Pomegranate: The Most Medicinal Fruit

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Basic Health Publications, Inc., 2007 - Cooking - 120 pages
With its complex qualities, including its highly concentrated supply of antioxidants, its ability to regulate hormones, and its anti-bacterial, antifungal, and antiviral qualities, the Pomegranate stands out in high profile, even among all the marvels of contemporary natural medicine and therapeutic nutrition. Pomegranates can reduce the risk of various cancers, cardiovascular diseas and stroke, and much more.
 

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Contents

A Wealth of Phytochemicals
5
A Pleiotrope by Any Other Name
17
Womens Health
33
Mens Health
49
Your Heart Will Love Pomegranates
59
The Pomegranate Diet
69
The Most Beautiful Fruit
77
Todays Best Pomegranate Products and Supplements
85
Pomegranate as a Source of Beneficial Compounds
89
Conclusion
91
Practical Tips and Recipes
93
Resources
105
References
107
Index
115
About the Authors
119
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Is a faculty member at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas

For the past 23 years Dr. Lansky has practiced general complementary and alternative medicine, and has certification in acupuncture, classical homeopathy, hypnosis, medical herbology, and emergency medicine.

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