Pomegranate

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    Last Updated: September 28, 2022

    Pomegranates are a fruit containing 'arils' (small edible seeds) that have recently been linked to a large variety of health benefits; a good source of Punicalagins and Punicic acid, pomegranates are probably a better fruit option than other fruits on a calorie per calorie basis.

    Pomegranate is most often used for

    Summary

    Pomegranates are red-skinned fruits that contain a large amount of small seed-like casings called 'Arils'.

    It can be easier to separate the Arils from the rind by freezing the pomegranate, or preparing the pomegranate in a large bowl of water (where the rind floats and the arils sink)

    What are other names for Pomegranate

    Note that Pomegranate is also known as:
    • Pomegranates
    Pomegranate should not be confused with:
    • Punicalagin (Pomegranate Extract)

    Dosage information

    Eating pomegranate arils alone or in conjunction with other foods or making a pulpy juice from the rings are both effective methods of self-administration

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