Pomegranate Seed

The scientific name of pomegranate is Punica granatum. The fruit has red or yellow seeds.  The color of its skin is red, black or yellow. The fruit is typically in season in the northern hemisphere from September to February, and in the southern hemisphere from March to May. As intact seeds or extract, pomegranates are used in baking, cooking, juice blends, meal sauce, and alcoholic drinks, such as cocktails and Bacchus. The pomegranate emanated in the region of Iran and has been civilized since ancient times throughout the Mediterranean region and northern India.The eatable fruit is an intermediate in size between a lemon and an orange, 5–12 cm in diameter with a rounded shape and thick, reddish skin. The number of seeds in a pomegranate is very different, they vary from 200 to about 1400. Each seed has a surrounding water-laden pulp — the eatable sarcotesta that covers seeds. Pomegranate has several benefits. For example, Studies demonstrate eating the fruit can help support against disease, like certain cancers and Alzheimer’s.Those aforementioned antioxidants protect against dialysis-related infections, or kidney diseases, as well as cardiovascular complications (think of high blood pressure). A study found the potassium content in pomegranate fruit reduces many of the dialysis-related complications for kidney patients, otherwise showing a decreased morbidity rate. High blood pressure (hypertension) is one of the leading drivers of heart attacks and strokes. Studies also show that Pomegranate May Lower Blood Pressure.In a study in 51 people that suffer from high cholesterol and triglycerides was shown to significantly lower triglycerides and improve the fats and HDLlevel.Another study looked at the effects of pomegranate in people that suffer from type 2 diabetes and high cholesterol. They noted a remarkable decrease in LDL level, as well as other improvements. And so on.