What's up you healthy people? I have been off lately because hubby and I travelled a lot and we have three guests at home so; we miss blogging! I have so much to share and I hope I am back for good this time. Okay! Today, hubby and I had a little road trip down South of Florida. I have been wanting to eat fruits because I was hungry while we were having the road trip. We stopped by at Wal-Mart and bought this fruit!This is Pomegranate and a bit expensive because it's $2.28/lb. I love it. Do you know how to open a pomegranate? Here's how: Cut off the top just below the crown maybe half inch then, score the skin at each section. Separate each score then, loosen the flesh covered seeds called "arils". You need a bowl of course and you only need the arils so; do not include the white membrane. That's eat! That's how I ate it. It is juicy, yummy and full of health benefits! Pomegranates have polyphenols, a powerful and effective antioxidants. It helps protect the body against free radicals and other major factors in aging. This fruit is also a good source of Vitamin C. If you have colds, eat the pomegranate (",). Pomegranate is a good source for Vitamin K, a substance required for healthy blood coagulation. Moreover, pomegranates are good for the body especially when a person suffered a chronic conditions like heart disease and cancer. Come on, let us chow! Make this fruit your snacks!
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