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 What are the dangers of beta-sitosterol?

Answer Beta-sitosterol is a type of fatty substance found in plants that is similar to cholesterol in humans. Despite its uses by herbal practitioners for the treatment of enlarged prostate, beta-sitoster... Read More »
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What are the benefits of beta-sitosterol?

Phytosterols are a type of substance used by plants as a building block for cells. There are a variety of types of phytosterols, including beta-sitosterol, which herbalists recommend for the treatm... Read More »
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Where is beta-sitosterol absorbed?

Beta-sitosterol, a cholesterol-reducing drug, binds to cholesterol compounds and makes them less likely to be absorbed into the bloodstream. Only 5 to 10 percent of the drug itself is absorbed by t... Read More »
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Does beta sitosterol shrink the prostate?

Beta sitosterol is a type of phytochemical similar to cholesterol that occurs naturally in many plants. As a dietary supplement, it is reputed to be beneficial in treating an enlarged prostate, als... Read More »
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Does Beta-Sitosterol cause dizziness?

Beta-Sitosterol, a naturally occurring fat that is present in any plant which produces oil, does not cause dizziness. It is used to lower cholesterol and relieve symptoms of an enlarged prostate. I... Read More »
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