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Pomogranate Juice lowers PSA

jcap38
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Joined: Aug 2011

Had radical p 15 years ago and have been healthy. In last 2 years, my PSA rising every 6 months. .15, .20, .21,.26(six months ago.) Started drinking Pomogranate juice a few months ago. I take 4 oz's and dilute with water. Delicious. Drink it with lunch and dinner. Yesterday, received my blood work. PSA down to .16. So I'm back to where I was 2 years ago! Buy it at Cosco by the case. Much cheaper than other stores.

Any other comments about Pomogranate juice?

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lewvino
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Joined: May 2009

I was drinking pomogranate juice and then switched to capsules that you can get at health food stores. Not sure if it is helping since I'm also taking many other things along with the pomogranage. All I know is my PSA has stayed undetectable since surgery 2 years ago.

lewvino

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Dr. Heber at UCLA has done research about the effctiveness of pomogranate juice on those with a rising PSA.

I personally drink pomograte juice as well as other juices. I think that it is positive to drink any of them, and to eat lots of fruits and vegies.

robert1
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Joined: Apr 2011

I started drinking about 6-8 ounces of straight pomegranate juice daily a couple of months ago, and my PSA reading dropped a half point (3.96 to 3.50) in about 30 days. I am in treatment now, so any further changes will be hard to credit to the jiuice. No other big changes in diet or lifestyle I can think of.

It is expensive. Can't wait to try Cosco or Sam's to save some money.

I'm a fan.

robert1
Posts: 82
Joined: Apr 2011

I started drinking about 6-8 ounces of straight pomegranate juice daily a couple of months ago, and my PSA reading dropped a half point (3.96 to 3.50) in about 30 days. I am in treatment now, so any further changes will be hard to credit to the jiuice. No other big changes in diet or lifestyle I can think of.

It is expensive. Can't wait to try Cosco or Sam's to save some money.

I'm a fan.

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