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Allergic Reaction To Pomegranate Juice
Could be the: Preservative, if it is a canned juice, not sure if it was fresh juice, if it was, could be a reaction to material in the peel ...Read more
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
Be wary: Most fruit juices are just sugary beverages, providing extra calories — all from refined carbohydrates — without sating appetite. And this is true whether you drink apple or orange juice or one of the fancy new juices like acai berry or pomegranate juice. The added calories can contribute to weight gain and increased risk of both diabetes and heart disease. ...Read more
Answered above.: See the reply to the same question above. ...Read more
Keep it natural...: Truth be told, that would probably be fine but I'd be happier if you were just eating the carrot and pomegranate. Probably more nutritious that way. ...Read more
Pomegranate juice: Usually pomegranate juice is recommended around 8-10 months of age. In adults it has been shown to decrease duration of cold symptoms. ...Read more
Only if: You like the taste of pomegranate juice -- otherwise it has no benefits. It won't interact however. ...Read more
Why?: At that age complex food or drink items provide a risk of a food reaction without any real benefit to the child.They have crude taste buds & need nothing more than breast milk or formula at that age. After a year the gut has matured and more complex items can be offered with minimal risk. ...Read more
What to do if a friends baby has septo-optic dysplasia and someone told her to try pomegranate juice.?
No effect: This condition should be followed by a neurologist or a neuro-ophthalmologist. There is no evidence that pomegranate juice has any effect on this, but if your friend is convinced it would help there is no harm using it and it might be better if you do not say anything about this. ...Read more
Fruit juice: There are no direct data to say yes or no. Cranberry extract does help recurrent UTI by reducing bacterial adhesion to ureter and bladder. Ponegranate can reduce renin angiotensin presence, and this can reduce BP a bit but can elevate potassium in blood. Both juices contain anti-oxidants, and anti-oxidants are beneficial for kidney disease. However, potassium retention is the larger concern. ...Read more
I suffer from epilepsy and am taking prescribed anti convulsants. Can pomegranate juice be harmful for me?
No problem: Unlikely to have any interaction with your medications. (by the way, not true for grapefruit juice, which can affect several medication metabolic breakdowns) pomegranate is fine. ...Read more
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A friends baby has septo-optic dysplasia and someone told her to try pomegranate juice. Is that a good remedy?
Tastes good: This may be tasty to drink but will have no effect on septo-optic dysplasia. ...Read more
You do not tolerate: It disagrees with you.Get a more detailed answer ›
Not so much: Megadoses of green tea extract can suppress methylation. But is you are just having some normal stuff here and there I would not worry about it. ...Read more
I have a bad tummy ache and feel constipated. Only additional food I consumed out of normal are fried peanuts yesterday and pomegranate juice today?
Can cause many people problems. The fried peanuts may not be sitting well.
Pomegranate juice is rich in antioxidants and can be very beneficial.
Drink plenty of water. You may find that papaya enzyme may help as well. Or it may be an accumulation of things you have eaten or the beginning of a stomach bug. ...Read more
Pomegranate, red cabbage and nectarine during pregnancy... Are any of these juices harmful in pregnancy?
Probably: Neem juice, extracted from the fruit and leaves of the neem plant, known scientifically as azadirachta indica has been advocated for treating many conditions. Neem oil causing allergic contact dermatitis has been published in the medical literature. If a rash has occurred after exposure (especially on more than one occasion) then yes, it definitely could be the neem juice. ...Read more