Latest Pomegranate juice Stories
Three new mango-related studies were presented this week at the 2014 Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) in San Diego, revealing initial findings on the effects of mango consumption on ulcerative colitis and bone parameters in animal models.
In observance of Men's Health Month, LawyersandSettlements.com reports on consumer fraud lawsuits filed as a result of alleged false advertising directed at health-conscious men.
On Monday, May 21, a federal administrative judge ruled that POM Wonderful LLC had promoted incorrect information regarding its pomegranate products.
Add this to your list of delicious and nutritious! According to two recent studies, pomegranate juice helps manage blood pressure; a better choice in comparison to the potentially harmful supplements many kidney disease patients take that the National Kidney Foundation says may be harmful to their health.
Two studies presented during the American Society of Nephrology's Annual Kidney Week provide new information on dietary benefits and dangers in kidney disease patients.
SPARTA, Mich., June 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Tart cherries have long been celebrated by health and nutrition experts for their purported curative health and wellness properties. In fact, tart cherries contain nearly twice the antioxidant properties of pomegranates or Concord grapes.
Fruit juice linked to reduced risk of cancer, improved markers of heart health and increased antioxidant activity.
Pomegranate juice components may inhibit the movement of cancer cells and weaken their attraction to a chemical signal that has been shown to promote the metastasis of prostate cancer to bone, according to this study.
Kidney patients on dialysis may have an effective and delicious aid for infection and other difficulties.
Studies in recent years have claimed multiple health benefits of pomegranate juice, including that it is a good source of antioxidants and lowers both cholesterol and blood pressure, especially in diabetic and hypertensive patients.
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