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Are there any drug interactions between salmon oil, hyaluronic acid, biotin, vitamin c, and pomegranate?
No: Not that i know.Get a more detailed answer ›
See previous answers: Check out https://www.Healthtap.Com/#topics/does-pomegranate-cause-constipation. Another source (http://goo.Gl/ywlflm) says there's insufficient evidence for using pomegranate for diarrhea & dysentery. So from an evidence-based perspective, looks like it's still up in the air. Consider eating an orange or unpeeled apple as 2 different sources of fiber. Drink plenty of fluids & exercise regularly. ...Read more
Every part of pomegranate has medicinal value.
Tea made with dried skin cure dysentery & useful in prostate problems.
Pomegranate juice contains polyphenols,tannins & anthocyanins. In patients with severe carotid stenosis, consumption of 250 ml of pom juice for 1 year resulted in 35% reduction of atherosclerotic patches. ...Read more
No proven benefit: Pomegranate has been studied for its anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory effect in animal studies but there is no convincing evidence that it slows the progression of CKD. It is rather high in potassium and can lead to high serum potassium in patients with advanced CKD. ...Read more
Good for you!: On the contrary, pomegranates are not only tasty, but actually quite healthy, particularly if you eat the seeds and all, which contain quite a bit of dietary fiber. Despite a lot of hype on the Internet, however, other claims for health benefits from pomegranates are not proven. However, they are tasty and within reasonable amounts, are good for you too. Enjoy! ...Read more
Not necessarily: Oxalates are compounds from oxalic acid and found in many foods such as spinach, kale, beets, nuts, chocolate, tea, wheat bran, etc. ...Read more
Many great benefits:
Pomegranates are among the healthiest of all foods, with particular benefits for preventing and reversing cardiovascular disease, preventing cancer and enhancing immune function. See https://www.drfuhrman.com/library/article19.aspx
and http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/05/10/pomegranates.aspx ...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
Best way is: to balance daily exercise and eating a healthy diet with fruits and vegetables. Pomegranate by itself is a high anti-oxidant fruit, as are many others touted to help lose weight, but if you look at the fine print, ALL of these claims say to add exercise for real weight loss. Stop eating processed, fried, GMO foods too. Eat greens cooked or raw, and even less meat. Hydrate more while working out 2. ...Read more
THAT IS THE VERY:
First time i've heard of the erectile prowess of nuts and cranberries.
I will do my own study on it and will get back with you as soon as the results are in! ...Read more
Easy way out.: Just eat pomegranate. It's really tasty.Get a more detailed answer ›
Possible: Pomegranate is a good source of fiber and usually is helpful in people who are constipated, and may help "regulate" their bm's. However, everyone metabolizes food differently, and too much of one thing can sometimes be detrimental and cause the oposite effect, inyour case, ...Too much fiber may constipate you. Find a happy medium with fluids and fiber in an attempt to regulate your stools. ...Read more
Only if: You like the taste of pomegranate juice -- otherwise it has no benefits. It won't interact however. ...Read more
Food Myths: Nope. That would be a false myth. ...Read more
Probably: Research suggests that pomegranate is safe in pregnancy. In fact, it may prevent some pregnancy complications. https://medicine.wustl.edu/news/headlines/pomegranate-juice-may-prevent-pregnancy-complications/ There isn't a lot of research on the extract, but its probably safe. Best wishes! ...Read more
? Migraine: If tyramine problem=migraine, here is a list of foods that are rich in tyramine to avoid triggering headaches: chocolate, yoghurt, all cheese except cottage cheese, smoked/pickled fish/meats (inc herring, caviar, bologna, salami, pepperoni), liver, avocados, bananas, figs, raisins+ red wine. Check out my plate recommendations for food ideas, alternatives. From a fellow migraineur since childhood:). ...Read more
Although eating : Pomegranate seeds is very healthy - it will not change the size of your penis. ...Read more