Is pomegranate really that good for you?
Here is the latest startling research
about this amazing superfood!
The pomegranate tree is still blowing researchers’ minds in the lab. Over and over again, science is proving the valuable benefits of superfoods — including ingesting the ruby-colored fruit of the pomegranate tree, and also its seeds and flowers.
How Pomegranate Slows the Aging Process
“…in a study group of humans who took pomegranate daily,
after 12 months blood flow through the carotid arteries improved 44%,
yet worsened by 9% in the placebo group!”
Using Pomegranate in Your Daily Diet
TIP: If you want to eat the seeds fresh and raw — say, as a topping over a salad — try opening up a fresh pomegranate within a big bowl of water. That way, the seeds will float to the top, and not go flying all over the place, staining your counters and floors!
And here’s something to prove my point that pomegranate might be worth your looking into: according to LEF, in a study group of humans who took pomegranate daily, after 12 months “blood flow through the carotid arteries improved 44%,” yet worsened by 9% in the placebo group!
To be on the safe side, test a little pomegranate first, just to make sure that your body actually likes it and responds well to it. A very small number of people are hypersensitive or mildly allergic to pomegranate — it’s a potent food!
Let me know in the comments section your favorite way of getting this important superfood into your diet!