Healthy As A Fiddle: Cell Protector Pomegranate

Pomegranate is a natural anti-inflammatory. Responsible for this is its high concentration of valuable plant substances.

It is full of vitamin C, vitamin B 5, and potassium: The pomegranate is one of the foods with the highest content of valuable plant substances that stop inflammatory processes in the body.

Its cell-protecting properties fight arthritis and heart disease as well as cancer. According to a US study, certain ingredients in pomegranates curb tumor growth. Extracts of the fruit have been used successfully, especially in hormone-related tumor types such as prostate and breast cancer. But the pomegranate not only has a healing effect but also has a disease-preventing effect: a glass of juice (250 milliliters) a day can effectively prevent breast cancer.

Opening Tips: Using pressure, roll the pomegranate on a hard surface until it cracks. Then you can better quarter the fruit with a sharp knife and squeeze out the seeds and juice.

Improved fat burning with the pomegranate cinnamon punch

Here’s how it works: Remove the seeds from half a pomegranate, catching the juice (approx. 2 tbsp). Put 1 tbsp pomegranate seeds (use the rest elsewhere), pomegranate juice, 1 cinnamon stick, 1-star anise, 1 tsp concentrated apple juice, and 1 bag of mate tea in a sufficiently large glass and brew with approx. 250 ml boiling water. Let stand for about 5 minutes, remove the bag and serve immediately.

Slimming effect: The healthy ingredients in pomegranates can lower cholesterol levels and keep blood sugar levels constant. This punch is a great tool for anyone who tends to have food cravings more often.

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Written by Crystal Nelson

I am a professional chef by trade and a writer at night! I have a bachelors degree in Baking and Pastry Arts and have completed many freelance writing classes as well. I specialized in recipe writing and development as well as recipe and restaurant blogging.

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