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Pomella Pomegranate Extract Capsules are a natural supplement created by Verdure Sciences. Pomella Pomegranate Extract Capsules are a source of the plentiful antioxidants found in pomegranates that promote cardiovascular health and longevity. One antioxidant group in particular, punicalagins, are polyphenols that find and neutralize free radicals as well as modulate inflammation.
Backed by extensive research to compare various pomegranates and preserve the potency of the punicalagins, Pomella Pomegranate Extract Capsules bring you the most consistent and bioactive Pomegranate Extract available.
Pomella Pomegranate Extract uses mainly center on it being a high potency antioxidant supplement. The antioxidants in Pomella Pomegranate Extract Capsules promote overall health, including heart health and healthy aging.
Pomella Pomegranate Extract has undergone extensive testing to determine antioxidant levels and safety.
Verdure Sciences implements a high standard of quality for its research, manufacturing, and final product.
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A 2014 UCLA study showed Pomella® ranked highest in antioxidant activity across a number of assays includingORAC, TEAC, FRAP and DPPH, compared to 26 other antioxidant products (1). In other 2014 studies, Pomella® was shown to impact cognitive function and markers of healthy brain aging, and inhibit AGE - advanced glycation end products (2,3).
A study by researchers at the University of Florida found that a single dose of Pomella led to a significant, 32% increase of antioxidant activity in one hour after dosing (4).
A study by researchers at Texas A&M University found that Pomella® absorbs into colon cells as bioactive metabolites. In contrast, purified ellagic acid did not absorb. This study suggested that the main pomegranate polyphenol needed for bioactivity is punicalagins, not ellagic acid (5).
1. Liu et al. Food and Function 2014. DOI: 10.1039/c4fo00538d
2. Ahmed et al. Current Alzheimer’s Research 2014 (11).
3. Henning et al. J. Agric. Food Chem. 2014, 62, 4313−4321
4. Mertens-Talcott et al. J Agric Food Chem. 2006 Nov
5. Cell transport of Pomella in CACO-2 cell line, Texas A&M,