Yes, pomegranate supplements offer all the benefits of pomegranates without all the calories and sugars. They can help improve heart health and reduce inflammation.
Some people may suffer from digestive issues, such as stomach cramps, diarrhea, vomiting, gas, and bloating, when taking pomegranate capsules. Also, a small amount of people may get an allergic reaction when taking a pomegranate supplement.
Pregnant or lactating women should not take a pomegranate supplement before consulting with a doctor. Also, if you take chronic medication, make sure you consult with your doctor before adding a new supplement.
Currently, there is no recommended dosage for pomegranate supplements. However, it seems that a good dosage may be between 350 to 750 mg per day.
Yes, according to studies, pomegranates may help reduce blood pressure and lower cholesterol levels, resulting in improved heart health.
Yes, pomegranate extract can help reduce oxalates and blood calcium, reducing the risk of kidney stones.
Vitamin C can help improve immune function, potassium can help reduce blood pressure, and folate can promote good blood cell formation.