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Peenuts Review

An above-average prostate supplement that could be improved with more DHT-blockers

ProstateHealthJournal.com’s Rating:

Amazon.com Rating:
2.3 out of 5 stars
(5 customer reviews)

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What is Peenuts?

Aside from being a funny name, Peenuts is an herbal prostate supplement.

ProstateHealthJournal.com’s Ingredient Analysis:

Criteria Our Comments
DHT Lowering Ingredients Saw Palmetto
Beta-Sitosterol
Quercetin
Pygeum
Stinging Nettles
Pumpkin Seed
DHT is a form testosterone that inflames and irritates the prostate. Peenuts does not have beta-sitosterol, one of the most important DHT blockers, but it does have saw palmetto, pygeum, stinging nettles, and pumpkin seed.
Anti-Inflammatory Ingredients Boswellia serrata
Stinging Nettles
Green Tea
Lycopene
Cat’s Claw
Raspberry
Rosemary
Garlic
Anti-inflammation ingredients will reduce the irritation and swelling your prostate has and prevent further damage. Peenuts has stinging nettles and garlic which is an uncommon anti-oxidant.
Prostate Nutrients
Zinc
Copper
Selenium
Vitamin C
Vitamin E
Like all organs in the body, the prostate needs certain nutrients to function. Peenuts has zinc, selenium, vitamin E, as well as many amino acids.
Artificial dyes No Titanium Dioxide
No FD&C
Artificial dyes like titanium dioxide have been found to increase the risk of cancer. FD&C also have negative effects. Peenuts has none of these.

Peenuts Ingredients

Peenuts’s formulation was better than average but could use improvements in some areas.

Peenuts is missing a key DHT-blocking ingredient, beta-sitosterol. Saw palmetto is effective along with pumpkin seed, stinging nettles, and pygeum but they are a lot more effective when used with beta-sitosterol.

It only has two ingredients that address inflammation,¬† stinging nettles and garlic. Garlic isn’t typically used as an anti-inflammatory since it’s used in cooking but it works.

Peenuts has zinc, selenium, vitamins, and many amino acids so its prostate nutrient package is pretty robust.

It also has no artificial dyes. All in all, Peenuts is an above average supplement.

Does Peenuts Work?

Peenuts focuses mostly on providing the prostate with required nutrients. It could be improved by addressing the root cause of inflammation, DHT, better by having beta-sitosterol. It could also have more anti-inflammatory ingredients.

Peenuts does provide many prostate nutrients but there are better, more comprehensive supplements on the market.

Is Peenuts Safe?

Peenuts uses ingredients that are natural and the dosages are reasonable. It has no harmful dyes or coloring.

Peenuts Ingredients:

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Capsules
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid) 20 mg 33%
Vitamin E (as natural d-alpha tocopherol) 50 IU 167%
Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine HCl) 20 mg 1000%
Zinc (as zinc glycinate) 20 mg 133%
Selenium (as selenemothionine) 100mcg 143%
Proprietary Blend 609mg *
L-Glycine *
L-Alanine *
L-Glutamic Acid *
Saw Palmetto (fruit extract) *
Pygeum Extract (Pygeum africanum)(Bark) *
Pumpkin ( Cucurbita maxima)(seed) *
Stinging nettle (root) *
Echinacea purpurea (root,leaf) *
Garlic (bulb) *
Ginkgo biloba Extract (leaf) *

Other Ingredients: Microcrystalline Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide, and Gelatin


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