To get back to the topic, here is a pretty good article on prostate cancer and supplements.
Unfortunately the article does not address pomegranate, nor for that matter Vitamin K2. But it does show that there are some serious people out there who believe this line of research is worth pursuing.
In addition to a multi-vitamin I personally take a number of supplements, including green tea extract, Calcium, Vitamin D3 and Vitamin K2, and am considering adding pomegranate to the mix. Whether or not these supplements do anything to slow or prevent the growth of prostate cancer is less important to me than enhancing my overall health on a day to day basis, in conjunction with a good diet and sound exercise program.
Age 66, PC diagnosed 7/2009 at age 65
Stage: T2c, Gleason: 9 (4 + 5), 6 of 6 cores positive
Bone, CAT and MIR scans negative
Treatment: brachytherapy (103 palladium), 100 gy, 11/2009 + IMRT on Novalis, 45 gy, 3/2010 + ADT3 (Lupron + Casodex+Avodart)
PSA: 7/2009, At time of diagnosis -- 11.9
10/2009 -- 5.0 ; 12/2009 -- 0.56 ; 5/2010 -- 0.15
8/9/2010 -- 0.06 ; 11/2010 -- 0.013; 3/25/2011-- 0.005
Post Edited (Sancarlos) : 3/6/2011 1:51:39 PM (GMT-7)