Five benefits of pomegranate that no one knew about: the third is incredible



Pomegranate is a fruit native to Iran characterized by many small red seeds that can be eaten both naturally and pressed to obtain a sweet and tasty juice. Its name derives from Latin and literally means “apple with pips”, a fruit appreciated for its beneficial properties, considered a real mine of substances beneficial to our health.

Pomegranate is a good source of soluble and insoluble fiber, which is a great aid for good digestion and for excellent protection of intestinal health. Benefits are also associated with this tasty fruit in terms of weight loss, good cholesterol control, significant improvement in immune defenses, circulation and protection against tumors (especially prostate cancer and lymphomas) . Here are the five more specific benefits that pomegranate brings to our body.

1. Thanks to its high content of antioxidant polyphenols, ellagitannins such as grenadine B and punicalagin, this fruit has always been considered one of the most extraordinary fruits in all of nature thanks to its fight against free radicals and against aging.

2. When you are thirsty, try drinking a good glass of pomegranate juice, which thanks to the phytochemicals contained, such as anthocyanins, known for their fight against cancer, is able to significantly reduce the risk of atherosclerosis and makes the perfect body and well hydrated skin.

3. Consuming pomegranate regularly can help boost your calcium levels, which is great news for your bones. It is very important to get the right amount of calcium every day, in order to be able to prevent diseases linked to the loss of bone density such as osteoporosis. Drinking pomegranate juice or eating the fruit itself is especially helpful if bone loss is due to changes due to menopause.

4. Are you upset or angry? If you are suffering from mood swings from PMS or perhaps annoying menopause related weed, pomegranate will be of great help to you. Thanks to their content of vitamins E and C, selenium and beta-carotene, it is particularly useful for relieving or reducing hot flashes and mood swings.

5. Its regular consumption is also recommended to fight against benign prostatic hypertrophy and diabetes. Curiosity: ancient cultures have always been attracted to this particular fruit, which was even considered the earthly symbol of divine power, an idea reinforced by the fact that this plant grows in hostile places and can survive very low temperatures.

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