Study: lycopene in your supplement may be dangerous

Check your supplement bottles — are you taking any lycopene?


Dr. Ari Magill MD is a board-certified physician who believes in helping men help themselves by living naturally healthy, happy, and sexy lives. He is a paid sponsor of our newsletter.

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Hey, Dr. Magill here, and I just found this study showing how lycopene made rats’ hormone levels go haywire… 

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Their testosterone levels fell 50% below normal ranges, just from a tiny little bit of lycopene.

And even the rats’ prostates were affected — and not in a good way…

So why am I telling you this?

Well, believe it or not, most male prostate supplements contain lycopene!

It’s in all of the top-rated prostate supplements on the market right now, and that worries me…

The rats in this study… they were only given human-equivalent doses…

So if a “healthy” amount of lycopene is doing THAT to male rats…

…what in the world is it doing to human men and their prostates?

I’m not willing to take that risk… so I avoid any supplements with lycopene.

And I want my testosterone to stay as high as it can be, so I also avoid supplements with these 2 other testosterone-harming ingredients

Do the doc a favor and check your bottles for all 3 of these ingredients when you get home!

Yours for better health and sex,

–Dr. Ari Magill, MD

Board Certified Physician