The medical benefits of pomegranate are numerous
London: Pomegranate seeds look like small rubies. This fruit is famous all over the world for its taste and benefits but people are confused when it is opened and peeled. However, there is a treasure of health hidden in them.
Pomegranate is high in fiber and has a variety of antioxidants that make it extremely healthy. Dr. Penny Chris, a nutritionist at Pennsylvania State University, says look at the bright color of the pomegranate, which is red because of a color called polyphenols.
Polyphenols act as oxidants and reduce inflammation in the body as well as fighting aging. One cup of pomegranates contains 72 calories. Contains 16 grams of carbohydrates and 3 grams of fiber. It also contains large amounts of folate, vitamin K and potassium.
In Iran, pomegranate is also called the jewel of winter. In ancient civilization it was also called the fruit of prosperity, abundance and fertility.
Pomegranate contains peonic acid which is a kind of fatty acid and has many useful medicinal properties. Due to its properties, it has significant medical benefits for diabetics. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, patients with joint pain can use it to reduce the severity of their disease.
Some research has shown that this fruit is very useful for the heart. This is because it reduces inflammation and keeps the arteries smooth and wide. However, experts say more research is needed.
Eating pomegranate can help control blood pressure. In 2017, 8 major investigations, surveys and clinical trials were conducted in which many patients were given pomegranate juice. It has been found that anarchy juice is very helpful in controlling blood pressure. It also takes care of the heart. Another good thing is that even a small amount of juice has very beneficial effects.
However, experts warn that if you are suffering from high blood pressure and are taking medication to reduce it, pomegranate juice can lower blood pressure abnormally. Similarly, some people may suffer from indigestion by drinking pomegranate juice, which must be avoided.