Can Dietary Supplements Lower PSA?

June 24, 2021

This past week numerous patients reported a reduction in their PSA after starting the lifestyle regimen I prescribed. They wanted to know what caused such a drop in PSA.

This past week numerous patients reported a reduction in their Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) test after starting the prescribed lifestyle regimen. They wanted to know what precisely caused such a drop in PSA.

All were keen on ImmunoPCTN and GDtoxSel as the cause of such a reduction leading to such favorable results. Besides following the prescribed lifestyle protocol for prostate cancer, a few already ate clean, exercised, and the only difference was consuming ImmunoPCTN and GDtoxSel.

Can Dietary Supplements lower PSA?

In my clinical experience, I’ve seen specific dietary supplements lower PSA, but, as always, dietary supplements alone are one part of comprehensive lifestyle practices to keeping men cancer-free and PSA stable.

Aside from the whole program being most important than some of its parts, some research does support my clinical experience regarding the effect of dietary supplements on stabilizing PSA.

For example:

  • A combination of pomegranate, broccoli, green tea, and turmeric compared to placebo helped lower PSA in men after PSA recurrence after prostate cancer treatment by 63% compared to placebo.
  • When patients with high-grade prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia (HGPIN), a precursor to prostate cancer, were observed, daily green tea extract supplementation for a year decreased serum PSA concentrations compared with placebo in two trials.
  • In combined LUTS and BPH, supplementation with selenium and Milk thistle (silymarin) for 6 months produced a significant reduction in PSA in the intervention group.
  • Lastly, broccoli extract stabilized PSA (increase PSA doubling time by 86% – a good thing) in a group of men with prostate cancer recurrence.

As you know, ImmunoPCTN and GDtoxSel contain all the mentioned ingredients plus more that help keeps you well.

The PSA reduction from nutraceuticals does not seem to be a false positive. In other words, the decline in serum PSA is likely due to some anti-inflammatory and anti-proliferative reasons, not progression of disease despite a decrease in PSA number.

Despite the importance of taking focused dietary supplements to slow down PSA progression and improve longevity, exercise, diet, and the XY Wellness program as a whole are foundational to accomplish such excellent outcomes.

Keep at it.

Yours in Good Health,
Dr. Geo, Co-founder & Medical Director