by Adi Malik July 13, 2023 2 min read
The Pomegranate is a special fruit has been known for its healing properties for centuries. In fact, it’s featured prominently in ancient Greek, Egyptian, and Indian texts for its medicinal properties. While it's flavor is associated with drinks such as Pomegranate Red Bull, Pomegranate Ciroc, or a Pomegranate martini, many people aren't aware of the health benefits of Pomegranate and why you should consider adding it to your diet.
So what makes pomegranates so beneficial to your health? It turns out that modern science has validated their wide range of positive health effects. Here are a few reasons why pomegranate deserves a place on your plate this fall:
The American Heart Association calls our attention to a review in Pharmacological Research of 8 clinical trials showing that pomegranate juice reduced systolic and diastolic BP even when consumed in different quantities. The authors concluded that it “may be prudent to include this fruit juice in a heart healthy diet."
And like the 5 other key ingredients in 120/Life, pomegranates mimic the effects of many different classes of blood pressure medication, like:
So how can we work more pomegranate into our daily diet? Lots of ways! You could pick fresh pomegranates up from the store and eat them, or mix the seeds into yogurt for a healthy breakfast or mid-afternoon snack. There's also pomegranate tea, which is delicious and very heart-healthy. Or—you guessed it—you can pick up a bottle of 120/Life, which has all the pomegranate juice you need per day to keep your heart in shape!
Here's to your health!
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