Health Benefits of Pomegranate –

pomnIt is one of the most nutritous, tasty and healthy fruit rich in Vitamin B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, Vitamin C, Iron, Calcium, Zinc, Pottassium, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Protein, Dietry fibres, Flavanoids and Anti-oxidants. High levels of compound called Punicalagins are Anti-oxidants which provides the following health benefits.

Improves blood flow to heart and protects the blood vessels.
Lowers total Cholesterol, Bad Cholesterol and Blood Pressure. Improves good Cholesterol and prevents heart block. Recent medical research says patient with severe Carotid artery block when given an ounce of Pomegranate juice daily helped to lower blood pressure and reduced the blockage of vessels.
Inhibits Breast cancer, Prostrate and Colon cancer, Leukemia etc.
Regular intake prevents aggregation of platelets and formation of blood clot.
Keeps Osteoarthritis at bay as prevents cartilage degeneration.
Strengthens immunity.
Helps in weight reduction as contains 0% Cholesterol.
One of the best food during pregnancy, good for both mother and child. Prevents brain injury and premature birth.
Prevents Kidney stones.
Never miss this Super fruit. Include it in your daily diet and enjoy its health benefits. more  

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Sure, pomegranate has endless health benefits!!! more  
Thanks Ramesh ji. We await your comments. more  
Thanks Durga Prasad ji for putting the point in proper perspective!! I hope Dr. Saumya Mittal will kindly respond. more  
Ali Khan ji, we did discuss about the anaar dana water treatment for avoiding and preventing even open heart surgery for removing blockages in the circulatory system. The post was by a Cardiologist from Pakistan who had done extensive trials of the product on several cardiac patients needing bypass/open heart surgery and was largely successful.. Only a point which I wish to clarify from any diabetologist is that, pomegranate being a sweet fruit, can diabetics consume the seeds/juice on a daily basis? If so, what should be the limit in quantity? Dr. Saumya Mittal would be kind enough to suggest a reply to this. Also whether there would be any difference between the dried seeds and fresh red seeds of the fruit? more  
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