As you may have figured from my post earlier this week– I am kind of a major super-fan of the mighty pomegranate. Not only are they a nutritional powerhouse, but they are simply one the tastiest fruits I have ever eaten. Unfortunately, pomegranates are also one of the most annoying fruits to eat, as they are a) tedious to pick through, and b) so juicy that the red stuff often stains my clothing, making me very sad :(
Well, if you find that you are in the same dilemma, let me show you the best way I have found to seed the fruit in about a minute, without getting any stains, anywhere! Yes, the pomegranate Gods have answered my prayers :)
“You need not spend hundreds of dollars at the cosmetic counter; you can avoid wrinkles simply by placing healthy choices on your plate” – Allison Tannis, M.S., R.H.N
I decided to start off this post with that awesome quote by Allison Tannis, author of Feed Your Skin, Starve Your Wrinkles (a great read for anyone interested in how food makes you beautiful) because I think it is such an important concept that most of us tend to overlook. I am always shocked by the amount of money some people will willingly spend on an anti-wrinkle cream in hopes that it will bring them the fountain of youth (…but to no avail), and yet they chow down daily on garbage that comes from a processed source. Where is the logic? Here is the simple fact. You are what you eat, and what you eat has a major role in how youthful you look.