Autumn brings to our pots a very special fruit that we transform into a product worthy of the most demanding kitchens, but above all, more demanding with health.
The pomegranate stands out for its powerful medicinal properties, which are mainly due to its content in two unique substances:
Punicalagins: very powerful antioxidants present in the rind and in the juice of the pomegranate.
Punic acid: a type of conjugated linoleic acid that is obtained from the oil of the seeds (arils) of the pomegranate.
It is a fruit rich in minerals, emphasizing potassium, although it also provides phosphorus, manganese, calcium, iron and magnesium. Among the vitamins, it contains mainly vitamins C, B1 and B2. Its effects range from the reduction of cardiovascular diseases and bacterial infections to the improvement of memory and physical performance.