A Feast of Beautiful jewel toned seeds of the Pomegranate

We hope you have all settled into the New Year well and that you are enjoying a month of Bliss and Health!

If you are looking for that extra boost to your health, be sure to order some of our **NEW** Organic Pomegranates and Pomegranate Juice!

Not only are the beautiful jewel toned seeds of the pomegranate a feast for the eyes but they also offer amazing health benefits!

Pomegranate seeds can be eaten raw or used to produce an antioxidant packed juice!

Anti-oxidants!
Pomegranate offers huge benefits to the cardiovascular system and has been known to lower blood pressure when added to a daily diet.

Anti-inflammatory!
Pomegranates contain anit-oxidants known as flavanols which aid in preventing reducing inflammation in joints.

Bio-active compounds!
Pomegranate has been used since ancient times to assist with fighting bacterial infections and it has been suggested that it assists with stimulating probiotic bacteria.

Vitamins!
A single glass of pomegranate juice can provide you with 40% of your daily requirement of folic acid and vitamins A, C and E.

Aphrodisiac!
Pomegranate has been linked to increase in testosterone levels and an improved mood and increased sexual desire.

Thank us later 😉

We could go on and on about the benefits of including pomegranate in your diet! But we thought we would skip over quickly to the good part and suggest this amazing recipe for a really simple, summery pomegranate salad that you can toss together without any fuss!

**Spinach Pomegranate Salad**

Ingredients
– 1 bag of baby spinach leaves, rinsed and drained
– 1/4 red onion, sliced thin
– 1/2 cup of nuts
– 1/2 cup of crumbled feta
– 1/4 cup of sprouts
– 1 pomegranate, peeled and seeds separated
– 4 tablespoons of balsamic vinaigrette

Method
Place the spinach leaves in a large serving bowl and top with red onion, nuts and feta.

Place the pomegranate seeds on top where they can be grandly displayed. Drizzle with balsamic to taste! And Enjoy!

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Comments ( 2 )

  1. Carl

    Hi Annique. Do you know where I can get goats quark or organic goats cheese from. I'm recovering from Stage 3c colorectal cancer- have declined radio and chemo therapy- and hope to follow dr Budwigs regime. I am allergic to cows milk ( ? Lactose ? Casein) so would prefer goats milk products. Thanks for your help. Carl ( Dr Snyman)

  2. Anique

    Hi Dr Carl Synman, we have non-certified goat's cheese from Foxenburg available for order http://www.ethical.org.za. You are welcome to contact Anique with further queries via email: customerliaison@ethical.org.za ♡ Wishing you all the best in your recovery ♡