posted on May, 8 2013 @ 10:15 AM
reply to post by purplemer
If pomegranate cleans your arteries so well, how come Egyptians, a country where pomegranates are a staple in their diet, ranks 7th among 56 countries
for the highest incidence of athrosclerosis?
Is it possible, just maybe, but still possible that someone wants to boost pomegranate sales and funded a few studies to achieve the desired
Actually, I don't care about the studies. Studies are just small samples of a whole population. Studies involving hamsters are even further removed
from anything actually meaningful.
I am going to rely on facts. Fact - Egyptians have high rates of athrosclerosis.
Fact - Egyptians eat a lot of pomegranates
Conclusion: Eating pomegranates DOES NOT clean arteries as well as the studies say they do.
Further conclusions: some people believe everything they read as it follows the word "study".
Tired of Control Freaks