Pomegranate Research Paper - Amazon S3.
Abstract. Bacterial blight (Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. punicae) in recent years has become one of the most serious diseases of pomegranate (Punica granatum L.) in all the major pomegranate states (Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat) of the country resulting in enormous losses to growers.Under epidemic conditions blight resulted in yield losses up to 80 %.
But that all changed around the year 2000, when a couple of research papers observed the antioxidant health benefits derived from drinking pomegranate juice. Claims of lowering bad cholesterol and blood pressure and possibly warding off cancer, all by drinking the pressed juice of this ancient plant, have propelled the juice into the consciousness of health conscious Americans.
Pomegranate seed oil, rich in conjugate linolenic acid, was found to change weight gain, reduce body weight, and improve insulin sensitivity in mice, “suggesting that risk of developing type 2 diabetes may have been reduced”, says a paper published in the British Journal of Nutrition. While the juice and pulp of pomegranate have received considerable attention, particularly for their.
Collectively, the research hypotheses regarding pomegranate peel extract consumption would ameliorate cardiovascular risk factors in subjects with dyslipidemia were accepted. Further investigation with a larger sample size and longer intervention time are needed to confirm the beneficial effects of pomegranate peel in the prevention and treatment of dyslipidemia. Conflict of interest. The.
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The AESA based IPM - Pomegranate, was compiled by the NIPHM working group under the Chairmanship of Dr. Satyagopal Korlapati, IAS, DG, NIPHM, and guidance of Shri. Utpal Kumar Singh, IAS, JS (PP). The package was developed taking into account the advice of experts listed below on various occasions before finalization. NIPHM Working Group: Chairman: Dr. Satyagopal Korlapati, IAS, Director.
Watermelon juice enriched with l-citrulline combined with pomegranate extracts may reduce muscle soreness and markers of muscle damage following exercise, says a new study from Spain.