Researchers from the University of California in Los Angeles have found that drinking eight ounces of pomegranate juice significantly lengthened the amount of time it took for the men's average PSA levels to double (from 14 to 26 months, on average).

Allan J. Pantuck, MD, assistant professor of urology at the University of California stated that "before the men in the study began consuming pomegranate juice, the average PSA doubling time, a measure of tumor activity, was 15 months and the average time after treatment was 37 months.

So, there was almost a 2-year increase in the doubling time."

Pomegranate juice contains a number of antioxidants thought to have anti-cancer effects.

In addition to the beneficial increase in PSA doubling time, further testing showed decreased cancer cell division and proliferation and increased cancer cell death.

Urine testing confirmed the presence of pomegranate antioxidants in all men

source - Ronald Grisanti D.C.