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You can enjoy pomegranate juice (If not making your own, make sure the juice is pure and does not include any added sugars or preservatives) or you can sprinkle the sweet juicy seeds on desserts or breakfasts to increase your antioxidant intake whist adding another element of flavour to your dish.

As you do not eat the skin of pomegranate, you do not need to wash the seeds or seek out organically grown varieties.

Why Promegranate is good for us


Why Promegranate is good for us

Animal studies have found that pomegranates may help reduce joint pain, another common side effects of cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation. Preliminary evidence also indicates that pomegranate juice could be useful in men with prostate cancer, potentially inhibiting cancer growth and lowering the risk of death.

They provide many incredible health benefits for your body due to their naturally occurring high amounts of antioxidants and having anti-viral and anti-tumor properties. They are also a great source of vitamins, particularly vitamin A, vitamin C, and vitamin E and folic acid.