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Pomegranates

Pomegranates have powerful antioxidants, three times more than red wine and green tea. These help to reduce inflammation and protect cells from damage

the seeds of pomegranates have been used as a natural aphrodisiac

Has been researched to treat high blood pressure and improve heart health – published studies by Phytotherapy Research, Clinical Nutrition, and ARYA Atherosclerosis

They have also been shown to improve memory and delay onset of Alzheimer‘s disease (published 2006 Neurobiology of Disease)

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