Man’s best friend may have to step a side, new research on Pomegranate released.
|Man’s best friend may have to step a side, new research on Pomegranate released.||Darrell Miller||11/08/07|
November 08, 2007 12:24 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (email@example.com)
Subject: Man’s best friend may have to step a side, new research on Pomegranate released.
Recently, two UCLA investigations suggest that pomegranate might do wonders for man’s reproductive tract. Scientists found the pomegranate phytonutrient ellagitannins were able to slow the growth of prostate cancer cells in laboratory experiment. A recent carefully controlled pilot study discovered that 47% of men with erectile dysfunction (ED) experienced improvement when they drank pomegranate juice regularly. Researchers attributed this to pomegranates antioxidant activity. J Agricultural & Food Chemistry 08/2007; Int’l J Impotence Research 06/14/2007.