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Here's Why You Should Eat More Red Fruits in Fall

Fri 21 Oct 2022 | 07:58 PM
Here's Why You Should Eat More Red Fruits in Fall
Here's Why You Should Eat More Red Fruits in Fall
By Pasant Elzaitony

Here's what red fruit you should be buying for optimal freshness in the fall months

The fruit we have always associated with autumn is pomegranate. This red round fruit is rich in salt, and a range of vitamins. It also contains minerals that our body needs at this time of the year to face the impact of climate change and viral diseases as well as the harmful microbes that may infect the immune system.

Overall, Pomegranate seeds contain very powerful antioxidants, and its peel has three times the antioxidant activity of green tea. While Punic acid, found in pomegranate seed oil, has been shown to have powerful biological effects.

Here are some benefits of eating pomegranate bellow:


As we know, chronic inflammation can lead to different serious diseases, such as heart disease, cancer, type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer's disease and even obesity. Accordingly, there's nothing like pomegranate as it has powerful anti-inflammatory properties and intensive antioxidant properties.

*Pomegranate is useful for fighting bacterial and fungal infections

Generally, the bioactive compounds and substances in pomegranate can help fight harmful microorganisms, for example, they have been shown to fight some types of bacteria.

The antibacterial and antifungal effects may also be protective against infections of all kinds.

*Pomegranate is high in antioxidants

Pomegranate seeds, which are the edible portion of the fruit, get their red color from polyphenols, which are powerful antioxidants.

This healthy fruit has a much higher antioxidant capacity than most of the commonly consumed fruits, and it contains three times more antioxidants than green tea.

The antioxidants substances in pomegranate juice can also help protect cells from free radical damage and reduce inflammation.

* Vitamin C is found in Pomegranate

The juice that you get out of one pomegranate contains more than 40% of the daily needs of vitamin C, which is one of the most important vitamins that are useful for enhancing the efficiency of the immune system.

Contributed by Ahmad Emam

Here's Why You Should Eat More Red Fruits in Fall