The Mighty Pomegranate

From Huffington Post |  By Dr. Nalini Chilkov

 “Greek myths tell us that pomegranates, the fruit of Persephone, can guarantee a return to spring each year. And modern science tells us that pomegranates may indeed be a fruit of the Goddess in its capacity to alter cancer cell growth in a multiplicity of ways.

There are hundreds of studies on pomegranate and cancer. Cancer physiology is complex. Remarkably, constituents of this ruby red fruit speak to a number of significant pathways in the development and growth of cancer cells. Some researchers say that pomegranates and pomegranate juice have the potential to prevent cancer growth. Most of the research has been done on breast cancer, prostate cancer and lung cancer.”

For the complete article, including the five reasons to include pomegranates in an anti-cancer diet, click here.

For information on the anti-aging properties of pomegranates, click here.