One hundred percent pomegranate juice is better than any other antioxidant drink fights free radicals, cleanses the body from high levels of "bad" cholesterol, and contains the highest amount of polyphenols than red wine and other juices. Pomegranate juice contains 8-19% sugar, 0,3-9% citric acid, tannin, vitamin C. Scientists at the University of California Medical School, David Jeffrey found it better red wine, green tea, grape, orange and blueberry juice blocks oxidative processes in the body due to its rich phenolic composition.
According to the study, pomegranate juice has at least 20% higher antioxidant capacity than other drinks, work reliably inactivate harmful free radicals, thereby providing protection primarily from heart disease and some cancers. To guard against such risks and protect themselves from ill health, American doctors are advised to drink the juice of this fruit regularly. Pomegranate juice contains a significant amount of glucose and fructose, organic acids (with predominance of citric acid), water-soluble polyphenols and 15 amino acids, including 6 essential vitamins: C, B1, B2, E, A, PP and other trace elements. Recommended in the treatment of hypertension and diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. Enhances the level of hemoglobin in the blood.
Pomegranate juice perfectly assimilated
Pomegranate juice perfectly assimilated, excites appetite, regulates stomach activity and increases hemoglobin. It has diuretic, choleretic, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic action. Usually it is recommended to drink in combination with carrot and beet juices. Pomegranate juice slows the growth of cancerous tumors A glass of pomegranate juice a day can slow the growth of malignant tumors in patients with prostate cancer. This is the conclusion, scientists from the University of California following a study involving 50 people. The study included patients with prostate cancer who underwent surgery or radiotherapy. Scientists led by Alan Pantuka (Allan Pantuck) measured participants' level of PSA (prostate-specific antigen). PSA is a marker of prostate tumor. In many cases, the magnitude of PSA can be judged on the recurrence of the tumor, its prevalence and the presence of metastases.