Pomegranates stimulate the brain
Pomegranates are full of antioxidants necessary for the regeneration of the body. These fruits are excellent for those who suffer from stones in the gallbladder or kidneys. Fruits dissolve these stones, but also nodules, calcifications and small cysts such as ganglion. The acid in pomegranate fruits contain numerous phytonutrients such as anthocyanins that help bile dissolve accumulated toxins. In the case of polycystic ovarian syndrome, it is recommended to introduce these wonderful fruits into the diet.
Pomegranates contribute to the production of blood, increasing the number of red and white blood cells in it. It regulates blood sugar by restoring glucose reserves in the liver, protects the adrenal glands to provide us with the necessary energy. Therefore when we eat pomegranates we balance our adrenal glands. The good quality glucose in these fruits stimulates the brain, helping us to better concentration.
Pomegranates contain trace elements such as iron, manganese, potassium and chromium, which are extremely bioavailable and easy to assimilate. Pomegranates are excellent for the scalp, stimulating hair growth. It helps in hormonal balancing, eliminates unproductive estrogens that often lead to cancers. It helps to detoxify, removes lactic acid from the muscles and wax from the ears.
Diseases and symptoms where pomegranates are of great help
There are symptoms that most often do not pass with medication. These can be: mental fog, memory loss, confusion, cysts, calcifications, disorientation, trouble concentrating, dandruff, hair loss, weight gain, grumbling in the leg, neuralgia, back pain, points floating before the eyes, difficulty walking, pain in the soles, headaches, hives.
The consumption of pomegranates is indicated in cases of: insomnia, dementia, Alzheimer’s, calcifications, ovarian cysts, adrenal gland fatigue, diabetes, hypoglycemia, gallbladder stones and much more. It is good to consume one pomegranate a day until the state of health improves.
Recipes with pomegranates
Alone we can create a lot of recipes by introducing these wonderful fruits into different preparations. For example, we can introduce them in a delicious smoothie at breakfast or sprinkle seeds everywhere, on salads, on hummus, on guacamole or on top of vegetables.
Pomegranates and chocolate: 300 g of bittersweet chocolate chips (60% cocoa), 2 tablespoons maple syrup, 2 cups pomegranate seeds. We mix the chocolate chips with the coconut oil, give them over low heat until they melt. We add the maple syrup and pour the mixture into a tray wallpapered with baking paper. We sprinkle the pomegranate seeds on top of the chocolate. We put the tray in the freezer for 30 minutes then cut it into the desired shapes. It’s delicious!