So healthy: The pomegranate
Superfood from the fruit counter
A few years ago, the pomegranate was still an exotic fruit. In the meantime, the optically rather unspectacular fruit with the dark red, leathery-looking skin is available almost all year round. The fruit, which is mainly cultivated in Middle East and the Mediterranean region, but is also grown in California and Arizona, is kinda hard to get during spring, because its harvest period begins in June and ends in December, or at the latest in February.
Delicious for a long time
The juicy, red seeds contain many healthy ingredients and should therefore be regularly eaten. Storage is unproblematic, so you can buy the fruit in stock without worrying. At room temperature, it will keep for several weeks, especially when you part the fruits in half. It can even be stored for two to three months in the fruit compartment of the refrigerator or in a cool storage room. Experience has shown that quantum energy also has a positive effect on the shelf life of fruit.
Rich in antioxidants
As powerful opponents of free radicals, antioxidants are important helpers of the immune system. The juice of pomegranate seeds contains significantly more of these protective substances than, for example, red wine, green tea, and many berries. Its antioxidants, so-called polyphenols, intercept free radicals and form harmless compounds with them. Doing that, they serve to protect cells or defend against viruses, bacteria, and germs, but also act against inflammatory processes in the body.
Other valuable ingredients
The potassium contained in the pomegranate is beneficial for vascular health. It cleanses the vessels, allowing the blood to supply the organs unhindered. This reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases such as heart attacks and strokes. Generally good for blood formation is the trace element iron, which the pomegranate also stores. In addition, regular consumption of the fruit is said to have a blood pressure- and cholesterol-lowering effect.
Miracle cure for prostate and breast cancer?
In various studies it was found that the ingredients of the pomegranate can not only slow down the growth of cancer cells, but probably also prevent it. This effect showed in prostate and breast cancer cells.
Quantum energy for the pomegranate
What is true for many other fruits and vegetables is also true for the pomegranate: The delicious fruit can still be optimized in terms of taste and content. If it is exposed to quantum energy, an optimization of its structure takes place within a few minutes, which has the mentioned effect. Already a 90.10.-CARD can be used for this purpose. Particularly suitable, also for other fruit, is the 90.10.-CARD PLUS "84" with the frequency of 84 important vitamins and minerals. It optimizes the body's ability to absorb and store these substances. Simply place the pomegranate on the plus side of the card for three minutes before eating.
Tips for cutting
It is not exactly easy to get to the juicy seeds of the pomegranate. To succeed without making a total mess, it is best to cut the fruit in half or quarter it. The seeds can then be removed from the thick white skin with a spoon. But watch out, this is still not a clean affair. An apron should be worn to protect clothing because the stains are difficult to wash out.
An insider tip recommends rolling the pomegranate on a surface before cutting it in half and placing it on the kitchen board. Tap on it with a wooden spoon to have the seeds fall out.