New studies have revealed the amazing ability of one specific fruit in diminishing arthritis pain and stiffness.
And it works in the long haul.
What’s more, it doesn’t matter if you suffer osteoarthritis, rheumatoid or any other type of arthritis, eating this delicious fruit will cut your pain by up to 62%.
The best part is, it’s available in most supermarkets worldwide.
Pomegranates have recently become popular, not just for their taste, but for their medicinal properties in treating anything from arthritis, cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, ED, male infertility, and many other conditions.
One claim seems wilder than the next.
Yet, one such claim that is accumulating an impressive amount of research, however, is the ability of pomegranate to manage arthritis and arthritis pain, primarily due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
As per the norm, early studies were conducted on animals. For example, a 2009 study in the journal Phytotherapy Research found that pomegranate juice could not only reduce osteoarthritis pain in mice, but could also halt the inflammation and repair some of the joint damage that was caused by it.
A small exploratory Israeli study, with only eight subjects, published in the Israeli Medical Association Journal the tested effects of pomegranate extract on human beings with rheumatoid arthritis in 2011.
And their findings surpassed their wildest expectations.
They first analyzed their participant’s conditions, after which they gave them the pomegranate extract for 12 weeks.
They then examined their physical conditions again and found that there was a 62% reduction in pain and a 17% reduction in limb impairment.
They also discovered that free radicals were causing less oxidative damage.
Most experts believe that pomegranate exercises its effects through chemicals called polyphenols. These polyphenols include flavonoids, condensed tannins, and hydrolyzable tannins, all of which are the same substances that give berries, grape wine, and green tea their anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
The healthiest form to take pomegranate would thus be as an extract or as a whole fruit.
Unfortunately, juicing it would remove the fiber that is meant to slow your body’s absorption of the fructose and even promote its excretion. Such high, uncontrolled sugar content would then spike your blood glucose levels and can end up being stored as fat.
However, pomegranates are just a piece in the puzzle. To cure your arthritis permanently, you need to follow a solid strategy. Here is the exact strategy that healed my arthritis and helped thousands of readers in the same way…