Facts about pomegranates

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Facts about pomegranates
Learn about this Mediterranean fruit whose juice packs more antioxidants than green tea and red wine
It’s the season of pomegranates in middle east region and we should profit from this super fruit.

  • Natural antioxidant
    These native Mediterranean fruits are an excellent source of antioxidants (tannin and polyphenols), 3 times more than green tea or red wine.

  • Fights inflammation & reduce arthritis and joint pain
    Pomegranates are a great source of flavanols that act as anti-inflammatory agents and may help relieve symptoms of arthritis.

  • Fight Cancer
    Recent research shows that pomegranate seeds may act as cancer-fighting food.

  • Lower blood pressure
    The juice of pomegranate seeds contains different types of bioactive polyphenols that have been reported to promote cardiovascular health, including healthy blood pressure levels.

  • Fight bacterial Infections
    Pomegranates stimulate probiotic bacteria, thus enhancing their beneficial effects at fighting bacterial infections.

  • Improve heart health
    Pomegranate juice may help reduce LDL – “Bad Cholesterol” that clogs arteries. It can also increase HDL – “Good Cholesterol” which lowers the risk of strokes.
Moringa Oleifera or “THE TREE OF LIFE” is native to parts of West Africa (Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana…) and Asia.
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that’s readily available in lots of fruits and veggies (not just oranges). And while it may not actually help cure a cold, as is commonly thought to be the case, it can boost your immune system and help your body fight infection. It’s also a great vitamin to load up on after a workout because its anti-inflammatory properties can help decrease muscle inflammation.
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