A man can lower his prostate specific antigen count by eating more tomatoes and drinking pomegranate juice, according to Patrick Kiger for HowStuffWorks. It is also important to cut out meat, take aspirin and get more exercise.
Tomatoes and foods that contain tomatoes, such as pasta sauce and ketchup, can help to lower the prostate specific antigen count, explains Kiger. Tomatoes contain lycopene, an antioxidant that helps to reduce the risk of prostate cancer. Studies show that men who eat a lot of tomatoes have a 35 percent lower chance of developing prostate cancer than those who do not.
Pomegranate juice is also helpful for men who have high prostate specific antigen counts, as studies show those who drink the juice have lower counts, states Kiger. Studies also show pomegranate juice is good for the heart, and drinking it can lower cholesterol and improve the flow of blood through the body. Research also shows that men who take aspirin or other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs have prostate specific antigen counts that are 9 percent lower than men who do not. Men can also lower their prostate specific antigen count by exercising more, doing yoga and practicing meditation. Cutting out meat, lowering fat in the diet and even switching to a vegan diet can also lower a man's prostate specific antigen count.