Why Pomegranates Are So Good for You Tauheed Ahmad August 20, 2014 Fruits & Vegetables 1810 Well everyone must have some knowledge about Pomegranate, which is a thick skinned super seedy fruit, with a dazzling red hue which is now touted as a sensational fruit by scientific researchers. The beverage carries only the goodness of the fruit, and doesn’t have any preservatives or added colors. The mouth-watering pomegranate red pearls can be squashed to make a pomegranates mock-tail that is delicious in taste, and good for healthy life. To start your days on a refreshing and nourishing note, and to beat the heat, a pomegranate mock-tail is just perfect. Pomegranate is actually a French word, and are thought to have originated in Iran and brought to Egypt in 1600 BC, where it was not only revered as a vital food source but was also extensively used for its medicinal value. It was held in high esteem even during old times, as is obvious by their depiction in Egyptian paintings and tombs. Inspired by the profusion of jewel toned seeds within the bright red rind, the fruit is well-thought-out to be a symbol of fertility and prosperity in some cultures. Drinking the pomegranate juice gives us a lot of benefits and healthy life. It is one of the few fruits whose juice is as beneficial as the fruit itself. This is because the peel encompasses the maximum amount of antioxidants which are released in abundance when the fruit is squeezed while juicing. It is presently ranked alongside blue berries and green tea for its nutritional benefits. Some people might find it a bit cumbersome to deal with the little seeds, which are why, extracting its juice, is the best way to utilize the benefits of pomegranate juice. Drinking it permits for a quick and easy assimilation of all the nutrients found in the bloodstream by the body. In contrast to other fruits, pomegranates comprise the maximum amount of anti-oxidants. It encompasses approximately 3 times more antioxidants than green tea and oranges. A single glass of pomegranate juice can provide you 40 percent of the daily requirement of folic acid and vitamins A, C, and E. Freshly squeezed pomegranate juice, being fully unprocessed, triumphs over packaged juice any day, as it holds the maximum number of vitamins.. So make sure that the juice is unsweetened as sugar being inflammatory can offset some of the health benefits of this fruit. Without any doubt Pomegranate is a great source of ellagic acid, and antioxidant and punicic acid, an omega 5 polyunsaturated fatty acid which is highly beneficial for cell regeneration and proliferation. The pomegranate juice is an excellent source of vitamin A, C and E and minerals such as calcium, phosphorous, potassium, iron, folic acid, niacin, thiamin, folates and riboflavin. Health Benefits of Pomegranate Juice Heart benefits Maintains blood sugar levels Maintains blood pressure Boosts immunity Prevents hair fall Improves the texture of skin Helps in cartilage regeneration Protection from cancer Soothes the stomach Prevents anemia Improves digestion Good for prenatal care Suited for all skin types Helps to heal scars Pomegranate face mask for glowing skin Prevents skin cancer Anti-aging benefits Pomegranate Rock-tail Here are the Ingredients Required • Pomegranate juice-120 ml • Grapes-12 • Mint Leaves-6 • Lemon Slices-2-3 pieces Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. • Lemon Juice-¼ a cup Method for Preparation • You take a cocktail shaker and drop all the ingredients except the juices into it. • Use a crusher to crush the ingredients. • Add lemon juice and ice in pomegranate juice • Shake it well • Pour the drink Best Serving Suggestion You need to select a tall glass and serve the drink to make it look more tempting. Also use a toothpick to hold up a grape and a slice of lemon to give it a attractive look. The punchy rock-tail has got the vitamins and the benefits of the pomegranate, which means twice the nutrition and double the fun. Related PostsHealth Benefits of PomegranateBlueberries A Super Fruit, Everyone Like to GrowButcher’s Broom, The Fruits Grow on its leavesCashew Fruits: Strange Paradise SuperfoodHealth Benefits of ApricotSuper Food You Need To Know About Lucuma BenefitsTarragon (Artemisia Dracunculus)Japanese Pastry Maker’s Created First Ever White Strawberry Tart Captures the “Scent of First Love” Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.