This ‘Movember’, men can do one simple thing to reduce their risk of prostate cancer by ensuring they get a regular does of lycopene, an antioxidant found in tomatoes, and help to raise money for a worthy charity at the same time.
Ateronon, ‘the tomato pill’, is advising men to take one simple step to look after their prostate health by taking a daily dose of lycopene during November which, is also known as Movember.
The charity Movember is responsible for men all around the world growing a moustache, to raise awareness and important funds for men’s health, in particular prostate and testicular cancer.
Dr Alf Lindberg, former Chair of the Medical Board of the Nobel Prize Foundation and Scientific Director of CamNutra Ltd, comments: “Ateronon is a lycopene supplement that research has shown to provide males with excellent prostate health, as well as improving an individual’s cardiovascular well-being.”
Many studies have found that regularly eating tomatoes or tomato products may reduce the risk of prostate cancer, because lycopene intercepts cancer's ability to make the connections it needs to attach to a healthy blood supply. The-one-a-day, food supplement, Ateronon, contains the equivalent of three kgs of Mediterranean tomatoes cooked in olive oil. In capsule form, Ateronon, is the most bioavailable lycopene on the market and is more easily absorbed into the body than being digested in its food form.
Lycopene, the key ingredient in Ateronon, has been found to be beneficial for good prostate health. Lycopene helps to prevent natural damage and deterioration of the body’s cells and is one hundred times more powerful than vitamin E.
Throughout the month of November, Ateronon, is offering a 20% discount to customers, when using the promotional code ATERPROS20, enabling them to take vital steps to look after their prostate health.
Ateronon is available to buy online from www.ateronon.com and is priced at £29.99 for one box of 30 capsules. It is also available to buy in Boots stores and independent pharmacies across the UK.