Dr. Oz says pomegranates are good for your heart.

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What to Start Eating—Pomegranates
Dr. Oz says research on the health benefits of pomegranates has shown promising results. "We've done studies on them showing how they actually can change the way your arteries age—it's a very potent antioxidant," says Dr. Oz. "It also probably affects cancer rates, especially prostate cancer, but those studies haven't been finished yet."

Not only do pomegranates have extraordinary health benefits—they taste good, too. "It's a little sweet for me so I mix it with water, but pomegranates or their juice are worth trying out," Dr. Oz says.

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FROM: Dr. Oz's "90-Day Live Longer, Feel Younger Plan"
Published on January 01, 2006
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