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The title of “one of the healthiest fruits on the planet” belongs to the pomegranate. This fruit has numerous health benefits for people of all ages, and especially for the elderly. A fun fact about the pomegranate is that it’s called the “divine fruit,” since it’s the most mentioned of its kind in theological books.

Pomegranates are an excellent source of vitamins as they contain vitamin A, vitamin C, and vitamin E. It also has anti-tumor, anti-viral, and antioxidant properties. Interestingly, this fruits contains more antioxidants than wine and green tea combined. If you consume it regularly, it can prevent many diseases.

Top Health Benefits of Pomegranate for the Elderly

Pomegranate protects the body from free radicals

Like we mentioned, this fruit is rich in antioxidants which protect our body from free radicals. These radicals are causing our body to age prematurely. They are formed when we are exposed to too much sun or toxins from our surroundings.

It thins our blood

This fruit prevents your blood platelets from forming clots and coagulating. Clots are created after you sustain an injury and they remain as a consequence. If they start moving through your body, they can be fatal.

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Fights heart disease and prostate cancer

According to recent studies, the juice from a pomegranate is good for battling prostate cancer. This fruit has an ability to slow down the development of cancer, and in some cases, it even can kill the cancer cells. And, as we’ve written above, it can thin our blood, which in return prevents cardiovascular diseases.

Pomegranate improves memory

After an experiment in which patients with memory issues were given 237ml of pomegranate juice every day, it was concluded that the juice from this fruit is good for their brain health. After a certain period, most of the patients had improvements in their verbal and visual memory. A study performed on mice even confirmed that pomegranate juice could prevent Alzheimer’s. But, unfortunately, this experiment is yet to be tested on humans.

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