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Pomegranate Seeds: Symbol of Life, Health, Knowledge and Fertility


Pomegranates have been cultivated for over 5,000 years and have long been symbolic of life, health, knowledge and fertility. The ancient Romans, Greeks, Phoenicians, Egyptians, and many more, all held the pomegranate in high regard. And for good reason! Not only do pomegranate seeds have an incredible taste, they also contain an abundance of nutrition that gives them that special status of being a superfood. New Pomegranate Seeds - Plus Huge Special on Blue Mangosteen


The Pomegranate: A Legendary Food

Although pomegranate is believed to have originated in the Middle East, it is now grown all over the world for its amazing flavor and health benefits. The Greek poet Homer wrote about pomegranate in his famous Hymns. Pomegranate has been found in the tombs of Egyptian royalty and has been used for thousands of years in the Ayurveda system of medicine in India.

Even Thomas Jefferson planted pomegranate at his estate in 1771.Very few foods have appealed to so many different cultures across such vast expanses of time. Pomegranate is obviously something very special.Eating pomegranate seeds is a truly delectable experience. The tangy, sweet fruit mixes wonderfully with the nutty flavor of the seeds. But besides the amazing taste experience, pomegranates are loaded with nutrition.

2164 - Pomegranate Seeds, White, 4oz, Organic, Sun-dried
Pomegranate Seeds, White, 4oz, Organic, Sun-dried

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Benefits of Pomegranate

Pomegranates are rich in antioxidants and high in fiber. All of the fiber is contained in the edible seeds, which also contain vitamins B, C and K. Vitamin C is vital for the immune system and for healthy skin, teeth and bones, while vitamin K is important for proper blood clotting.

Pomegranate seeds also contain nutrients such as calcium, potassium, phosphorus, and polyphenols.Plus pomegranate seeds are high in linoleic acid, an essential omega-3 fatty acid that must be obtained from food, since our bodies cannot produce it on their own.

Benefits of Pomegranate


The Sunfood Difference

Our organic and sun-dried pomegranate seeds are from the rare and delicious white pomegranate. White pomegranate is thought by many to have the best tasting seeds. Grown in a remote area of Uzbekistan, untouched by herbicides and pesticides, the pomegranates are picked ripe. The seeds are removed and gently sun-dried, without the use of preservatives or artificial colorants.


How to Use Pomegranate Seeds

Pomegranate seeds can be enjoyed on their own, straight from the bag. They are crunchy, nutty, sweet and tangy all at the same time. Try adding them to raw muesli, or mix them with your favorite nuts and seeds to make your own superfood trail mix. How to Use Pomegranate Seeds

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