the ingredients in the pills themselves were the same as their labels claimed. Second, we surveyed hundreds of guys who have used these products over time to get a better understanding of experiences."

    So let me see if we got this right: Are we supposed to believe that these fraudsters have their own lab (at a cost of well over a million USD) and spent hundreds of thousand of dollars testing all of these products?

    And are we supposed to believe that they contacted hundreds of guys who have used these products?

    How in the world did they do that?

    The companies that sold those products gave these fraudsters the contact info for their customers? NOT.

    All of this is way beyond belief. Absolute total absurdity!

    They even have a section on their fake site called "Frauds and Scams". The one glaring omission of course is themselves, the irony being that their company should head the top of this page with upper case, red letters and a bullet, as they are the biggest scammers we have ever run across.

    In the ad copy of their paid avertising they say:

    "Expert Independent Reviews", "We tested 49 Brands", "Don't Buy Before You Read This".


    Just for the record . . . let's set the facts straight about these fraudsters:

    • They are neither Experts nor Independent
    • They have not tested 49 Brands
    • The only thing you should not buy is THEIR PRDUCT which they promote so unethically

    Update: February 13, 2015

    We just noticed that this new "fake review site (Prostate Supplement Guide) which is infringing on the Prostate Miracle® trademark and ranks their product Prostacet #1. It is, as if, they knew we would "out them" and once we did, they had this new "fake review site" ready to "roll out".

    Update: February 12, 2015

    Just noticed that this new "fake review site (Prostate Health Reviews is selling the same products as their last one. It is as if they, knew we would "out them" and once we did, they had this new fake review site ready to "roll out". This one has a caption on the top of the page that says "Your Source for Unbiased Prostate Health Supplement Reviews".

    What a joke . . . They are anything but unbiased!

    They hide their identity behind a privacy proxy and list NO PHONE NUMBER. That alone is a BIG warning sign. And if you look at their disclosure page . . .they admit (to their credit) that they may be compensated by their referrals and that "the user assumes all risks and should assume an affiliate relationship exists between this website and merchants and vendors"

    Update: February 3, 2015

    Prostate Health Supplements is the newest and by far the most fraudulent fake review site I have ever seen.

    From what we can gather, their scam is perpetrated by a tag team of two brothers. To their credit they do not hide their identity behind a privacy proxy. They probably knew that had they done so, we would have outed them immediately for the scammers they are. Instead they bravely allowed their public "who is" records to show and speak for themselves.

    Their "fake review site" and the products they promote are clearly related to each other. To be honest, after we saw the obvious connection between the review site and the first two products they rate, we did not waste my time looking at all of the other products they promote. Maybe someday when we have more time, we will investigate them as well.

    What we can tell you for now, is that not only does their "fake review site" AND both of the first two products on their list, have their domain names registered with the same registrar, but also have addresses in the state of Utah. This in itself is not fraudulent, but HIGHLY suspicious.

    The most glaring warning however, is that when looking into the company names (NetraPharm, LLC and Gadd Formulas, LLC), anyone can easily see the long history of fraud.

    Not withstanding an F rating with the BBB, look at what Ripoff Report and the Watchdog site had to say about them.

    We won't even bother to review their products (which appear to all be identical, just with different brand names).

    The only other comments we will make is:

    • We never heard of ANY of these products before. And yet they claim to have based their ratings on thousands of customer reviews. The idea that there could be thousands of reviews for prostate support products that we have never heard of before is preposterous.
    • They claim that one of their criteria for rating products is the "Reorder Rate- How often do people repurchase?". Does everyone see what a farce this is? How in the world would this supposedly independent review site know the reorder rate of other products? the Answer is: They could not possibly know!

    Buyer Beware of this scam. This is the worst one we have ever seen!

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    Fake Review site: Prostate Pill Guide

    Product they rate #1: Prost8Plus

    Warning: This product is sold by the "Gang of Fraudsters"

    prosta8 plus

    Update: August 12, 2015

    Prostate Pill Guide is another new "fake review site" that we just discovered. They claim to have a staff and board of advisors with fifteen years worth of industry leading experience, who have studied, tested and reviewed the most popular prostate pills on the market today. However, they don't mention the names of ANY of these so called experts or what credentials they have.

    They list five products, which they claim are the best, yet we have never heard of ANY of them before . . . They all have very similar labels and so it appears that they are made by the same company. As of today, the only product on their list with a website is Prost8plus (the product they rate number one).

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    A whois lookup reveals that the websites for both Prostate Pill Guide and Prost8 Plus hide their ownership behind a privacy proxy (THE EXACT SAME ONE). Furthermore, the website domain name for Prost8Plus was registered in May of 2015, yet on their site they make the absurd claim to be Americas #1 Prostate Supplement, having satisfied over 754,216 men.

    This begs several questions:

    • Who exactly proclaimed them to be Americas #1 Prostate Supplement? and by what standard?
    • How is this even possible for a product we never heard of before, and which has only registered it's domain name three months ago?
    • Are we supposed to believe that in three months, they sold over 3/4 million bottles and became Americas #1 Prostate Supplement?
    • Are we supposed to believe that ProstatePillGuide is an independent review site, which does not profit from their ratings, yet spends tons of money to research and test all the prostate formulas out there?

    If all of this was not bad enough . . . they go on to say their product is "Backed By Published Clinical Trials"

    • Ok, so where are these published clinical trials? We could not find any published on their website or anywhere else.
    • And what about their ingredients? We could not find a list of their supplements facts on their site.

    We get tired of repeating the same warnings over and over and over again, but . . . Isn't it obvious that a company, who hides their identity and makes such absurd unfounded claims is a scam?

    Buyer beware of this family of sites. It is such an OBVIOUS scam!

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    Fake Review site: Prostate Formula Buyers Guide

    Product they rate #1: Preferred Prostate Plus

    Warning: This product is sold by the "Gang of Fraudsters"

    Prostate Formula Buyers Guide
    Preferred Prostate Plus

    Update: May 23, 2016

    Today we discovered a brand new "fake review site" called Prostate Formula Buyers Guide. The product this fake site rates #1 is Preferred Prostate Plus. A quick whois search reveals this to be yet another obvious scam. Like all the other similar scams, both their "fake review site" and their product site, hide behind a privacy proxy. (the same exact one, located in Panama).

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    Q: What are the odds of these two sites being unrelated?

    A: Slim to none and slim already left the building!

    I have said it a thousand times, but it bears repeating in the hopes of warning any potential victim of this kind of scam . . . DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES BUY ANYTHING FROM AN ONLINE SITE THAT HIDES THEIR IDENTITY. There just is no reason for a legitimate company to hide their identity. The reason THEY do it is to hide the FACT that the review site is owned by the same company that promotes the product they rate #1. (and are obviously not an unbiased review site as they represent themselves to be).

    Now let's take a look at the some of the dribble they espouse on their product website:

    What Makes Preferred Prostate+ Different?

    At Triumph Nutritionals, we don't cut corners. We make sure that everything on the label is what you get. And in it's highest quality form.

    Why would they need to make such a defensive comment?

    Is it really necessary to say that they put in their product what their label says?

    Every legitimate company does that, and would not need to brag about doing something that they are expected to do! The fact that they make such a claim, makes me think they DON'T do it.

    And the smoking gun is that their product label clearly says "it contains soy (plant sterols)", yet it also claims to contain 70% beta sitosterol.

    There is however, no such thing as 70% soy based beta sitosterol. So they are obviously liars AND stupid ones too!

    I have found in life, that it is always the liars, who go out of their way to tell you how honest they are. Honest people do not typically brag about their honesty!

    Our formula uses a synergistic combination of ingredients. That means each ingredient has been shown to be effective on it's own, but the health benefits are multiplied when the ingredients are combined.
    So are we to believe that:
    1. They have scientifically tested their formula?
    2. Their testing quantified that the combined effect had improved the effect of each ingredient by multiples?


    They refer to their product as a "scientifically tested formula", yet they do not mention any specific test results.

    This begs the question: What scientific test (aka clinical studies) were conducted?

    The obvious answer is NONE.

    In other words they are insulting your intelligence by referring to their product as "scientifically tested", counting on you being dumb enough to accept that as being true, without any evidence what-so-ever. I can assure you that they have not done any clinical studies, which cost millions of dollars to conduct. So this assertion is just a big lie!

    I have also noticed that their testimonials all appear to be fakes as well. Until today, I never heard of this fake reviews site or its product site, yet many of the testimonials talk about using the product for months. As far as I know, this product has never been marketed before, so how could these testimonials be real?

    Of course this kind of deception is unethical and consistent with a company that hides its identity and makes bogus unfounded statements about their product and the scientifically tests it has supposedly undergone.

    Oh and I almost forgot to mention they sell their product for a whopping $49.99/bottle, which is a lot to pay for a bogus product made by an unethical scam company.

    It is obvious that this scam is being purpetrated by the notorius "gang of farudsters"

      Why do we say that?
      • They appeared on the same exact day that BuyerReview dissapeared (after we outed them for their long history of fraud)
      • Just like BuyerReview . . . their Corporate ID is hidden behind a Privacy Proxy (in Panama)
      • Their M.O. is IDENTICAL!

    Buyer Beware Of This OBVIOUS Scam

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    Fake Review site: Male Research, HerbalistReport

    Product they rate #1: ProstaLeaf

    Warning: This product is sold by the "Gang of Fraudsters"

    Male Reaearch

    Update: May 6, 2017

    These serial scammers are at it again with the following new ad campaign (using the Prostate Miracle® trademark as a search term) ALL based on lies.


    So let me see if I got this right. These notorious scammers are the ones issuing a warning about other prostate products?

    How can that be when THEY are the ones that need to be warned about!

    Update: June 28, 2016

    Today we discovered, that the notorious "gang of fraudsters" has yet another new "fake review site" called HerbalistReport which ranks ProstaLeaf #1. Same M.O. as all of their frauds . . . They hide their identity behind a privacy proxy and make the following bogus claim:

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    "We took a list of brands, and independently evaluated them, reviewing the ingredients, concentrations, and their backing studies to find a recommendation of a natural prostate relief supplement for you."

    Update: September 1, 2015

    We just noticed that on the Male Research "fake review site", they are now making this bogus statement:

    Male Research works with a panel of Scientists and Nutrition experts to review the products based on their ingredients, research studies, and user reviews in order to present real information, to help you make the right health decision.

    So are we supposed to believe that this organization has hired a panel of scientists and nutritionists to conduct research for them? Why would an organization do so, unless they had a vested interest? But the bigger question is who are these experts? I personally don't believe they hired any experts, rather they are just claiming to have done so, so they can convince unsuspecting consumers that the product they rate number one is the best according to experts. THIS IS SUCH AN OBVIOUS SCAM!

    Update: June 10, 2015

    Male Research is yet another new "fake review site". Like all the other similar frauds, they hide their identity through a privacy proxy. The official site of their product, which they rate number one (ProstaLeaf) also hides their identity through the exact same privacy proxy. We never heard of this fake review site nor their bogus, overpriced product before today, and it is interesting that both sites apparently made their online debut on the exact same day.

    Even if the average consumer is not savvy enough to do a whois lookup, anyone can see that there is no company name disclosed on the ProstaLeaf website. Speaking for myself, I would personally NEVER do business with a company that does not disclose their corporate identity on their own website or even worse, hides their registered domain name identity through a privacy proxy.

    Oh by the way, their formula contains all the useless herbs (that don't work) and only 60 mg of beta sitosterol, which is the most important. And, who knows the source of the beta sitosterol they use (they don't say, which means it is proabably Chinese, soy based).

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    Fake Review site: HealthLine Daily, Prostate Debate, ConsumerHealthShop, Vitamin Boat

    Product they rate #1: Prostarex

    Warning: This product is sold by the "Gang of Fraudsters"

    Healthline-daily Consumer Health Shop Prostarex-scam

    Update: August 6, 2021

    I recently noticed a new version of Prostarex is being promoted on HealthLine Daily (a notorious "fake review site").

    I'm not sure if they have shared ownership (or just a shared financial interest), but what I can tell you is that both HealthLine Daily and Prostarex are long-standing scams.

    • At one time, HealthLine Daily ranked viProsta, and Beta-Flo number one, but they have recently jumped ship to Prostarex
    • Being extremely unethical, I can only guess that these number one rankings are bought for the highest bid (of course this is undisclosed).
    • Considering their very long history of unethical business practices, I would strongly urge avoiding any product this fake review site recommends!

    Update: December 18, 2018

    Today, I noticed a new version of scam product called Viprosta by Eden Formulations,
    which is being promoted on a new "fake review site" called HealthLine Daily

      This bogus product and the related "fake review scam" is brought to you by the same fraudsters, who brought you Ultra Prostate Support Formula by Lawrence Supplements, rated #1 on their fake review sites Prostate Health Buyers Guide, ConsumersGuides and Ask Men Answers

      Notice the similar style of names used in both of these scams

      We first outed these serial scammers in 2013, (and every year since)

      They are very persistent, serial scammers, who keep cloning off new versions of their scam.

      All of the reviews are written by a guy named Eric.

      • Who is this guy?
      • What credentials does he have?
      • Why doesn't he provide his last name?

      He writes:

      "As a member of the HealthLine Daily staff I am dedicated to researching and providing effective natural solutions to the general public."

      But I think he meant to say: I'm a fictitious person, with no credentials and my purpose is to try to trick you into buying ViProsta!

      I strongly suggest you do NOT consider (even for a second) trusting ANYTHING this company says or buying ANY of the scam products they pimp.

      Its worth noting that ViProsta now has a new label
      and supposedly provides 33 ingredients, which they claim makes it "one of the strongest product on the market".

        This is a text book example of one of the oldest scams in the natural health industry . . . its called "window dressing"

          whereby a product claims to have every ingredient under the sun, trying to trick people into thinking .. .

          • "Ohh it has more stuff, it must be better"
          • "Ohh it's very expensive. it must be worth it"

          The truth is that even if you believe what they claim is in their product (I don't) . . .

          its actually much better to provide:

          • just the key ingredients that are backed up with clinical studies
          • and of course in the correct amount and of the highest quality.

        I can assure you that if the new ViProsta is anything like the old ViProsta than its a bogus product . . . a total scam.

        Considering this companys long history of fraud, I don't know why anyone would think otherwise

        Their website says

        but I think they really meant to say:
        NO OTHER FORMULA has been made by a company with a longer history of fraud

    Update: March 26, 2016

    Today we discovered a new "fake review site" called ProstateDebate, which rates BetaFlo number one and displays a "sponsored" ad for ViProsta on top of each page of their "fake review site". As previously mentioned, the registered owner of the product sites for both BetaFlo and ViProsta is none other than Paul Buchanan, a renown scammer with a very long history of fraud.

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    The ownership of ProstateDebate is hidden of course, like virtually ALL of the other "fake review sites" out there. It is worth noting that ProstateDebate is not actually a new site, however prior to today, we never saw it before ... apparently just being "rolled out" today.

    Is it a coincidence that the "roll out" of this "fake review site" occurred on the day after we got Google to force down the deceptive ad of BuyerReview (a notorious "fake review site") that infringed on our trademark?

    I think NOT.

    I suspect that there is a connection between all of these fraudsters. Particularly since we recently learned of the connection between Altern Marketing and BuyerReview, who's persistent and chronic infringement of our trademark, is consistent with their recent indictment for tax evasion and racketeering.

    Update: July 10, 2015

    These scammers are at it again. The same owner of ViProsta and ConsummerHealthShop ((Paul Buchanan et al. of Lawrenceville GA) is now promoting their new product (BetaFlo) and is promoting it on their new portal (Vitamin Boat). They define what a fraud is, but I will give them credit for one thing . . . at least they do not hide their identity, though one wonders why, considering their well documented history of fraud.

    But put aside for a moment the long history of fraud the manufacturer of this product has, and lets look at their product:

    It contains nothing of any value . . . only 40mg of beta sitosterol, not nearly enough to do anything. And they have some vitamins (big deal) and also some useless powders. They also include in their inactive ingredients magnesium stearate (which should be avoided) and #1 blue dye (OMG). This is a truly worthless product put out by a very unethical company with a long history of fraud.

    Update: June 1, 2015

    Here we go again! ConsumerHealthShop (registered 11/4/13) is a brand new "fake review site", which rates ViProsta number one. The Websites for both ConsumerHealthShop and ViProsta are registered by the same person (Paul Buchanan of Lawrenceville GA). ViProsta is manufactured by HerbalCom LLC (also from Lawrenceville GA), a company with many complaints filed it against it AND an F rating with the Better Business Bureau. They have the audacity to promote their scam using our trademark with the following caption:

    "Learn the truth about it. Get the facts before you buy"

    . . . as if anyone would expect to get the truth or facts from such an unethical company!

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    Fake Review site: Prostate Health Buyers Guide, ConsumersGuides, Ask Men Answers

    Product they rate #1: True Prostate Flow, Ultra Prostate Support Formula by Lawrence Supplements

    Warning: This product is sold by the "Gang of Fraudsters"

    Prostate Health Buyers Guide
    Consumers Guides
    Ask Men Answers
    True Prostate Flow   Ultra Prostate Support

    Update: May 28, 2016

    Today, we now have confirmation of what we have always suspected . . .these scammers are related to the notorius BuyersReview et al. "gang of fraudsters". This revelation is not all that suprising, as we suspected it all along, due to their identical and persistent unethical tactics!

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    Update: January 15, 2016

    I have just discovered this same company (ALTERN MARKETING, LLC) is up to it's old tricks again. It now has a new "fake review site" called Prostate Health Buyers Guide, which now promotes True Prostate Flow. Same type of deceptive ad copy, same type of bogus formula. I believe that after we "outed" them regarding the Lawrence Supplements scam, they decided to try again with a new product and new "fake review site". These guys never give up!

    Update: September 27, 2013

    I have just discovered a new "fake review site" called Ask Men Answers, which also promotes Ultra Prostate Support Formula by Lawrence Supplements. To my eyes, it looks to have been built by the same person who built the ConsumersGuides, Lawrence Supplements and Altern Marketing sites.

    It has the same format, color scheme and fonts as the aforementioned sites AND also has the same style of fake review . . . implying they are impartial (which of course they are not) and giving their highest recommendation to Ultra Prostate Support Formula by Lawrence Supplements. No surprise here!.

    I'm guessing there are even more "fake review sites" out there promoting this same product. If/when I find any, I will update this fraud alert.

    Update: September 22, 2013

    I just could not leave this alone . . . I had to visit this fake review site again to see what else I might uncover. I found that there is a heading on their site where they outline their "6 Rating Factors In Evaluating Prostate Supplements". In addition to the blatant lie regarding clinical studies they supposedly conducted, they also list "Proven Reputation" as a factor.

    This got me thinking . . . What reputation does the product Ultra Prostate Support Formula or it's manufacturer Lawrence Supplements have? After all, until last week, I never heard of either.

    I did some digging and found positive proof of their scam!

    • First of all, it turns our that Lawrence Supplements has a website.
      • a "whois" search shows that it was only registered 10/24/12 (less than one year ago). So in other words, ConsumersGuides believes that this product and manufacturer have established a "proven reputation" IN LESS THAN ONE YEAR.
      • The footer of the Lawrence Supplement website displays their address as: 8391 Beverly Blvd #271, Los Angeles, CA 90048. And even says it is part of ALTERN MARKETING, LLC.
    • The CA Secretary of State website also confirms the ALTERN MARKETING, LLC address to be the same as what the Lawrence Supplement site displays.
    • This realy is the smoking gun:
      • We are now 100% sure that the ConsumersGuides website is a FAKE REVIEW SITE.
      • BOTH the ConsumersGuides website and the Lawrence Supplement website are owned by the same company (ALTERN MARKETING, LLC).
        • They were deceptive when they implied they were an impartial review site.
        • They were deceptive when they omitted "MARKETING" from their real name: ALTERN MARKETING, LLC.
        • They were deceptive when they implied they performed clinical studies.
        • They were deceptive when they implied Ultra Prostate Support Formula by Lawrence Supplements had a proven reputation.
    Update: September 20, 2013

    Today I see they have a contact page which says "This web site is operated by Altern LLC, a registered company in Los Angeles, CA".

    I suppose it is possible that I missed that page during my first visit to their site or perhaps they just added it, in response to me calling them out for hiding their ownership.

    Regardless, I have searched for Altern LLC on the CA Secretary of State website and was not able to find it. I did however, find ALTERN MARKETING, LLC, but can not be sure if they are the company that runs this site or not. I think they probably are, but am wondering . . .

    Why would they abbreviate their company name, omitting the word "marketing"? It is not as if they didn't have enough time or space to to type it out in full. I personally think this omittance was deliberate, in an attempt to deceive unsuspecting visitors into believing they actually are an impartial review site, rather than a marketing company. By the way, their contact page displays both a physical and email address, but NO phone number . . . very suspicious in deed.

    Here is the real kicker . . . On an interior page of their site (not on the prostate section) there is an "about" page, where they make the following disclaimer: "Some of the information is sponsored by advertisers and may receive monetary compensation from the 3rd parties mentioned in the articles."

    I rest my case!

    Update: September 19, 2013

    Here we go again . . . This new fake review site is advertising using our trademark as a search term. with the following caption:

    "Shocking! Here's What Happened When We Tested Prostate Supplements".

    And just like all the other fake review sites, this one hides their domain name ownership too. It is beyond me, how anyone would trust a product review site that hides their ownership.

    Could it be that they have an ownership interest or financial incentive to promote the product they rate #1 (Ultra Prostate Support Formula by Lawrence Supplements) ?

    I also wonder if it is just a coincidence that this site was launched on the exact same day that we forced the makers of "ProstaNew" to remove their latest scam site, which infringed on our trademark.

    These issues certainly raise red flags about this company's credibility!

    It should be obvious to anyone who reads their published review of Ultra Prostate Support Formula, that the language used is NOT that of an impartial review, rather it is clearly promotional hype used to try to sell their product.

    For example . . .

    They say "In our tests, we saw the best results with Ultra Prostate Support Formula".

    This statement begs the following questions:

    What tests?
    What methodology was deployed?
    Have these test results been published in ANY respected medical journal?
    Have they been published anywhere?

    Of course they can not answer ANY of these questions, because it is highly doubtful that they EVER conducted any REAL scientific studies. The type of clinical studies they imply were conducted costs millions of dollars.

    Anyone can make self-serving claims regarding supposedly favorable test results, but it is another thing altogether to publish the detailed results. And trust me when I say that, any company that went through the trouble and great expense to conduct such tests, would proudly show their detailed, statistically analyzed results.

    Is it even remotely believable that an impartial review site would conduct these very expensive tests? I don't know about you, but as for me, the answer is clearly NO. If anyone would do so, it would be the manufacturer. It is obvious to me that ConsumersGuides is a fake review site and neither they nor the manufacturer have conducted any such studies.

    If all of this is not bad enough . . .

    amazingly, they talk about how superior their ingredients are yet, I was unable to even find any mention of what the exact ingredients and supplement facts are.

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    Fake Review sites: Prostate Pill Reviews, Prostate Pills Overview, Prostate Reviews, Prostate Product Review

    Products they rate #1: Prostate Plus

    Prostate Plus

    Update: July 28, 2015

    They have launched another new "fake review site" called Prostate Reviews. It has the same content and misinformation as all of their other "fake review sites". These guys are unrelentless. We forced this fraudulent and infringing site to be taken down.

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    Update: May 13, 2013

    They have launched their new "fake review site" - Prostate Product Review. It has the same content and misinformation as all of their other "fake review sites". These guys will stop at nothing! - unbelivable!

    Update: September 26, 2012

    Well once again, Google forced them to take down their deceptive ad, which infringed on the Prostate Miracle® trademark. Today, I see that this unethical company has launched a new attack campaign, again with unauthorized use of the Prostate Miracle® trademark and copyrighted images plus ridiculous misinformation to promote their product.

    Update: July 30, 2012

    It's been nearly a year since Google forced this unethical company to take down their deceptive advertisement. I just noticed today that they are at it again, this time with a new "fake review site" Prostate Pills Overview Still infringing on the Prostate Miracle® trademark to promote their imitation product.

    Update: August 23, 2011

    Why is it that just when one scam finally runs its course, another one immediately surfaces to take its place ? Is it just a coincidence or is it part of a very unethical master marketing plan ?

    "Prostate Plus" is that "new kid in town" and I must admit . . . their marketing plan is brilliant and very well executed . . . but isn't that what you would expect from a scam?

    Here is how it works. They promote their product on a highly advertised site called "Prostate Pill Reviews", which in their words claims to have:

    "compiled a listing of various prostate products and have assessed their overall legitimacy based on their ingredients including quantities, related documentation that validates the product's claims, product guarantee (return/refund policy), price and manufacturer's reputation. Based on these criteria, we attempt to make an honest judgment of whether these products will actually be effective in providing prostate relief."

    And as you can probably see where I am going . . . "Prostate Pill Reviews" has given their highest rating to:

    drum roll please . . . Prostate Plus.

    Ask yourself this question . . . Why would a supposedly impartial, non profit reviewing organization pay to advertise their site?

    The answer is obvious . . . to promote their own product, which they rate number one!

    The websites for both Prostate Pill Reviews and Prostate Plus are beautifully designed and really look very professional and legitimate . . . but the BIG glaring problem is that there does NOT seem to be any real organization called Prostate Pill Reviews . . . at least NONE that I was able to find ANYWHERE.

    Does that make any sense at all?

    Their site has NO contact phone number, NO email address, NO Doctor names AND lists NO credentials what-so-ever AND the registration of both domain names are hidden behind a privacy proxy.

    Now if any of this sounds familiar . . . it is because this scam is identical to that perpetrated by "The Prostate Pill Report" (and their various other aliases) where they pretended to be an independent lab, yet rated their own product "Prostavar" number one. This scam was widely exposed, as was their F-Rating with the Better Business Bureau.

    I believe, but can not write with absolute certainty, that both of these scams are being run by the same principals. They may have restructured their business entities and created a new product, but it still reaks to me of the same M.O. Furthermore, take a look at the 2 websites . . . both designs look very similar as if the same person designed both:

    And finally all sites participating in both scams hide behind the same privacy proxy. (THE EXACT SAME ONE)

    It is worth noting that even though there is no domain name registration info available for Prostate Plus, the website customer care page does list Everest Nutrition Corporation as a contact, with the implication being that they produce this product. They also produce zenerx which is touted as being a penis enlarger /male enhancer.

    Most people know that penis enlargers don't work and also think that any company that produces and promotes one has very questionable ethics at best. Everest Nutrition Corporation and zenerx have been exposed as a scam in both:

    The Ripoff Report

    and in

    Dr Sahelian's scathing review

    Enough about the companies . . . let's look at some of their statements:

    1) They claim that their product "is the #1 Choice in Prostate Treatment"
    What is their basis for making this claim? Does anyone believe that they actually went to the trouble and expense of doing a survey of all prostate products sold and found that Prostate Plus out sold all the others? . . . I don't know about you, but I think NOT.

    2) Our product "contains only one ingredient scientifically proven to be critical to the effectiveness of prostate health supplements; Zinc (7.5 mg) - Sadly, Zinc is the least prevalent substance in the product, which will certainly impact on its overall effectiveness in treating prostate health issues. Prostate Miracle® Advanced Formula also contains Selenium, Beta Sitosterol and Vitamin D3, substances whose effects on prostate health are inconclusive."

    This is a totally bogus statement on so many levels. . . it is hard to respond to:

    First of all the most important ingredient for supporting prostate health is beta sitosterol which we provide in the correct amount to be supportive. Their ingredients page indicates that even though they say beta sitosterol's effectiveness is inconclusive they do include it in theirs, but they do NOT indicate how much they include. . . probably because they do not enough to be supportive.

    Secondly, they say zinc is the only ingredient in Prostate Miracle® Advanced Formula that is important in prostate health, but then they imply that 7.5 mg is not enough. The truth is that 7.5 mg is the optimal amount . . . too much could be toxic and too little not supportive. It does beg to question . . . How much zinc does Prostate Plus contain? Their site does not specify the amount!

    Now what about price?

    The single bottle price for Prostate Plus is $39.95.

    The single bottle price for Prostate Miracle® Advanced Formula is $29.95

    Bottom Line:

    Prostate Miracle®Advanced Formula has a track record of success for over 14 years, has helped thousands upon thousands of men, and is produced and distributed by a company you can trust. Yes it is true that we are tooting our own horn. but at least we are not pretending to be an impartial reviewing agency. Why would anyone try an overpriced, unproven "Johnny-come-lately" product such as Prostate Plus, marketed by such an obvious scam?

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    Fake Review sites: Prostate Remedy Reviews

    Products they rate #1: Prostavec

    Prostate Remedy Reviews

    Update: Feb 13, 2015

    Here we go again. We have just discovered a brand new "fake review site" called Prostate Remedy Reviews. The product they rate #1 is Prostavec. This site (like all the other "fake review sites" out there) pretends to be an impartial 3rd party, and does not disclose their financial interest in the product they rate #1.

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    "We here at ProstateRemedyReviews have a passion for natural health and many of us have suffered from prostate complications ourselves. That's why we went out and compared some of the top natural prostate remedies to see which ones really worked and which ones don't live up to their promises."

    • A whois lookup reveals that is registered with Godaddy by Kyle Dilger.
    • A whois lookup of Prostavec reveals that it is also registered with Godaddy, but that the registrant is hidden behind a privacy proxy.
    • Further digging reveals that Prostavec is made by Rejuvica Health, aka Rejuvica LLC, aka

    • A whois lookup of, reveals that it is also registered with Godaddy, and that it's registrant also hides behind a privacy proxy.

    We have warned time and time again, that no one should ever buy a product from a site that hides it's registration or ownership. Unfortunately, many do not heed this warning and get ripped off as a result.

    This is a classic example.

    Guess who is a member of Rejuvica LLC. . . . if you guessed Kyle Dilger, you would be right.

    So, in other words, Kyle Dilger, the Registrant of, who rates Prostavec #1, is also a member of Rejuvica LLC, who makes Prostavec.

    Does that sound like an impartial review site? NOT.

    We consider this deception to be highly unethical and a scam. That alone should be enough to dissuade anyone from buying Prostavec. but just for kicks, let's take a closer look at this product.

    Here is what their site says about their formula:

    "With years of experience and dozens of product reviews under our belt, we dove into stacks of medical journals, positive consumer reports, and studied exactly how certain vitamins and nutrients contribute to a healthy prostate. We narrowed the list to the 3 essential ingredients that no effective prostate remedy could be without: 1) Saw Palmetto, 2) Pygeum Bark and 3) Stinging Nettle"

    We have said many times before that these three ingredients are basically worthless, and that EVERY prostate formula SHOULD contain beta sitosterol instead.

    Prostavec contains NO beta sitosterol!

    The supplement facts, on their website say that each bottle contains 48 servings and that they suggest 1-3 servings per day. Meaning each bottle is a 16 day supply (based on 3 servings/day) In other words a one month supply is 2 bottles, which they sell for $60. Prostavec is a VERY expensive product, particularly since it does not contain ANY beta sitosterol, and as a result won't likely help you at all.

    Buyer Beware Of This Scam site and the products they rate

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    Review sites: Prostate Supplements (aka Prostate Research Labs)

    Products they rate #1: Prost-P10x


    Update: July 1, 2019

    Today, we noticed this company/product is once again running a paid advertsing campaign using "Prostate Miracle" as a search term, obviously trying to divert traffic away from us to them.

    I'm not sure why they would try that again, since we already outed them before for the same kind of misrepresentations they continue to make.

    • They still have the same formula which contains unproven ingredients and a pitifully small amount of proven beta sitosterol.
    • They still imply that they have performed clinical tests, which prove their product's effectiveness, yet I can find any such test results on their site . . . only this selfserving meaningless hype:
    • PR Labs develops science and research based natural supplement formulations based on independent Tier 1 and Tier 2 clinical studies to support men with prostate and sexual health concerns.

      Clinicians, medical practitioners, and physicians trust PR Labs to provide the highest quality, research backed supplements to support their clinical programs. Technical formulation and scientific review of all formulations is undertaken in partnership with National Enzyme Corp

    • If they really have performed the clinical tests, why not proudly show them?

    Update: July 12, 2014

    "Prostate Supplements" et al. is the newest family of "review sites" that we have discovered. The product on the top of their list is their product of course Prost-P10x.

    They have obviously carefully studied our website and decided to compete with us by using a different approach from all of the fake review sites out there.

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    They try to earn credibility by echoing what we have been saying for years, when they state "Every website that claims a product is #1 is either owned by the company selling that product or is being paid to make those claims"

    We have not listed this family of sites under "fake review sites", because to their credit, they openly disclose that they are associated with "Prostate Research Labs", the maker of Prost-P10x. But they DO hide the ownership of their family of sites behind a privacy proxy, which should be a big warning to any prospective buyer. NO ONE SHOULD BUY FROM A COMPANY THAT HIDES WHO THEY ARE!.

    They also make the absurd claim that their site is "the largest website on prostate health". Again what a ridiculous, unfounded, self-serving statement to make!

    They proudly show their "2014 Prostate Supplement Reviews", which looks to me, as if it was just copied and pasted (and edited of course, placing their product number one) from another fake review site. I say this because it includes at least one product that is not even being sold anymore (certainly not in 2014). Furthermore, in this review, they attempt to separate themselves from the others by pointing out, that their site includes "Full Name Testimonials" as well as "ingredient studies listed".

    The FDA does not allow the promotion of any dietary supplement, through the use of testimonials or clinical studies, which make or imply medical or drug claims. Only FDA approved drugs can make such claims and since Prost-P-10x is a dietary supplement (NOT an FDA approved drug), and is making such claims, I have no doubt that should this company ever get big enough to attract FDA attention, Pros-P-10x would be forced off the market, in two seconds flat, by the FDA for being an illegal drug.

    They go on to make the following misleading and absurd claims:
    • The First Complete Clinical Grade Prostate Health Program
    • Doctor Formulated - professional strength
    • Extra Strength Prostate Health Ingredients
    • No Other Prostate Formula Has The Strength and Level of ingredients
    Q: What do these claims mean?
    A: They mean absolutely nothing!
    • The nutraceutical industry is not subject to any specification or standard for the term "clinical grade".
    • The nutraceutical industry is not subject to any specification or standard for the term "professional strength".
    • The nutraceutical industry is not subject to any specification or standard for the term "extra strength".
    • No Other Prostate Formula Has The Strength and Level of ingredients

    The product claims they make therefore, are just a bunch of none sense. Moreover, to claim that their supplement is "The first Complete Clinical Grade Prostate Health Program" is nothing less than total hype and misrepresentation.

    And what about their spokesperson - Dr. Geo Espinosa, N.D., L.Ac, CNS, RH (AHG)? Their website makes the self-serving claim that he is "The Number One Naturopathic Doctor in Men's Urology" My question is: According to who? What is the basis for this unprovable claim? As far as I can tell, their website is the only place that claims this. He apparently has earned several degrees, but what about the clinical studies that seem to be implied were done with his product?

    I have looked extensively, but could not find any. Clinical studies are very expensive to conduct, often costing millions of dollars. If he had actually done them . . . Why not publish them? That would be something to legitimately brag about.

    I have listened to and watched Dr Esponosa's video clips . . . all I heard was blabbing anecdotally, about how and why his product works so well. In one clip, referring to why his product (which has a multiple pill dose) is better than other products, which have only a one or two capsule dosages, he actually said "It is very difficult to get a good response with one or two pills, it is virtually impossible most of the times, so sometimes it does require to consume a couple more pills".

    It boggles the mind as to how a credentialed doctor could make such an unscientific general statement like that. His inference seems to be that, regardless of what is contained in a two pill dose, it is unlikely to do you any good, unless you take a couple more.

    Quite honestly, I thought his comments were pure gibberish . . . very unscientific, unprofessional and not at all convincing to anyone with half a brain. I am not at all impressed, just because he has some letters after his name or that he works at a place called "Prostate Research Labs". The only thing that he could impress me with, would be actual published clinical studies, proving his product is effective. Short of that I am very unimpressed. In fact, I consider him nothing short of a hired gun to promote this highly overpriced product.

    Buyer Beware

    This company seems to be trying to mislead people into believing that this formula has been clinically proven and/or that because some doctor formulated it, is has some "prescription-like" strength. Even their product name (Prost-P-10x) is very misleading (implying it is 10 times stronger).

    The irony is that this product only contains 65 mg of beta sitosterol, which is THE most important ingredient for supporting prostate health. The manufacturer opted instead to include flower pollen and all the other useless herbs, that so many of our competitors use in their products, which makes for a longer ingredient list, but not a better product.

    And if all of this was not bad enough, they use these none-sense claims to justify their exorbitant price of $89.95 (for a one month supply).

    Adding insult to injury they close their pitch by saying "you get what you pay for".

    I hope no one will be tricked into buying this overpriced product, thinking that since it is the most expensive, it must be the best!

    Update: August 20, 2014

    We've noticed that once again Prostate Research Labs is aggressively competing with Prostate Miracle® Advanced Formula by advertising on Google, using our trademarked name as a search term. They had stopped doing so after we "outed them" in our original write up, but apparently as part of this new campaign, they have made a number of changes to their website, that we never noticed before.

    • They claim that their product contains "Clinically Proven Natural Ingredients"
      • First of all the FDA does not allow medical claims, in fact when the FDA audited our company, they forced us to remove any clinical studies that we cited on our website.
      • They cite many of the same studies that we used to cite (but were forced to remove by the FDA). What is particularly misleading, however is that the put name of their spokesman (Dr. Geo Espinosa) on the top and bottom of their downloadable PDF files, which list these studies, as if he had anything to do with them. we consider this crossing the line and highly unethical.
    • 5x More Strength than other brands
      • What the heck does this mean?
      • Strength of what?
      • This is a very unscientific baseless statement!
    • Formulated by #1 Naturopathic Urologist
      • Who says Dr. Geo Espinosa is #1?
      • Again, this company is long on hype and very short on substance
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    Fake Review sites: Prostate Health Journal, Fischer Urology

    Products they rate #1: ProstaNew

    Prostate Health Journal

    Update: May 19, 2013

    Why is it that just when one scam finally runs its course, another one immediately surfaces to take its place? Is it just a coincidence or is it part of a very unethical master marketing plan?

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    As their name implies, "Prostanew" is that "new kid in town" and I must admit . . . their marketing plan is brilliant and very well executed . . . but isn't that what you would expect from a scam?

    Here is how it works. They promote their product on highly advertised sites called "The Fischer Urological Institute" and "The Prostate Health Journal" which are supposedly staffed by doctors who are "fed up with current practices in the health care industry" and accordingly have impartially reviewed and performed lab tests on many of the prostate products being sold on the internet. And as you can probably see where I am going . . . These fake review sites have given their highest rating to:

    drum roll please . . . "Prostanew".

    Their family of sites are beautifully designed and really look very professional and legitimate . . . but the BIG glaring problem is that there does NOT seem to be any real organization called the "Fischer Urological Institute" oro "Prostate Health Journal". . . at least NONE that I was able to find ANYWHERE. Their website explains this away by saying "the staff have contributed their knowledge of the most common health problems and remedies, but wish to remain anonymous."

    Does that make any sense at all?

    And when they say they wish to be anonymous . . . they are not kidding!

    Their site has NO contact phone number, NO email address, NO Doctor names AND lists NO credentials what-so-ever AND the registration of both domain names are hidden behind a privacy proxy. As if that is not alarming enough . . . a whois search on the domain names for and reveals that the former was registered on December 30, 2010, while the latter was registered on January 19, 2011. In other words the website for this supposedly impartial review institute was registered 20 days AFTER the registration of the website for the product which they rate #1. This revelation should be screaming SCAM to any person with an IQ over 50.

    And finally all sites in both scams hide behind the same privacy proxy. (THE EXACT SAME ONE)

    Enough about the companies . . . for the sake of completeness . . . lets look at some of the criticism they made of Prostate Miracle®:

    1) "DHT is a form testosterone that inflames and irritates the prostate. Prostate Miracle® just has beta-sitosterol. There are many more ingredients that are helpful for BPH."

    This comment is ridiculous. None of the other herbs they refer to come close to the support that beta sitosterol provides. In fact beta sitosterol is the supportive ingredient in all of these herbs, but because each contain such a small concentration . . . they are all basically useless AND in some cases may even be harmful.

    2) "Anti-inflammation ingredients will reduce the irritation and swelling your prostate has and prevent further damage. Prostate Miracle® has none of these."

    None of the ingredients have any anti-inflammatory value

    3) "Prostate Miracle® just has four ingredients. We recommend using a more comprehensive supplement that also include anti-inflammatory ingredients."

    Prostate Miracle® has been in use for 14 years and has helped thousands upon thousands of men, who as a result of taking it every day, have supported their prostate health. This is because Prostate Miracle® provides exactly what is needed for support and nothing that is not. I am sure that some people may be fooled into thinking that ProstaNew has more ingredients and must be better. I hope that anyone reading this review will see the truth . . .

    Bottom Line:

    Prostate Miracle® has a track record of success and is produced and distributed by a company you can trust. Yes it is true that we are tooting our own horn. but at least we are not pretending to be an impartial reviewing agency. Why would anyone try an unproven "Johnny-come-lately" product such as Prostanew, marketed by such an obvious scam?

    Buyer beware This company is the most persistent infringer we have ever seen.

    We catch them, we report them, we force them down and then they reappear with a new identity.

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    The Bad

    Super Prostate Formula

    Super Prostate Formula

    Update: June 15, 2018

    Today, we noticed that Super Prostate Formula is advertising on Google using Prostate Miracle as a search term.

    They claim to have twice the key ingredients.

    This is BIG lie. AND it will COST you considerably MORE. I guess they think you are too stupid to notice.

    To their credit . . . they are NOT promoted themselves with a "fake review site", which would have automatically landed them on our "ugly" page.

    However, we have included them on the very top our "bad" page, because in addition to their history of false advertsing (see previous post), they are now making some absurd claims, which we consider false, misleading and obviously intended to disparage Prostate Miracle.

    On their website they say:

    "In the process of researching and developing Super Prostate Formula, we noticed a pattern of mistakes consumers were making when purchasing their prostate supplements."

    • This begs the question: How exactly did they notice these "mistakes"?
      • What methodology was used in their alledged research?
      • Have they conducted surveys and done statistical analysis of their "research"?
      • or is this just some self-serving hype?
    • They say it is a mistake to rely on just 1 or 2 ingredients.
    • "Quite simply, the more complete your prostate formula, the greater your chances of success."
      • Well thats exactly what you would expect to hear from the maker of a product that includes every ingredient "under the sun".
      • But is it wise to include a tiny bit of many ingredients, that don't have any value at all, and could even cause reactions in some people?
      • The truth is that beta sitosterol is the active ingredient in nearly all the extra ingredients they include, but in such a small amount as to make them worthless.
    • They claim it's a mistake to assume beta sitosterol is better than saw palmetto.
      • Again . . . beta sitosterol is the active ingredient in saw palmetto, so what is the point in including saw palmetto, considering it offers no additional benefits?
    • They say it is a mistake to base your decision on price.
      • We actually agree 100% with that.
      • However they are implying that "you get what you pay for and more expesnive is better"
      • On the contrary our take is:
      • Don't assume that a more expensive product is better, it could be . . . but in many cases it is NOT and is just more expensive.

    • It's worth noting that the Super Prostate Formula supplement facts make the label claim of containing "Selenium (as Amino Acid Chelate)"
    • The truth is that Selenium can not be chelated . . . PERIOD.
    • They are NOT the only manufacturer to make this bogus claim, so it may just be ignorance and not an intentional misrepresentation.
    • But it does call into question all of their other label claims (particularly their beta sitosterol claim which i consider suspect).

    Update: May 27, 2017

    Super Prostate Formula is produced by Physician's Choice, Inc. and was promoted on TV infomercials during the early 2000's, until it was abruptly taken off the air in 2005, when Super Prostate Formula became the subject of an FDA warning letter, and Physician's Choice, Inc. was sued by the FTC for false advertising.

    During this period, Physician's Choice, Inc. also ran a string of other, very successful, slickly produced TV infomercials, all made to look like real TV shows, featuring scripted "fake" interviews between owner Stephan D. Karian and his business partner Michael Teplisky, M.D. (aka Michael Teplitsky).

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    Like, all of their other TV infomercials, the Super Prostate Formula "show" also featured "fake" testimonials, using professional actors, which I guess is where the false advertising charges stemmed from. Interestingly enough, the Super Prostate Formula website still features photos and testimonials from those same actors who starred in the TV infomercial.

    The FTC false advertising case against them, was settled in 2008 with Physician's Choice, Inc. agreeing to pay up to $20 million in consumer redress, which at the time, was the largest monetary judgment ever obtained in an FTC health fraud case.

    The fact that Physician's Choice, Inc. also received an FDA warning for making drug claims is not a red flag in itself. The FDA does not allow nutritional supplements to be promoted by citing scientific studies or using testimonials, which imply a cure or treatment for disease. They don't provide much guidance on this, so its an easy line to inadvertently cross, particularly at the time, when the Physician's Choice, Inc. infomercials were runnng.

    Many companies receive FDA warning letters, but typically, they go to the trouble and expense of seeking the highly coveted FDA closeout letter, which states that all cited issues have been brought into full compliance. It appears however, that Physician's Choice,Inc never received an FDA close out letter, which does beg the question . . . why not?

    Perhaps it was because, responding to FDA citations for all of their following products would have been a daunting and costly ordeal:

    Super Prostate Formula, Super Cholesterol Formula, Super Cardio Program Healthy Heart and Healthy Arteries, Super Liver Formula, Super Arthritis Formula, Super Glucose Formula, Super Eye, Liver Super Cold & Flu, Super CaIMag, Super Arthritis Cream, Super Slim Anti-Cellulite Cream, FemPro Breast Enhancement Gel, Super Female Formula Breast Enhancement Gel, FemPro Lip Volumizer Serum, Super Female Formula Lip Volumizer, Super Female Formula Cream, Super Thyroid Cream, FemPro, Super Cell Protector Anti-Wrinkle Serum, Super Cell Protector Age Spot Defying Cream, Super Hair Solutions, Super Cell Protector Daily Enzymatic Toner & Enzymatic Resurfacing Mask, Super Cell Protector Daily Enzymatic Cleanser, Super Cell Protector Rejuvenating Enzymatic Toner, Super Cell Protector 7-Day Enzymatic Resurfacing Mask, Super Cell Protector Rejuvenating Enzymatic Cleanser, Super Cell Protector Acne Clear, Super Carbo Blocker, Super Carbo Blocker 2, Super Lipo Blocker and Super Slim

    In 2008, a further FTC action was filed against Physician's Choice, Inc., for running new TV infomercials that violated some terms of the 2005 Court Order.

    Dr. Teplisky has also had many problems of his own. New York State's medical licensing authorities disciplined him in 1995 for sexual misconduct (regarding an incident in which he allegedly grabbed a patient's breasts without her permission), and in 2003 for negligence, incompetence, ordering unwarranted treatments and failure to maintain adequate medical records.

    I guess that is why Michael Teplisky, M.D.'s name or likeness is nowhere to be found on any Physician's Choice, Inc. websites or product labels anymore.

    Super Prostate Formula has evolved several times over the years. Their latest Formula consists of a 4 capsule serving, which provides 500 mg beta sitosterol (better than most, but still less than Prostate Miracle®) + a proprietary blend of all the other "usual suspects" (which are of no therapeutic value). I personally hate (and can't understand how the FDA allows) the use of proprietary blends on product labels. I "get" that the producer is protecting (hiding) his "secret" blend, but what about the consumer who knows not what he is getting?

    It's worth noting that a daily serving of Super Prostate Formula also provides 30 mg of zinc which we feel is WAY too much, bordering on the edge of toxic (depending on if the consumer is getting more zinc in his diet or from other supplements he may be taking).

    They offer a free bottle (but you have to pay about $10 s&h) and you have to agree to the terms of their $79.90 (plus s&h) automatic credit card re-billing.

    They offer another package (with automatic credit card billing too) that includes 2 free bottles of their Super Libido. I'm surprised, that with all Physician's Choice, Inc   has been through, they still sell Super Libido which we beleve is no more likely to increase libido than snake oil is. Perhaps with their history of brazen cavalier actions, I should NOT be surprised.

    Bottom line:
    • The good news is that Super Prostate Formula (as far as I know) does not participate in any "fake review sites".
    • The bad news is that Super Prostate Formula is made by a company, that has sold tons of bogus products, that did not work at all, and were promoted with false advertising.
    • Physician's Choice, Inc will automatically re-bill your credit card, if you buy Super Prostate Formula
    Buyer Beware

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    Prostate Care, Prostexanol

    prostate care   Protestexanol

    Update: May 23, 2016

    Healthy Choice Naturals (aka Mens Health Tech and Wellmates) produces "Prostate Care", which they have deceptively promoted as a "new and improved Prostate Miracle®". . . . an obvious ploy to trick people who are searching for Prostate Miracle® Advanced Formula, by NHS Global Distributors, Inc.

    Their price is significantly higher than Prostate Miracle® and so some people have been fooled into thinking . . . hmmm . . . "new and improved" Prostate Miracle® . . . it costs more . . . it must be better.

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    This deception couldn't be further from the truth and has propagated lots of confusion in the marketplace . . . So let's set the record straight . . .

    Healthy Choice Naturals and their product Prostate Care are not related in any way, shape or form to NHS Global Distributors. Inc and Prostate Miracle® Advanced Formula

    In fact our legal department has served them papers demanding that they cease and desist from infringing on our registered Prostate Miracle® trademark. After many phone calls to their corporate office, and after many unfulfilled promises, finally they did comply . . . but just for a short while . . . and then commenced again (perhaps thinking that they could "get away with it" again using a different company identity). Ultimately, Google stepped in and forced them to stop their deceptive online advertising. Amazingly enough, even today, they continue to advertise using our registered trademark (Prostate Miracle) as a search term and also use the deceptive name (Miracle Prostate) in the headline of their online ad. We understand that when you are "number one" everyone one wants to ride on your "coattails" . . . but don't you think this is going too far?

    Beware of this company . . .

    But enough about their company . . . Let's look at their formula . . . It has 300 mg of beta sitosterol . . . that's good . . . it has zinc citrate . . . that's good too . . . but why do they provide 30 mg per serving? . . . that amount of zinc is WAY too much . . . and could even be potentially dangerous.

    Their product also contains some DIM . . . (diindolymethane) . . . that's a nice idea . . . DIM truly is a great supplement to take for supporting prostate health . . . the problem is that you need to take 200 mg /day to get any support from it . . . their product only provides 40 mg per caplet . . . which is not nearly enough . . . Taking DIM in such a small amount is basically worthless . . . it does not make their formula any more effective . . . just more expensive.

    If there was a way to add 200 mg of DIM to Prostate Miracle® we would have . . . but it just didn't make sense to make Prostate Miracle® into a much larger capsule or alternatively, to provide a product (as they did) which doesn't provide enough DIM to be supportive.

    That is why Nature's Health Supply, Inc. formulated Estrogen Balance®, a companion product to Prostate Miracle®, which provides 200 mg of DIM as well as Quercetin and Flaxseed.

    "Prostate Care" is now being promoted as "advanced formula" and contains Bioperine® for which they claim is "proven to increase absorption by up to 60% ". I do not know what their basis is for making this claim . . . but in our research, we were unable to find any proof to this claim . . . leading me to the conclusion that any company, who would make such a claim relies on hype over substance.

    It is also interesting to note that although HealthyChoiceNaturals sells Roger Mason's book "The Natural Prostate Cure" They must not have read it . . . as Roger clearly states that . . . Lycopene is a total fraud and has no place in a prostate formula.

    The company Wellmates is yet another new alias for Healthy Choice Naturals (the same company that produces Prostate Care). As far as I can tell, their new product brand Prostexanol is nearly identical to Prostate Care with just a different name and label. One wonders why a reputable company would create a new brand and identity for their product and company name as many times as the makers of these products have!

    Though their brand and company names are new, their claims are NOT . . . They are making the same exact claims for this new brand as they do for their older brand: "96% effective" and "Relief in 5-7 days" which are both drug claims.


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    Advanced Prostate Formula

    Update: May 23, 2016

    Advanced Prostate Formula

    Advanced Bionutritionals is company that distributes Advanced Prostate Formula as well as a number of other health products including Pectasol which have been developed by Dr Isaac Eliaz. These products are also sold through EcoNugenics.LLC.

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    Before discussing their product Advanced Prostate Formula, I want to first talk about their company and the history that NHS Global Distributors, Inc® has with EcoNugenics.

    First of all, I think it only fair to say that both Advanced Bionutritionals and EcoNugenics have a very well qualified and impressively credentialed team of professionals, who all write very well about their products.

    Now for an account of the history we have had with them.

    In 2005, NHS Global Distributors, Inc® approached EcoNugenics with a proposal to feature Dr Eliaz in a TV infomercial, promoting our new (at the time) healthy detox support formula called Pectin Plus®, which uniquely combines Citrus Pectin with the extracts of both garlic and cilantro. At that time, EcoNugenics expressed some interest in the project and we had some dialog discussing the details of how this prospective project might work. We never did reach any agreement however and the next thing we knew, Dr Eliaz had introduced his own combination detox product. I am not suggesting that anything improper or unethical occurred, I am just stating what happened.

    We were somewhat disappointed in this development and when we expressed our thoughts to EcoNugenics, they suggested that perhaps NHS Global Distributors, Inc.® could promote their new product on TV instead of ours and in return they would give us a very favorable distributor price break making it a win-win venture. It took some time before they provided us their special price list, but when we finally received it, we were shocked at how "way over priced" their product was. Even worse, the "special" distributor price list they had promised was an insult to our intelligence. Where as, we were expecting discounts based on the purchase of 1000's of bottles at a time, they were only offering a marginal discount off their very high retail price, based on purchases of 24 bottles at a time. What a joke!

    Obviously we could never benefit from that kind of relationship, so we went on to launch Pectin Plus® ourselves without any association with Dr Eliaz or EcoNugenics at all. Shortly thereafter, we received a letter from a law firm representing EcoNugenics demanding that we cease and desist from citing any of Dr Eliaz's citrus pectin research on our website and also from using the ingredient Modified Citrus Pectin (MCP) in our product, unless of course we bought it from them (at their ridiculously high price of course).

    The raw material we had been using was in fact modified citrus pectin and even though we figured we had every right to use this raw material in our product, ultimately we decided that It was just not worth fighting over in court, particularly because, we had never seen any studies demonstrating that modified citrus pectin was any more supportive of healthy detoxification than generic citrus pectin. Additionally, we found a source of citrus pectin which unlike that used in Pectasol, is derived from grapefruits, which were grown pesticide free. (wild crafted). We feel (and so do our customers) that this a great advantage over products like Pectasol (and others) which could very well contain pesticides. Exposure to pesticides in not exactly what one wants, when one want to support health detoxification.

    Over all, I must say that I am pretty unimpressed with Advanced Prostate Formula.

    It DOES provide a proper amount of D.I.M (which is good), but it does NOT contain ANY concentrated, high potency beta sitosterol (which is very bad).

    Advanced Prostate Formula does contain the typical USELESS herbs that are frequently included in many prostate formulas, and it also contains a small amount of Swedish flower pollen extract, for which as far as I know, there exists NO clinical studies proving it's effectiveness for prostate support.

    In our opinion, just as with all of the EcoNugenics products, the Advanced-Bionutritional line of products are very much "over priced".

    As an example, they sell their Vitamin D3 product for $9.95 per bottle, which sounds cheap until you discover that the bottle only contains 60 capsules. NHS Global Distributors, Inc® was one of the first companies out there selling a 5,000 iu capsule of Vitamin D3. A bottle of our Vitamin D3 product (Dmax) contains 250 capsule for only $22.95 . . . obviously a much better deal than theirs particularly when you consider that we offer even deeper discounts on orders larger than 1 bottle. Of course, there is nothing unethical about charging a high price . . . a company has every right to charge what ever they want for their products. But that does not mean that customers should be willing to pay such high prices. Naturally quality comes at a cost, but sometimes a higher price fools some people into believing it is better quality, when it is not . . . just more expensive. (the single bottle price of Advanced Prostate Formula is $39.95 per bottle, while the single bottle price of Prostate Miracle® Advanced Formula is $29.95. The price difference is even more pronounced with larger orders)

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    Update: May 23, 2016

    Vixova is a relatively new prostate formula on the market today, produced by New Generation Labs aka Biogenica, LLC. Neither of these company names could be found on the Vixova website, but were found by searching various whois record databases.

    Vixova is touted by it's producers as a Swedish Prostate formula containing Pollexia™ which they say is a naturally-derived standardized pharmaceutical-grade botanical extract whose efficacy, has been scientifically proven with over 40 years of clinical studies.

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    The Vixova website also goes on to say that Pollexia is arguably the most studied natural extract in the field of prostate maintenance; and that in many cases, it improves men's sexual ability, specifically increasing semen production and climax.

    WOW . . . On the surface this sounds very impressive. But let's look a bit deeper into these claims.

    First of all a search in the database of the U.S. patent and trademark office ( does not return any results for Pollexia. Neither does a search in the database of Swedish trademarks (

    So what exactly is Pollexia?

    From what I was able to gather, it appears to be a made up unregistered TM trademark for a pollen extract of 8 pollens. But it does beg the questions: What pollens ? From what plants? How can something so nonspecific be considered standardized and pharmaceutical-grade?

    Secondly, though, it is true that for many years there have been claims about pollen extracts such as Cernilton and now Pollexia, these claims are so VAGUE . . . it is virtually impossible to make any sense of them. Furthermore, beta sitosterol has been studied for at least as long as pollen extract has and certainly has much more compelling research.

    Even if one could prove pollen extract had any value in treating BPH (overdosed rats hardly count as proof), pollen extract is exogenous (not found naturally in our bodies) and would at best only help some people temporarily. In contrast beta sitosterol, is endogenous (naturally found in our bodies) and for most people provides continued long term prostate support.

    In other words, pollen is essentially useless in the long term treatment of BPH. And the claim of "increasing semen production and climax" is completely unfounded.

    The Vixova website does cite some studies And it is worth noting that it is very common now-a-days to pay a clinic about $250,000 to do a double blind study on your product and then pay some third rate journal to publish it. The small print by law must admit this, but almost no one on earth gets full text studies, so they never see the fine print stating "cost have been paid by producer, etc.". Also these "studies" ALWAYS use a name brand and not generic supplements.

    I am not saying that I know for a fact these cited studies are tainted, but am just saying the whole thing smells very fishy to me!

    The botom line is that even if their claims were true (doubtful) they are drug claims and are thus ilegal.

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    Update: May 23, 2016

    Dr. Larry May promotes a prostate product on TV called Prosvent, which contains Pygeum Africanum, Lycopene, Nettle Root Extract, Saw Palmetto Extract, Pumpkin Seed Oil along with Vitamin E and D, Zinc and Selenium. Prosvent is rather expensive ($79.95 for a 60 day supply) and is a proprietary formula blend . . . meaning they don't disclose how much of each ingredient is contained in their product.

    The breakdown of their proprietary formula does not really matter, however because the most important thing to know about Prosvent is that it contains absolutely NO Beta Sitosterol what-so ever. That is right . . . Prosvent is one of the most expensive prostate products on the market, yet it does NOT even contain ANY of the single most important ingredient for supporting prostate health - Beta Sitosterol.

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    Warning: We have heard from MANY very angry EX-Prosvent customers, who have innocently taken advantage of Prosvent's "FREE Trial Offer", that not only were they very dissatisfied with the product, but even worse, every month they received 2 more additional bottles, which were charged to their credit card.

    • Some have reported that after complaining about this automatic monthly charge, through Prosvent's customer service email address, they received an auto response stating that they would be contacted within 48 to 72 hours, but never were.
    • Others have reported that they called the customer service phone number and were put on hold for a very long time, and upon finally getting through to an agent, were told that once the item is shipped, it can not be returned for a refund.
    • Others have reported that even after repeatedly speaking to customer representatives, requesting their unauthorized automatic billing stop at once, they continued to have their card charged each month.
    • Please note that none of these alleged Prosvent business practices have actually been verified by us, but considering the vast number of horror stories we have heard, we felt it important to make this warning.
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    Prostate Power Rx

    Prostate Power Rx

    Update: May 23, 2016

    Advance Physician Formulas, Inc distributes a prostate supplement formulated by Dr Ray Sahelian, M.D. called Prostate Power Rx It contains SOME Beta Sitosterol, but ONLY 40 mg/2 capsule serving. (not nearly enough) It is worth noting that Prostate Power Rx also provides Quercetin . . . but only 80 mg /2 capsule serving (again . . . not nearly enough).

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    The truth is that quercetin is a great supplement to take for supporting prostate health but the supportive amount is at least 250 mg/day . . .

    The 80 mg/ 2 capsule serving that Prostate Power Rx provides is unlikely to provide any support.

    If there was a way to add 250 mg of quercetin to Prostate Miracle® we would have . . . but it just didn't make sense to make Prostate Miracle® into a much larger capsule or alternatively, to provide a product (as they did) which doesn't provide enough quercetin to be effective. That is why NHS Global Distributors, Inc formulated Estrogen Balance® . . . a companion product to Prostate Miracle® which provides 250 mg of Quercetin as well as DIM and Flaxseed.

    One last point about Prostate Power Rx . . . their product name is somewhat misleading . . .

    it seems to imply that Prostate Power RX is a prescription drug or is of "prescription strength", which of course is NOT true.

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    Urinozinc Update: May 1, 2019

    Today, we noticed that Urinozinc is once again being advertised using "Prostate Miracle" (our trademark) as a search term, obviously trying to redirect customers looking for Prostate Miracle to theirs.

    Their paid ad makes the following claim:

    New Physician based study showed 87% satisfaction amoong men 50+

    yet, their website makes no mention of any such study. Wouldn't you think that if such a study existed, it would be proudly shown?

    I did notice that product package now has a new label, which makes the claim:

    #1 Prostate Health Brand

    How do they "know" that? I can tell you for sure, that they do not know how many units of Prostate Miracle have been sold, which would certainly need to be known to make such a claim.

    I can also tell you there is nothing special about this product, just a run of the mill product with zinc and some saw palmetto and other useless herbs, and only 200mg of low quality soy based beta sitosterol (more than likely sourced from China).

    Update: May 23, 2016


    Urinozinc is a prostate product made by Vitanergy. Like many companies, who capitalize on the popularity of Prostate Miracle®, their site can be found by doing a google search for "prostate miracle". They make the claim to be "the only PATENTED dietary supplement for alleviating the symptoms of an enlarged prostate".

    This is a rather absurd claim . . .

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    First of all can nutritional supplements even be patented? And . . . even if they could . . . is that supposed to mean that a patented formula is somehow better than one that is not? It is worth noting that Vitanergy does not refer to their patent number anywhere on their site (that I could find). Furthermore, I have searched for their patent on the USPTO website, but was unable find it.

    A look at their supplement facts listed on their website reveals that their product contains some herbs, vitamins and minerals but NO Beta Sitosterol Complex what-so-ever.

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    Prostate Health Essentials

    Prostate Health Essentials

    Update: May 23, 2016

    Prostate Health Essentials is a relatively new product made by Senior Life Health. They promote their product online with some rather absurd claims:

    Let's examine these claims closer.

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    • They are THE number one Selling product
      • What is the basis for this self serving claim ? Our sales statistics are not a matter of public record . . . so even if it was true (extremely unlikely) . . . How in the world could they possibly know how their sales compare to ours? The answer to that question is . . . quite simply . . . They couldn't know . . . hence the claim is ridiculous!
      • It does beg the question . . . How much credibility can a company which makes ridiculous self-serving claims like this have?

    • "Yes, We have 30+ Ingred. - 30+ Ingrd. are Better Than 4 Ingrd."
      • I am sure that some people will be fooled into thinking that a product containing "30+ Ingredients" is superior to a product which contains less ingredients. Many in the natural health industry bank on this fallacy and prey upon the uneducated, using what we in the industry refer to as "window dressing" (a long list of ingredients with less than therapeutic amounts) to lure people towards their product. In reality, there is no value at all in using less than the suppoortive amounts of any particular ingredient. Furthermore, as we have already pointed out, many of the commonly used ingredients in prostate formulas, such as saw palmetto and lycopene, provide no support at all and could even potentially cause negative reactions.
      • I must say that, I have never seen a prostate formula with includes as many ingredients as "Prostate Health Essentials" claims to contain. Aside from the points we already made about the prevalence in our industry of "window dressing" and/or providing ingredients you really don't need or want. . . Each capsule of Prostate Health Essentials" claims to contain 519.33 mg of combined ingredients - If their label claim is actually true, I would expect their capsule size to be HUGE.
      • Speaking of capsules . . . unlike Prostate Miracle® Advanced Formula, which uses a 100% vegetable capsule, the "Prostate Health Essentials" label includes gelatin, indicating that their capsule is not of 100% vegetable origin. Furthermore, their product contains the fillers magnesium stearate and stearic acid. Additionally, it is VERY important to note that although they brag about how many ingredients their product contains, there is no mention of the quality of ingredients. Do they use US sourced Beta sitosterol or the cheaper and inferior beta sitosterol made in China?

    • Their product Shrinks Enlarged Prostate in 5-7 days. FAST!
      • This is another inconsistent unfounded and ilegal claim they make.
        • On the one hand their google ad says: "Prostate symptoms gone in 5-7 days >100% Guarantee"
        • But on the other hand their website says "Now, we don't claim it will work overnight. (And if you find a company that claims their supplement does, seal your wallet fast!) We do find that our customers get initial relief within 1-2 weeks, with full results at 4-6 weeks."
        • And finally their website says "We guarantee results within 6 weeks or we will refund 100% of your purchase price!"
        • So what are they really claiming . . . 5-7 days, 1-2 weeks or 4-6 weeks?

    • Powerful Enough to Knock Down Prostate Infections
      • One wonders what the basis for this bold claim is. They don't discuss which of any of the contained ingredients does this nor do they cite any clinical studies which back up this claim at all. They just make this claim and expect you to believe it with no supporting information. Of course this is also an ilegal drug claim

    The bottom line is that this product is promoted using absurd, unfounded, self serving ilegal claims. The credibility of a new company using such tactics certainly raises a red fag of concern about their product.

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    Prostate Magic

    Prostate Magic

    Update: May 23, 2016

    ProstateMagic is made by Golden Dog Incorporated. Wow . . . talk about a confusing website. On the one hand, they seem to praise the merits of beta sitosterol and even make a point about their product containing a super-charged combination of beta-sitosterol, stigmasterol, campesterol and brassicasterol, but on the other hand, they seem to suggest that beta sitosterol doesn't work and that ProstateMagic, not having it, works so much better.

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    Since their website was so unclear, I checked the supplement facts specified on their label to ascertain how much beta sitosterol ProstateMagic actually contains. As far as I was able to see, it contains none. At best there could be some beta sitosterol in the Chinese herbs their product contains, but just as the case with saw palmetto, pygeum africanum, stinging nettles, pumpkinseed and other herbs . . . the concentration of beta sitosterol in these herbs is too small to have any supportive value.

    Their website says that ProstateMagic is made in the USA, but that does not equate to meaning all of its ingredients come from the USA. As far as I know, Chinese herbs come from China. Furthermore who in their right mind would consume any ingestible originating from China which has such an awful track record for purity, contamination and quality control standards in general.

    ProstateMagic is advertised for $49.95, which is very expensive for a product containing no beta sitosterol.

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    Prostate Revive

    Prostate Revive

    Update: May 23, 2016

    Prostate Revive is a relatively new product being sold by MedixSelect, for which Dr. David Brownstein is the spokesperson.

    The good news about this product is, that it is NOT being promoted on a fake review site (at least not that we know of so far). And that MedixSelect does NOT hide their identity.

    The bad news is, that Prostate Revive is just another ineffective product. Like so many others out there, they try to impress with a long list of ingredients. This "window dressing" approach often fools many, who think that more ingredients must be better, but as we have exposed before, a tiny amount of unneeded ingredients is basically worthless.

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    • Saw palmetto, pumpkin seed, phygeum africanium, stinging nettle and other similar herbs contain such a small amount of beta sitosterol, that one wonders why they would even be included in any prostate support formula . . . the answer of course is "window dressing".

    • This formula DOES have an adequate amount of phytosterols, however we find it rather strange, that although Dr Brownstein himself says in his video to avoid soy, he uses GMO soy derived phytosterols (as evidenced by the 40% beta sitosterol potency) in his formula. This is a very serious shortcoming with this product.
    • Including pomegranate fruit extract to provide ellagitannins, sounds like a good idea, the problem is that it would take 2 grams/day of the extract to provide the 40 mg of ellagitannins, that clinical studies have found to be beneficial. The amount that ProstaRevive provides (200 mg/2 capsule serving) is woefully inadequate (1800 mg less than needed). In other words worthless "window dressing" again.

    • The label claim for selenium says "from amino acid chelate", but as we have explained before, there is no such thing as a selenium chelate. This is a bogus label label claim!

    Although, we've got nothing bad to say about Dr Brownstein, who appears to be a legitimate holistic health practitioner. . . Others are not so convinced, as evidenced by the following negative online review:

    Con Artists, Liars and Thieves By Deborah Lancaster on August 21, 2015,

    "I called the company to cancel the "trial" and any future shipments and was assured it would be taken care of. When I got something I never ordered within the next week, I called once again and was once again assured everything would be cancelled. I even decided to not fight about a refund considering it "my stupid tax" for the year.

    60 days go by and I think all is fine and the next thing I know I'm getting 2 or 3 bottles of something I've never heard of, much less ordered. During the next several months I made several phone calls to try to stop this mess. Then my credit card expiration date changed and I figured that would be the end of it, since the card was no longer valid. Wrong, they charged their over-priced, ineffective crap to an expired card. Again, phone calls and emails and letters, one from my lawyer's office. I have an email sitting here assuring me I would not be charged for anything else and my subscription or whatever you want to call it is cancelled. Just logged into my checking account and guess who's there trying to rob me again? Well, I consider using an out of date credit card fraud and since they used the U.S. Mail to accomplish this transaction, it then becomes mail fraud. I will be filing my complaints with the U.S. Postal Service on Monday, but in the meantime, I will be filing a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission along with every other federal, state, and local agency I can think of. I will stop this racket. If we don't stand up and stop people like this, they'll do it to someone else or more likely, they'll show up on our doorsteps once again.

    News Max and this Medix Select will make you absolutely nuts. They can fill your inbox with more crap than ought to be legal by anybody's standards. I'm out to give them a black eye everywhere I can and will use any and all legal means I have to, to stop them. This is no threat, it is a promise. After messing with them for over a year, I think I've been more than patient and, thus far, they have not honored any of their commitments to me.


    The bottom line is that although this product is NOT promoted unethically as so many others are, we do not consider it to be a good product, and it is WAY overpriced at $39.95/bottle.

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    Prostate Miracle® Advanced Formula

    60 capsules per bottle (30 servings)

    • Beta Sitosterol (600 mg/serving)
    • Zinc (15 mg/serving)
    • Selenium (70 mcg/serving)
    • Vitamin D3 (2,000 iu's/serving)

    Serving size: 2 capsules
    Suggested use:
    1 capsule twice per day
    1 bottle $29.95 Add to cart
    2 bottles
    $25.95 each
    $51.90 Add to cart
    3 bottles
    $22.95 each
    $68.85 Add to cart
    6 bottles
    $19.95 each
    $119.70 Add to cart

    Prostate Duo Pack

    1 of each $54.95 Add to cart
    2 of each
    $49.48 per duo
    $98.95 Add to cart
    3 of each
    $45.32 per duo
    $135.95 Add to cart
    6 of each
    $43.82 per duo
    $262.95 Add to cart

    Prostate Trio Pack

    1 of each $83.95 Add to cart
    2 of each
    $77.48 per trio
    $154.95 Add to cart
    3 of each
    $72.65 per trio
    $217.95 Add to cart
    6 of each
    $64.33 per trio
    $385.95 Add to cart

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    Cholesterol Metabolizer® a 100% natural, formula which helps support healthy cholesterol. Cholesterol Metabolizer® is the only healthy cholesterol support product, which contains beta sitosterol, beta glucan, soy isoflavens and Chromax® (chromium picolinate) combined together in one formula.

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    Diabetes Daily Care®


    Diabetes Daily Care® a Unique, 100% Natural Formula, which helps support healthy blood sugar. Combining the extracts of Cinnamon Bark, Banaba Leaf, Fenugreek, Gymnema Sylvestre and Mamordica with Alpha Lipoic Acid, Chromax® and Vanadium, Diabetes Daily Care® distinguishes itself from other natural diabetes support formula out there, by containing all of these ingredients together in generous amounts.

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    Sea of Greens®

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    Sea of Greens™ is a 100% natural, Whole-Superfood supplement, combining an optimal blend of edible sea vegetables (from the pristine northern Atlantic Ocean) with Freshwater algae. Containing 5 species of seaweed (Bladderwrack, Wakame, Rockweed, Sea Lettuce and Dulse) + 2 species of freshwater algae (Spirulina & Chlorella), Sea of Greens™ is a rich source of organically bound vegetable iodine as well as fucoidan. Each bottle contains (180) vegetable capsules (a 30 day supply).

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    Dmax: Vitamin D3

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    Vitamin D3 plays an important role in building and maintaining good bone health. Adequate calcium and vitamin D throughout life, along with physical activity, may reduce the risk of osteoporosis in later life. D MAX contains a whooping 5,000 iu's of Vitamin D3 per capsule.

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    Pectin Plus®


    Pectin Plus® contains Citrus Pectin (from grapefruit rind) plus the extracts of Cilantro and aged Garlic (standardized and deodorized). Pectin Plus® supports healthy detoxification, healthy cholesterol, a healthy immune response, healthy blood pressure, healthy cell growth
    and promotes prostate health too.
    Each bottle contains 180 capsules (a 30 day supply).

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    vK2® Vitamin K2

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    Vitamin K2 plays an important role in shuttling calcium AWAY from where it should NOT be (heart valves, arterial linings and kidneys) TO where it SHOULD be (bones & teeth). Unlike most Vitamin K formulas, vK2® provides both MK-4 (5 mg) AND MK-7 (100 mcg), is pharmaceutical grade (containing 99% trans form isomers) and is European sourced (not Chinese). vK2® was formulated to be the perfect compliment to Dmax. (one capsule of vK2 should be taken for each capsule of Dmax taken)

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    Immune System Plus

    Immune System Plus™ is an immune system support formula based on Beta Glucan, which is extracted from oat and is unsurpassed in it's ability to help support a healthy immune response. Immune System Plus™ is uniquely combined with Alpha Lipoic Acid, Tri Methyl Glycine, Colostrum and the extracts of Elderberry and Andographis, as well as Vitamins C and B12, Folate and Selenium.

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    Estrogen Balance

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    Estrogen Balance™ is a Natural Formula which
    supports healthy estrogen in both Men and Women. Uniquely Combining: D.I.M., Quercetin and Flaxseed, Estrogen Balance™ supports an optimal ratio of "good" to "bad" estrogen metabolites. The latest research strongly implicates "estrogen dominance" as a major contributing factor in perimenopause and premenstrual syndrome, prostate enlargement, early age heart attacks and cancer.
    Each bottle of Estrogen Balance™ contains 60 caplets (a 30 day supply).

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