Lycopene, a reddish pigment that gives color to foods like tomatoes, has been shown to help lower PSA levels and lower the risk for developing prostate cancer.
Lycopene, a reddish pigment that gives color to foods like tomatoes, has been shown to help lower PSA levels and lower the risk for developing prostate cancer. Fotolia TNS
Lycopene, a reddish pigment that gives color to foods like tomatoes, has been shown to help lower PSA levels and lower the risk for developing prostate cancer. Fotolia TNS

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