Preworkout Ingredients vs Prostate

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I'm researching but figured you lifters have information on preworkout ingredients that affect prostate. I'll post what I find as this thread moves forward. Anyone have information about this?
 
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So far I found that ephedrine can affect the prostate.
 
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not too many pre workout with ephedrine those days
 
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but I'm sure that there is a fuk loads of other ****s which can affects the prostate
 
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but I'm sure that there is a fuk loads of other ****s which can affects the prostate
You know, it's strange that there is more information on herbs to protect the prostate than studies on preworkout ingredients vs prostate health.
 
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You know, it's strange that there is more information on herbs to protect the prostate than studies on preworkout ingredients vs prostate health.
people do not have business to study ingredients. vs prostate but they have business to claim that pre workouts are completely safe in long term use no 1 selling supplements in the world.....
 
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I'm researching but figured you lifters have information on preworkout ingredients that affect prostate. I'll post what I find as this thread moves forward. Anyone have information about this?
Prostate health comes down to Estrogens, DHT, general cell proliferation rates, cell continuance, alpha-adrenergic and adrenaline activity.
So avoid,

-PhytoEstrogens; including fenugreek and Soy.
-Certain stimulants; ephedrine, synephrine and any alpha-1-selective adrenergic agonist such as those in cold medicines.
-Anything that spikes Insulin too quickly.
 
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Good thread idea. With so many things out in the world today it will be some time before SO MANY long term effects are observed but that doesn't mean we stop looking. Sad thing is when's the last time someone looked at the references detailing the inclusion of an ingredient and tried to gather the whole picture as to what it's doing in the body? I'm shocked and appalled at this sometimes but I'm glad to see this topic started. We all need to be more conscious of what we are putting in our body for some simple short term effect.
 
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Ya'll actually reminded me to write this article, I'll link it to this thread here, let me know if you have anything else to chip in.
I was gonna write it a week ago and got sidetracked by another project.
http://area1255.blogspot.com/2016/03/supplements-medications-to-avoid-if-you.html
Also, if anyone is interested in writing for us , let me know!

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From experience using a long list of PWO's, it seems anything with DMAA causes prostate issues (i.e. Reduced urine flow) for me.
 
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Add Ready for War to my personal prostate issue list. Damn. I liked it for a preworkout.
 
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There's something in the Bloodshed War and Raw samples that does this to me recently. This has happened in the past for me with OxyECA and the OG OxyElitePro. Also the pill version of Redline from around 2008, 2009ish

Ephedrine and synephrine are the only 2 stims that I'm positive cause a reduced urine flow for me. I have not been able to identify what the other specific ingredients yet.
 

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