DARF Tip: Do This to Prevent Heart Attacks

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One of the best power antioxidant foods to eat that actually helps to clear clogged arteries is the Pomegranate. The fruit is seasonal and can be purchased at big box stores for a discount. If you’re not a big fan of eating a Pomegranate (they are not easy to eat and can get the power red color everywhere) you can invest in an extractor for just $50.00.

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Benefits of Pomegranate …

Antioxidant

Pomegranite seeds get their red color from polyphenois which are very potent antioxidants. The juice of the Pomegranite has a much greater level of antioxicanents then most fruit juices which can preotect cells from damage and reduce inflamation.

Loaded with Vitamin C

The pomegranate has 40 percent of the daily vitamin C requirement. Make sure you opt to buy the actual pomegranate over expensive processed juice to get the full benefits of the nutrients.

Thwarts Heart disease

Pomegranate juice is in the running as the most heart-healthy juice. It is a benefit to protect the heart and arteries. You literally FEEL better after eating it.

Studies have shown the fruit greatly improves blood flow and not only keeps arteries clear but helps to flush out the buildup of cholesterol in the arteries.

Alzheimer’s Protection

The highly concentrated antioxidants in the juice are credited with slowing down the progression of Alsheimers.

Digestion

You can buy a lot of “vitamins” from stores and online that claim to offer the same benefits but in the end most of these companies are not regulated by the FDA and you could be getting pills filled with sand instead.

 Pills from any health food store are extremely expensive that claim to gut inflammation but you’re gambling with your money and your health. Pomegranate juice can actually reduce inflammation in the gut and improve digestion. There are some studies that say it’s also beneficial to people with inflammatory bowel diseases..

Anti-inflammatory

The one thing that’s great about 2020 is the fact that we are eating healthier and not at restaurants that use an incredible amount of fat and sugar in their recipes.

Pomegranate juice is a powerful anti-inflammatory with a high concentration of antioxidants. It helps to reduce inflammation and can even prevent oxidative stress and damage.

Prevents Cancer

Researchers recently discovered that Pomegranate juice can help to prevent cancer cell growth in prostate cancer. More research is needed but with so many other benefits it doesn’t hurt to eat it.

Arthritis

Flavonols in pomegranate juice is believed to block inflammation that contributes to osteoarthritis and damage to cartilage.

Heart disease

Pomegranate juice is in the running as the most heart-healthy juice. It is a benefit to protect the heart and arteries. You literally FEEL better after eating it.

Studies have shown the fruit greatly improves blood flow and not only keeps arteries clear but helps to flush out the buildup of cholesterol in the arteries. Ask your doctor if eating pomegranate is OK if you are on blood pressure or cholesterol meds.

Blood Pressure Benefits

Working in the stressful industry that we work in our blood pressure from stress can certainly be put to the test. A comprehensive review of randomized controlled trials states greater heart health by including pomegranate juice daily.

Antiviral

Pomegranates have been shown to help fight off viruses and bacteria with its highly antibacterial and antiviral components. The frust is not just loaded with Vitamin C but also Vitamin E.

Vitamins

Pomegranates are not only rich in vitamin C and E, the  juice is also a good source of vitamin K, folate, potassium.

Memory

A recent study states drinking as little as 8 ounces of pomegranate juice a daily may improve learning and memory,

Diabetes

In the Middle East and India, Pomegranate were  traditionally used as a remedy for diabetes. There are still studies that need to be done  about the effects of pomegranate on diabetes but it may help decrease insulin resistance by lowering blood sugar.


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