01 Oct What is Selenium?
As its most basic level, selenium is a chalcogen element, or member of the oxygen family. There are two types of selenium: the relatively rare inorganic element found in trace amounts in pyrite and other rocks, and dietary, or organic. We will be discussing dietary selenium.
Selenium has numerous benefits, ranging from boosting immune system health to promoting prostate wellness. Selenium is an essential element for the human body to function at optimal levels. It can play a supporting role in reproductive health, metabolic health, cardiovascular health, and cognitive function. Too much of a good thing can be bad, however. Make sure that you are not taking more than the recommended daily dose in order to avoid any adverse reactions. It is best to consult a medical professional in order to determine what level is best for you and your health needs.
High Selenium Yeast
High selenium yeast is one of the key ingredients in HP8: Herbal Prostate Support. It is a powerful antioxidant that is used in both human and animal supplements. It is most beneficial when taken regularly on a day-to-day basis. It offers the same health benefits of the type of selenium that is found in selenium-rich foods. Selenium yeast can be especially beneficial for people who live in regions where the soil is not as selenium-rich as other parts of the world. The selenium content of the soil can absolutely affect the selenium content of the food grown in said soil. Soil in the West and Midwest is richer in selenium than soil in the South and Northeast United States.
When a team of scientists from Southern Cross University in New South Wales, Australia discovered that many recommended herbs, when taken together, canceled each other out—eliminating any health benefits from taking them. They made it their mission to create a blend of all-natural ingredients that would work synergistically to support prostate health, with selenium being the main active ingredient. Thus, HP8 was created and has been astounding users ever since with its potent benefits and fast-acting compounds. Read published research about the benefits of HP8 here.