New Fruit Extract Helps Maintain Normal Blood Sugar & Cholesterol Keeps it That Way!
Unlocking the power of the Pomegranate
Science is winning the battle against some of the most feared health concerns in America. In the peel of a pomegranate, one of the most powerful antioxidants in the world was discovered. Called punicalagins, they’re only found in the pomegranate and their clinically studied power is extraordinary. Punicalagins are called “polyphenol bombs” by scientists because of their capability to provide unmatched antioxidant power.
Formulated with a robust blend of polyphenols, and the rare yet powerful punicalagin antioxidants, Pomera can help you see your best numbers yet—
And when your numbers look good, you’ll feel youthfully rejuvenated
from head to toe.*
Pomera delivers a powerhouse, clinically researched nutrient with youth-boosting benefits which promote healthy cellular function—from your arteries and brain to your heart and every joint and organ in the body.
How can the ingredients in Pomera help you?
Urolithins (Pomera’s gut-derived metabolites) have recently captured the attention of researchers for their incredible potential to protect the brain cells responsible for memory.
Reduce free radicals
In healthy human volunteers, a single dose of the extract in Pomera led to a significant 32% increase of antioxidant activity in the blood.
Support oral health
The four-week study on 32 healthy volunteers at The Ohio State University, found that a pomegranate extract used three times daily, significantly helped saliva bacterial growth and cell injury.
Better hair, skin and nails
Scientists from the University of Rhode Island report that punicalagins inhibit metalloproteinases (MMPs) which degrade collagen. MMPs are enzymes that can make your skin look much older.
Nitric oxide bioavailability is important for healthy joints due to its role as a mediator of vasodilation, inflammation, and pain perception.
Exhibiting potent antioxidant activity, the extract in Pomera has been shown to help regulate inflammatory processes, promoting healthy vascular and cellular function.