How to Eat More Pomegranates

The orange-and-white fruit, which is a member of the family Citrus family, is a rich source of vitamin C and potassium.

Pomegans also contain lycopene, a green pigment that helps protect against certain cancers.

POMEgans can also be a powerful anti-inflammatory and preventative, according to research.

You can also use them as a substitute for butter, according a study in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

It’s also a good source of magnesium, which can help lower cholesterol and lower blood pressure.

And, it can help you lose weight.

“Pomegranating and other citrus fruits can be a very beneficial supplement to your diet,” said Dr. Sarah M. E. Stok, a professor of nutrition and food science at New York University.

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