Pomegranate Ingredient Spotlight


First things first, pomegranates are delicious, and their dark red seeds are a beautiful addition to a recipe! While their popularity in America is relatively new, pomegranates have been a staple in other cultures for thousands of years. Native to Iran and North India, the sweet fruit has long been grown and eaten throughout the Mediterranean regions of Asia, Africa and Europe. They were featured in ancient Egyptian art and mythology, and they’re even mentioned in the Old Testament of the Bible!

For those who exercise regularly, there is a constant battle to help the body recover as quickly as possible for the next workout. In a recent study weight lifters were given either a pomegranate juice drink or a placebo after training. The athletes who had the pomegranate juice showed reduced oxidative stress up to 48 hours after the exercise.

Pomegranate extract is one of 16 superfoods found in Kyäni Sunrise. You can shop for Kyäni products at shop.kyani.com.

*This information summarizes recent scientific research on ingredients included in Kyäni products. However, none of the studies cited here examined any Kyäni product, and there is not necessarily a relationship between these studies and any Kyäni product. Neither the studies nor the statements and products referenced here have been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Association. Kyäni products are not intended to, and do not, diagnose, treat, cure, prevent, or mitigate any disease or condition.

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