What do you know about pomegranates? Have you tried them? Do you enjoy them? Well, a pomegranate is a fruit with pulpy juicy seeds on the inside and are usually the size of oranges. The seeds of the pomegranate can be eaten or used in entrees and desserts. The juice from the pomegranate can be used for marinades and dressings. This multipurpose fruit is a rich source of Vitamin C, folic acid and antioxidants. Antioxidants are great additives in the fight against diseases. For this reason, you may have noticed an array of pomegranate juice (Pom Juice) in your nearby supermarket. This can be helpful to consume at work or on the go but you can also just peel and eat and still receive the added benefits.
So if you have not ventured into try one, take a step out and buy one today. You may be glad you did!
Toss some blueberries on your cereal. Even frozen blueberries are packed with antioxidants; just 1/2 cup can double the antioxidant power of most people's diets. Some studies suggest that blueberries help reduce cancer risk and heart disease and may slow the aging process. All the more reason to get these tasty, tiny health protectors into your meals.
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