POMELLA®, the premium, natural-spectrum pomegranate extract, is the only pomegranate extract to undergo human clinical research. Exhibiting potent antioxidant activity, POMELLA has been shown to help regulate inflammatory processes, promoting healthy vascular and cellular function.
In a recent study accepted by a major peer-reviewed American scientific journal, consumption of POMELLA in human subjects resulted in a significant increase in antioxidant capacity of blood. Pomegranate metabolites such as ellagic acid were detected, marking the first time ellagic acid has been found in human blood after consumption of a pomegranate extract.
POMELLA is standardized to punicalagins, ellagitannins which are known to hydrolyse, or break down, into ellagic acid, and are therefore the major players behind the fruit's radical-scavenging power. But the power of POMELLA extends past the potent punicalagins. By preserving the native ratio of whole pomegranate polyphenols, including punicalagins, POMELLA proves cost-effective by concentrating the antioxidant potency of several pomegranates in one small, clinically researched dose.
With full safety and clinical profiles, this U.S. Patent 6,395,775 pomegranate extract promotes optimal cardiovascular health by offering the antioxidant potency of the juice without the sugar, additives, or preservatives.
Vertical integration ensures only organically-grown, pesticide-free and non-GMO pomegranates are custom-formulated into POMELLA using our cGMP, ISO-9001-2000/HACCP facility. Our environment-friendly process utilizes only verified standards and published, patent-protected methods, and ensures the first Kosher-certified, all-natural pomegranate extracpolyphenol complex that works to extend your finished product's life.
Undergoing a long-term clinical study plan, including its effects on cardiovascular risk factors, POMELLA is backed by a broad range of university- and industry-researched technical data, stability studies, and antioxidant assays.
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