Eating less meat and fat, eating more tomatoes, and getting more exercise are all ways that a man can lower his prostate-specific antigen count, according to HowStuffWorks. Taking aspirin and drinking pomegranate juice are also ways to lower the prostate-specific antigen count.
Cutting out meat and fat from the diet is very important when working to lower prostate-specific antigen counts, explains HowStuffWorks. Too much meat and fat can cause hormones to rise, which makes the prostate larger. There is also evidence that eating tomatoes can help to lower a man's prostate-specific antigen count thanks to the lycopene found in them. Studies show that men who eat at least 10 servings of tomatoes a week may lower the risk of prostate cancer by 35 percent.
Men who regularly exercise also may lower the prostate-specific antigen count in the body, claims HowStuffWorks. Moderate exercise, yoga and even meditation are all said to help lower these numbers. Aspirin is often used to prevent heart issues, but it may also help to lower the prostate-specific antigen count in men who take it regularly. Studies show it may lower the count by as much as 9 percent. Studies also show that men who have had prostate cancer in the past may prevent it from returning by drinking pomegranate juice. The phytochemicals in pomegranate juice may help to reduce the time of cancer progression.