Pomegranate juice is good for you
Pomegranate juice is often advocated for its remarkable health benefits. Some clinical studies have revealed that pomegranate juice provides significant benefits for preventing heart disease. It contains vitamins A, C, E, and folic acid, and this depends on the brand and its source, since some of the vitamins are destroyed during the pasteurization process.
Pomegranate juice has tremendous antioxidant properties. It contains nearly three times more antioxidants ounce-for-ounce than red wine or green tea. Most people enjoy its tart yet sweet taste, which makes it a delightful beverage.
Other research has also evaluated the antioxidant nature of pomegranate juice and its usefulness to function like a blood thinner, and agent for promoting blood flow to the heart. It also has been shown to reduce plaque in the arteries raise “good” levels of cholesterol while helping to lower “bad” cholesterol.
Why you should make your own pomegranate juice instead of buying it…
- Pomegranate juice is very expensive, pomegranates are not.
- The juice manufacturers may be adding sugars or making the pomegranate juice from concentrate.
- Since the juice is processed, the nutrition value may be lower and there is a good chance that the fruit enzymes are already be lost.
- Making the pomegranate juice yourself provides the highest level of the nutrition right out of the pomegranate including the enzymes vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals.
Make it a habit, incorporate pomegranate juice into your diet and lifestyle. Learn how simple it is to make your own pomegranate juice without a juicer.
Check out the video below!