Pomegranate is one of those “difficult” fruits. Whilst I enjoy the taste, I don’t have the enthusiasm to, sit their for 1/2 hour getting the seeds out just so my children can steal them all from me. Maybe next time I am home alone I shall indulge in my very own Pomegranate.
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Pomegranates have been cultivated since ancient times, and science has found surprising benefits for this amazing fruit. Research shows that the seeds may slow aging, halt the spread of cancer and improve heart health. What’s more, this tasty treat is low in calories (only around 105 for an average-sized fruit) in addition to being loaded with nutrients. High in vitamin C and potassium, the bright red fruit also boasts high levels of antioxidants. And if you eat the seeds rather than drinking the tangy juice, you’ll have added fiber in your diet as well. Source: Yahoo Health
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By Shellie Wilson