Prohormone & Supplement Ingredients:

Beta Sitosterol (B-Sitosterol)

Beta Sitosterol, also known as B-Sitosterol, is one of the many plant sterols (phytosterols) that are similar to natural cholesterol. They can be found in a number of different fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds. Many Beta sitosterols are white and waxy; they appear to be powdery and they have a unique odor. They are alcohol-soluble, but are hydrophobic. This trait makes them a bit tricky to utilize, but they are frequently used in medications.

Some of the most common uses for beta sitosterol include:

-Heart disease medication. Beta sitosterol promotes good heart health and helps improve circulation.
-High cholesterol treatment regimens. Even though they are similar to cholesterol, they encourage good cholesterol development and maintain levels.
-Immune system boosting, even if you’re just fighting the common cold. In most cases, however, beta sitosterol is used to help with HIV/AIDS, rheumatoid arthritis, tuberculosis (TB), and lupus.
-Many medications used to help with gall stones contain some form of beta sitosterol.
-Even though not many scientific studies have found a link, many people will take beta sitosterol supplements to help prevent colon cancer and cervical cancer.
-Some men will use beta sitosterol to help prevent prostate problems, including enlarged prostate and/or the prevention of prostate cancer.
-Some studies suggest that beta sitosterol can help with some of the symptoms of menopause, especially mood swings and hot flashes.
-Certain sexual activity enhancing supplements contain beta sitosterol.
-Beta sitosterol can help reduce inflammation; some marathon runners will use it to help reduce pain and swelling after a race.

If you are curious about the use of beta sitosterol and how it may be able to help you, we’ve provided you with some links that you can check out at your earliest convenience:
Supplements with this ingredient:
RA Mass/Strength Formula (Prohormones)

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