Foods for Inflammation
Our new formula combines the anti-oxidant and anti-aging properties of the pomegranate with the anti-inflammatory strength of curcumin plus the benefits of vitamin D3. Our curcumin bioavailability is 185 times more (AUC 24h) than most common supplements in the market. This synergistic combination makes sure that it will be absorbed into your body in as little as 66 minutes (versus up to 450 minutes for native curcumin) and will last as long as 24 hours (versus approximately 2 hours for native curcumin).
Clinically Supported Health Benefits
Designed in a cruelty free way to enhance your experience of vitamin D3 and Curcuminoids intake through a delicious and strikingly healthy food combination. No matter how you choose to use it, our pomegranate concentrate with vegan curcumin extract provides clinically supported benefits. We guarantee that it will transform your juice, smoothie or any salad into a delicious functional food combination.
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Receive orally 10ml of MILESTONE® Pomegranate daily. Alternatively, add it to smoothies/juices or raw in your salads and vegetables. No added sugars, sweeteners, artificial colors, or preservatives.
Pomegranate Concentrate with Seed Extract + Curcumin Extract + Vitamin D3. Plant Source Latin Name: Algae + Punica Granatum L. Part used: Epicarp, mesocarp, endocarp (peel, seeds, and arils).
Produced with slow technological practices, 100% bio certified, first cold pressure, processed under vacuum.
Always consult your doctor if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, undergoing medication or experiencing health problems.
It covers your daily D3 need, rich in Potassium and Polyphenols. It contains a natural food complex of vitamins not found elsewhere.
Pomegranate extract is often quite sweet, slightly hypoxic and tart due to the high concentration of polyphenols. You can maximize the antioxidant health benefit if you combine it with MILESTONE® High Phenolic Olive Oil.
Ideally keep refrigerated after opening
Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, University of Thessaly