In Biotta Pomegranate, the “fruit of the gods” is refined with white tea to create a delectable taste experience with superfood properties. Like all our juices, this creation is produced according to the Biotta principles:
- 100% natural
- 100% organic
- Made 100% from directly pressed juices, without any rediluted concentrate
- No added sugar (only the natural sugar in the ingredients)
- No dyes, preservatives or flavourings
- No added vitamins (fruits & vegetables have their own vitamins)
- Produced under climate-friendly conditions
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The pomegranate was already cultivated in ancient times, often called the “fruit of paradise” and used as a symbol of beauty and fertility. What sounds esoteric actually has a grain of truth to it, because we know today that the pomegranate has some powerful health benefits:
- Rich in phytonutrients
- Promotes heart and blood vessel health
- Known as an anti-ageing superfood
From Greek mythology to the Bible to the Christian Middle Ages – the pomegranate has been prized far and wide for thousands of years as “food of the gods”, often used as a symbol in heraldry and paintings. And with good reason, because we know today that pomegranates are rich in so-called phytonutrients. These are bioactive compounds that occur naturally in fruits and vegetables and can have positive effects on the body. The red fruit is full of polyphenols, for example, a subgroup of phytonutrients. In addition to strengthening the immune system, polyphenols have been shown to keep the heart and blood vessels healthy and even to protect the prostate from pathogens.
Fruit of paradise combats free radicals
Our modern lifestyles often lead to a build-up of so-called free radicals in the body. They result from metabolic processes but can also be caused by too much stress and by environmental factors such as UV radiation, chemicals in the environment or medications. When free radicals accumulate, the body experiences oxidative stress, which accelerates cell ageing and can thus promote disease. The polyphenols in pomegranates can support the body’s own defences against free radicals thanks to their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. This is one of the reasons why pomegranates are considered an anti-ageing booster, slowing down cell ageing.
So don’t neglect to include the ancient superfood pomegranate in your modern-day diet, and what better way to do so than as a delicious juice?