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Pomegranate to Prevent Heart Diseases
Image : © Mqdee Pomegranate is an undermined fruit that is associated with various health benefits. If you are a victim of heart diseases or on the road to developing heart diseases, this is one of the best fruits to consume. Interestingly, pomegranate is not a seasonal fruit and is available all year round making …

Pomegranate is an undermined fruit that is associated with various health benefits. If you are a victim of heart diseases or on the road to developing heart diseases, this is one of the best fruits to consume. Interestingly, pomegranate is not a seasonal fruit and is available all year round making it an important fruit for improving heart health.

Nutritional Value of Pomegranate:

Pomegranate has no fats and calories, but it is loaded with potassium and vitamin C. These are the key factors to fighting heart diseases and preventing it. Besides this vitamin and mineral, pomegranate also contains protein, vitamin B-6, magnesium, carbohydrates, natural sugar and dietary fibres.

Pomegranate as Food for Heart Health:

Pomegranate is a rich source of antioxidants which are important to fight cholesterol in the arteries. This fruit also helps improve the arteries and rebuilds the damaged cells. The antioxidant properties present in pomegranate prevent low-density lipoprotein or bad cholesterol from oxidizing. This essentially means that pomegranates prevent the hardening of the artery walls from excess fat, leaving your arteries fat-free.

Also, pomegranate or the juice increases the level of oxygen in your blood. The antioxidants reduce cholesterol, fight free radicals and prevent blood clots. This eventually helps the blood to flow freely in your body in turn improving the oxygen level in your blood.

Besides improving heart health, pomegranate benefits you at other levels too. It includes slowing down ageing, preventing arthritis, prostate cancer and erectile dysfunction. Pomegranate is excellent for diarrhoea, weight management, lowering high blood pressure and improves mental health.

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