All the benefits of the pomegranate tea!
Pomegranate is gladly eaten all over the world, and little is known that it is not only a delicious healthy dessert but a real treasure trove of health.
The precious red fruit pomegranate is gladly eaten all over the world, and little is known that it is not only a delicious healthy dessert but a real treasure trove of health. It is one of the favorite fruits in India, where it is consumed throughout the year, and although it requires a little more patience due to cleaning the grains, it pays to wait for it every second because pomegranate is one of the most nutritious fruits.
One hundred grams of pomegranate contains 83 calories and four grams of fiber, which is 16 percent of the recommended daily intake. It is rich in fiber, primarily cellulose and lignin, which are insoluble fibers.
Pomegranate is also rich in polyphenols, antioxidants that protect against cancer, strengthen heart health, and have a positive effect on cognitive functions. There is also quercetin, which increases endurance and muscle strength, as well as many vitamins and minerals. 100 grams of pomegranate contains so much vitamin C that it satisfies about 17 percent of the daily need, then a significant amount of vitamin K, which acts against blood clotting. It also contains folate, vitamin B6, thiamine, iron, potassium...