Pomegranate Health Benefits
Almost every part of the pomegranate tree contains medicinal properties. If we take the medicinal properties of pomegranate, the main one is its antibacterial properties.
Pomegranate leaves are boiled for eye diseases and the eyes are washed and rubbed with that water because of the anti-bacterial properties of these pomegranates. Pomegranate juice is good for indigestion. Another amazing property of pomegranate juice is its ability to fight viruses from the moment of ingestion without harming any other living cells. Pomegranate is also recognized as an important medicine in Ayurveda in the treatment of cancer.
Also, adding pomegranate to food can protect against many other diseases. It also helps in controlling type 2 diabetes for high blood pressure and lowering the bad LDL cholesterol that causes heart disease. Eating pomegranate improves memory and keeps the body’s ability to work at a high level.
Pomegranate can be called a healthy fruit among fruits. Our elders call it as a gift given by God to save life. Pomegranate contains many beneficial compounds for the body. Eating it can prevent many diseases.
Benefits of 100 grams of pomegranate
♦ 1.6 grams of protein
♦ 78 g of water
♦ energy. 65 calories
♦ 0.1 g of fat
♦ 14.5 grams of carbohydrates
♦ 10 mg of calcium
♦ Phosphorus 70 mg
♦ 0.3 mg of iron
♦ Thiamine 60 mg
♦ Riboflavin Micera 100 g
♦ Vitamin C 16 mg
Pomegranate juice is rich in vitamins and minerals and has medicinal properties. The fleshy seeds of the fermented pomegranate can be eaten as is or the pulp can be squeezed to make a delicious fruit drink.