Health Benefits Of Pomegranite Juice

pomegranate juice Health Benefits Of Pomegranite JuiceMany are starting to switch their morning orange juice to pomegranite juice. Why? Very simply, studies have shown that the juice of the pomegranate fruit is the most potent of all when it comes to antioxidants. Pomegranate Juice can be found in a variety of forms including Pomegranate Concentrate, Pomegranate Tea ,Pomegranate Seed Oil, Pomegranate Molasses and even Pomegranate Sauce !. There are even Pomegranate Capsules & Pomegranate Tablets which you can buy as a supplement if you find preparing them slow! Obviously buying pure pomegranate juice would have the best health benefit. Pomegranates are meant to be an excellent way of lowering cholesterol and also there is also a Pomegranate Detox and diet program!

Aside from its great taste, pomegranite juice helps our bodies in a number of ways. Studies have shown that pomegranate helps prevent hardening of the arteries as well. This is most commonly known as atherosclerosis. By preventing the buildup of material in our arteries, pomegranite juice also reduces the chances of heart attack and stroke. By switching to pomegranite juice, you’re protecting yourself from heart disease, cholesterol and even stress!

So you may be wondering, what about other natural fruit juices? They’re good for your health as well, but pomegranate tops them all! In a study of other fruit juices such as grape juice, blueberry, orange and even wine, pomegranite juice topped above them all with the highest amount of natural antioxidants. I myself was a daily green tea drinker. But guess what? Pomegranate contains more antioxidants than green tea, too. Simply stated, pomegranite juice contains the high amount of the antioxidants your body needs to stay healthy and strong.

Pomegranite juice also works well as a blood thinner, suggesting that it might be an excellent agent for promoting blood flow to the heart. In addition to reducing plaque in the arteries, it raises good cholesterol and lowers bad cholesterol.

Research has also evaluated the antioxidant nature of pom juice and its potential usefulness in fighting certain forms of cancer. Pom juice has been shown to reduce incidence of both breast and skin cancer. And it has also been shown to slow the growth of prostate cancer in mice.

In terms of the effects of pomegranite juice on osteoarthritis… pom juice acts as an enzyme inhibitor to protect against cartilage damage, when applied directly. It’s hoped that further research will establish a cause and effect relationship between oral ingestion of pom juice and a reduction in in the deterioration of cartilage.

No further studies are required to prove that pomegranite juice it healthy to drink. There are numerous pom juice products available… some quite highly priced because of its high degree of popularity. But it’s likely that the price will continue to come down as market forces find better and cheaper ways of making it available.

Pomegranate juice helps with a multitude of things like reducing the risk of heart attack, stroke, and even the hardening of arteries. Studies by scientists are showing that pomegranate juice is more helpful than earlier thought. This research is being performed by scientists with degrees like a public health masters online or any laboratory-based degree. The makeup of these super foods is no walk in the park, and having the proper education will help prepare for the work

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10 Responses to “Health Benefits Of Pomegranite Juice”

  1. Steve on July 6th, 2008 5:49 pm

    Pomegranates are great and I’d agree with the benefits of the juice that you state in this article. I would recommend people drink it but some people don’t like the taste of just pomegranete. Because of this I recently found a blended juice that contains pomegranates that I have found to be even more effective at helping with my joint pain. It’s called Mona Vie and you can find more about it and buy it like I do from

    Have a great day and I like the site, keep it up.

  2. Lillian on April 30th, 2009 11:04 am

    I love the juice itself and recently started drinking it for almost one week striaight but one morning i brushed my teeth and tonuge and saw that i brought up nothing but black dye , i had to brush my tonuge extra hard to get the black dye off ,it really scared me and now i’m not sure if that was normal and if there is such a thing as giving your body to much of the juice? If any one can help please let me no .Thank you

  3. ANTONINA ROSA on May 11th, 2009 10:31 pm

    My mother is a diabetic and loves the pomergrante fruit, was wondering if this fruit is high in sugar and what benefits does it have. Please advise,Thanks

  4. admin on May 11th, 2009 10:38 pm

    Hi Antonina,
    I found an excert from an interesting article which I posted below which I think answers your question.

    One surprising finding, said lead researcher Professor Michael Aviram of from the Rappaport Family Institute for Research in the Medical Sciences and Rambam Medical Center, Haifa, Israel, was that the sugars contained in pomegranate juice – although similar in content to those found in other fruit juices – did not worsen diabetes disease parameters (including blood sugar levels) in patients, but in fact cut the risk of atherosclerosis.

    “In most juices, sugars are present in free – and harmful – forms,” explained Aviram. “In pomegranate juice, however, the sugars are attached to unique antioxidants, which actually make these sugars protective against atherosclerosis.”

    According to British charity, Diabetes UK, constantly raised glucose levels intensify the furring and hardening of blood vessels (atherosclerosis), which leads to cardiovascular disease and stroke.

    An estimated 19 million people are affected by diabetes in the EU 25, equal to four per cent of the total population. This figure is projected to increase to 26 million by 2030.

    In the US, there are over 20 million people with diabetes, equal to seven per cent of the population. The total costs are thought to be as much as $132 billion, with $92 billion being direct costs from medication, according to 2002 American Diabetes Association figures.

    The new research, published in the August issue of the journal Atherosclerosis (Vol. 187, pp. 363-371), reports that subjects who drank 50 ml of pomegranate juice (containing 1.5 millimoles of polyphenols) every day for three months experienced a reduced risk for atherosclerosis.

    The juice was freshly squeezed from handpicked fruit, and the juice was filtered, pasteurised and concentrated. The antioxidant composition included 1979 milligrams per litre (mg/L) of tannins, 384 mg/L of anthocyanins, and 121 mg/L of ellagic acid derivatives.

  5. milton fakondo on March 25th, 2011 2:55 am

    over the past year and a half i’ve been drinking more pomergranate juice; not so much the fruit juices mixed with pomergranate as i always feel that such products may not have enough of it to be effective. a little pricey but if the benefits are evident then im all for it. i drink the brand POM more than anything & trust it as long as it’s 100% pure. anywhere i can read more about this fruit and it’s benefits i do so.

  6. Neil walker on June 12th, 2011 8:49 pm

    Can any one tell me when best time would be to transpplant pomagrante trees.My wife has two trees in a property which we want to move to a new property which we built

  7. Chris Gordon on September 26th, 2011 9:27 pm

    I have suffered with mouth ulcers for 60 years from eating food containing food acids. I have tried many cures without success, including cranberry juice but recently I tried a mixture of pomegranate and cranberry juice, one glass full each morning and to my to my amazement, I seam to be free of the ulcers while enjoying eating tomatoes ond oranges once again. I can only put it down to the benifits of antiioxidant rich pomegranate juice. I tried pure pomegranate juice but did not like the taste while the mixture with cranberry juice and pomegranate juice is quite nice.

  8. benjamin on November 10th, 2011 3:00 pm

    I love eating pomegranates, but each time I consume a pomegranate I’m somewhat alarmed at the color of my stool. Is it natural to have blood red stool after eating pomegranates? Any help will be appreciated. Thanks

  9. rebecca on December 22nd, 2012 4:30 pm

    thank youfor the info. my husand and i are diaetes and i,m alwas so afried to eat or drink anything im trying so hard to get rid of this alfull desies

  10. terry kitson on March 10th, 2013 1:57 am

    i have bought 100% pomegranate juice and its not dark red it is nearly black , the product is from Turkey

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