It's good to know...

If you're a guy and you haven't already experienced some prostate problems or worried about having lower PSA levels, you will one day. No, I don't have a crystal ball, but that doesn't prevent me from predicting the future from time to time. Besides, in this case it's an easy prediction since the majority of men have some sort of prostate complaints during their lifetime.

But if elevated PSA levels are the issue you're facing, a new study on ways to lower PSA levels published in the British Journal of Nutrition, might help make that a problem in your past. According to the research, the nutrients omega-3...like those found in fish oils...and coenzyme Q10 may both be able to significantly reduce PSA levels. In a randomized, double-blind trial omega-3 users had 30 percent lower PSA levels, and CoQ10 users saw a 33 percent drop in their PSA levels.