Wednesday, November 6, 2013


Did you know that Pomegranates are in season from September to January in the United States.

This ancient fruit has a rich history. Pomegranates are one of the earliest cultivated fruits. It has been traced back to 3,000 BC.

These tough skinned fruits, that hide their tiny seeds, may look arduous to prepare but the nutrient benefits are definitely worth it.

Clinical studies show that a compound only found in pomegranates called punicalagin benefit the heart and the blood vessels. It is reported to lower cholesterol, and blood pressure, and work to melt away any blockages of the heart.

Pomegranates have a high antioxidant capacity, that places them above green tea and red wine! This makes it a potent tool against degenerative, and inflammatory diseases like, cancers, heart disease, and arthritis.

Pomegranates are a perfect addition to your diet at this time of year for the super immunity boosting properties that they offer.

Uses: Try some pomegranate seeds sprinkled on your favorite salad, or try this recipe.
They are also delicious sprinkled on crackers with goat cheese, or in your favorite seltzer, or wine.
I found a video to help you easily access the seeds, easier than you may think!

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