Pomegranate, 500 mg, 60 Capsules, Ellagic Acid
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Benefit, side effects, reviews
Pomegranate powder is a Dietary Supplement that contains ellagic acid.
October 25, 2018
Benefit, ingredients, composition and review
The Pomegranate fruit has beneficial substances, such as polyphenols, that have antioxidant, anti-viral, and anti-tumor activity. Pomegranate may also be helpful in maintaining healthy cholesterol and triglyceride levels, and studies indicate it has compounds that play a role in joint health and prostate health. *
Capsule or pill versus juice
By taking a pomegranate pill you get the benefits of the pomegranate juice and fruit while avoiding the calories and sugar (fructose). Some people alternate drinking pomegranate juice, eating the fruit kernels, or taking a pomegranate supplement.
Why take pomegranate supplement pills?
Pomegranate (Punica granatum) is from a pure, whole-fruit source. Did you know? Pomegranate has been used and appreciated for centuries throughout world cultures.
- For Healthy Aging *
- To Improve Antioxidant Support, see also Amla, Goji berry, Carnosine, Acetylcysteine, Acetyl-L-carnitine, and Alpha lipoic acid
- To Maintain a Healthy Cholesterol Level
- To Support the Immune System
- To Support Healthy Cells in the body
- To Maintain Healthy Lipid Levels
- For a Healthy Prostate Gland * Also consider Prostate Power Rx
Suggested Use, dosage, how much to take
As a dietary supplement, take one to four capsules on an empty stomach or with food, or as recommended by your health care provider. This supplement can be taken with any meal, breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
|Serving Size: 1 Capsule|
|Servings Per Container: 60 Capsules|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
Pomegranate (seed) (Punica granatum)
|†Daily Value or Recommended Daily Intake Not Established
Other Ingredients: Magnesium Stearate, Rice Powder, and Gelatin.
Capsules versus juice
Q. How does 500 mg of pomegranate extract pill compare to 8 ounces of pomegranate juice? I would like to substitute the pomegranate extract capsules for the juice that I've been drinking.
A. It is very difficult to compare a pomegranate pill vs juice since no studies have been done to find out which form is better and what the equivalency of juice is to extract. Pomegranate juice has a lot of calories and fructose. On average, most people take 1 to 4 pomegranate capsules a day. Studies in the future could perhaps shed some light.
Calories in the fruit
Q. My question is on pomegranate nutrition fact, specifically calories. How many calories would be in a pomegranate about four inches in diameter?
A. If you eat a pomegranate fruit of that size, expect to have about 120 calories. Pomegranate health benefits and antioxidant benefits can also be obtained through a supplement if you don't wish to ingest about 25 grams of sugar. One option is to alternate between drinking the juice, taking a pomegranate supplement, or eating a whole fruit.
Combining with other beneficial herbal supplements
Q. Are there any serious reactions taking a pomegranate extract pill with a mangosteen supplement, goji berry, amla, or other berry and fruit extracts?
A. We do not expect any untoward side effects since both mangosteen and pomegranate supplements have a very low side effect profile and so do goji berry and amla.
Q. Which is a more beneficial supplement, pomegranate, acai, goji berry, or resveratrol?
A. They are all healthy supplements and you may wish to alternate their use just as you would with an apple and an orange. Both fruits are healthy but we cannot say one is better than the other. All of these supplements have their unique benefits.
Side effects, safety
Q. After how many pomegranate caps a day would a person have significant side effects?
A. We suggest taking 2 to 4 pomegranate caps a day a few days a week. It's difficult to say how many pomegranate caps it would take to cause side effects. Our research team has taken five caps a day for a week and we have not had side effects with five pomegranate caps. See Pomegranate for the latest studies and review of adverse reactions.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.