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Pomegranate Juice

I know some of you have been raving about pomegranate juice. I personally have been eating pomegranates since I can remember and I decided to find a study that was done for erection quality. It turns out, there really ARE positive benefits to it!

Pomegranate Juice’s Potential Benefits For Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

A study published in the July 2005 edition of the Journal of Urology, entitled “Oxidative Stress in Arteriogenic Erectile Dysfunction: Prophylactic Role of Antioxidants,” examined the effects of long term intake of pomegranate juice on erectile dysfunction (ED) in an animal model. The results suggest for the first time that free radicals (oxidative stress) are a contributing factor in erectile dysfunction. As a result, pomegranate juice may be of benefit through an antioxidant mechanism.

I just bought 3x 1.4 liter bottles of POM which is pure pomegranate juice (much easier than eating all of the seeds). In addition to EQ properties, this wonderful fruit has alot of other benefits associated with it. I strongly suggest that you all give it a look.

And for those who have tried it, please keep this thread alive and share some of your experiences.


Nov 1, 07 - BPEL = 6 inches EG 5.2 inches, Dec 1, 07 - BPEL = 6.25 inches EG 5.9 inches

Apr 22, 08 - BPEL = 6.35 inches EG 6.1 inches

GOAL - 8 inches BPEL 7 inches EG with a new nickname... SHOCKPOUNDER

Let us no how it goes, I recently changed my diet I haven’t tried Pomegranate juice yet although eating healthy freaking gets expensive:)


I haven't failed, I've found 10,000 ways that don't work. Thomas Edison (1847-1931)

Dino I’m with you. Eating healthy is expensive. I’ve recently taken a look at my eating habits, and their effects on erection quality, hair loss etc., and I believe they are all linked. So I decided to make some changes and got “sticker shock” at the check out. Funny thing is I looked at pomegranate juice in the store and passed over it. I opted instead for some naval oranges, some bananas and a bunch of pink lady apples. Those apples are sometimes hard to get but well worth the little extra money when you do come across them. Anyway, I will get some pomegranate juice at the store the next time. I’m for anything that helps my little buddy get up and go to work on his own.:)

Day 4 of Pomegranate heaven for me and I am feeling good, but I will wait a month to ascertain my results if any.


Nov 1, 07 - BPEL = 6 inches EG 5.2 inches, Dec 1, 07 - BPEL = 6.25 inches EG 5.9 inches

Apr 22, 08 - BPEL = 6.35 inches EG 6.1 inches

GOAL - 8 inches BPEL 7 inches EG with a new nickname... SHOCKPOUNDER

Do you guys mean eating healthily (because you need a fucking adverb not an adjective)?

Pomegranate juice is just another fad. I came across a breakdown a while ago of these so called super-foods (in the UK magazine “Which?”) which rubbished it. As with the majority of these fads, I’m happy to buy into it because of the hole in my life left by a lack of belief in a higher power and the, inner self damaging, effects western consumerism.


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Originally Posted by memento
Do you guys mean eating healthily (because you need a fucking adverb not an adjective)?

Pomegranate juice is just another fad. I came across a breakdown a while ago of these so called super-foods (in the UK magazine “Which?”) which rubbished it. As with the majority of these fads, I’m happy to buy into it because of the hole in my life left by a lack of belief in a higher power and the, inner self damaging, effects western consumerism.


No, they mean healthy as an adjective describing the quality of their food, not an adverb describing how they are ingesting it. Also, it’s refreshing to find someone who thinks it is actually a good idea to believe everything they read.

Originally Posted by memento
Do you guys mean eating healthily (because you need a fucking adverb not an adjective)?

Pomegranate juice is just another fad. I came across a breakdown a while ago of these so called super-foods (in the UK magazine “Which?”) which rubbished it. As with the majority of these fads, I’m happy to buy into it because of the hole in my life left by a lack of belief in a higher power and the, inner self damaging, effects western consumerism.

Just wanted to know how credible your magazine is and what studies they have done to determine these results as being true. Who conducted their studies and documented them medically? Other magazines have also trashed Turmeric however we all know that it is a good spice with many positive health benefits.

Eating healthy simply means using common sense when choosing foods to put into your body. Obviously foods with more preservatives, prepackaged foods, fast food simple manufactured sugars, MSG etc.. have been deemed not so good for the body. These items have been shown to have negative effects on the body in many different ways, some of which we are not even aware of yet. However, eating foods that are natural, fresh and nutrient rich has been shown over time to be far better for the human body.

While I believe that both are decadent, wasteful societies (Western and UK) in which hype and lack of education go hand in hand, you can’t honestly tell me that the UK doesn’t have fads of their own and isn’t considered a part of Western consumerism.

Many spices, fruits and other plants have been used by other countries for centuries while we are just figuring out their positive benefits now.

In short, where I live (Canada) pomegranate juice costs the same as any other type of fresh juice. I have been eating this fruit for years but had to stop because I just cant always find them. My juice costs 5$ Canadian (about 2 BP) per 1.4L. I drink about 250ml a day. Thats 5$ a week or 20$ a month for something I would be drinking anyways (juice). It is unlike Goji juice where people pay 60$ and over per bottle and I am not saying there aren’t other fruits out their with good aspects about them. But what could the harm be in trying a product that not only tastes great… but has so many good benefits associated with it. Is it not worth a try?

I don’t think there is anything that should be called a “super food” and memento I believe whole heartedly that you are right about too much hype. But at the price of normal grocery store items, assuming you enjoy the taste, is it really such a bad thing?


Nov 1, 07 - BPEL = 6 inches EG 5.2 inches, Dec 1, 07 - BPEL = 6.25 inches EG 5.9 inches

Apr 22, 08 - BPEL = 6.35 inches EG 6.1 inches

GOAL - 8 inches BPEL 7 inches EG with a new nickname... SHOCKPOUNDER

Originally Posted by memento
Do you guys mean eating healthily (because you need a fucking adverb not an adjective)?

Pomegranate juice is just another fad. I came across a breakdown a while ago of these so called super-foods (in the UK magazine “Which?”) which rubbished it. As with the majority of these fads, I’m happy to buy into it because of the hole in my life left by a lack of belief in a higher power and the, inner self damaging, effects western consumerism.

Having a bad day? About that hole in your life and your lack of belief, that may have the makings for a good thread of it’s own but it has very little to do with pomegranate juice:) .


I haven't failed, I've found 10,000 ways that don't work. Thomas Edison (1847-1931)

raybbaby,

Originally Posted by raybbaby
No, they mean healthy as an adjective describing the quality of their food, not an adverb describing how they are ingesting it. Also, it’s refreshing to find someone who thinks it is actually a good idea to believe everything they read.

Eating as a verb is consuming food, thus an adverb is required. Eating as an adjective would not make sense in this context (nor bring us any closer to a noun). Saying that the food is implied and therefore an adjective is required for the implied noun makes no sense.

Naturally I believe everything I read, even that Pomegranate juice ‘may cure impotence’ and, as someone who is largely impotent on the subject of US foreign policy, this is of great solace to me.

btamboli,

>Just wanted to know how credible your magazine is and what studies they have done to determine these results as being true. Who conducted their studies and documented them medically? Other magazines have also trashed Turmeric however we all know that it is a good spice with many positive health benefits.<

Which? is a consumer magazine. They claim no bias (which is of course impossible). Here’s a link to the synopsis of the article I read (I think). You need a subscription (or trial subscription to read it). Maybe I can find the mag somewhere and regurgitate it into this thread at some point. Whether it’s bollocks or not is another thing. Check out this for more info and a link to turmeric: Ben Goldacre is rather good at trashing the pseudo science we see displayed in newspapers as fact on a daily basis.

>I don’t think there is anything that should be called a “super food” and memento I believe whole heartedly that you are right about too much hype. But at the price of normal grocery store items, assuming you enjoy the taste, is it really such a bad thing?<

It’s the hype that bothers me. It seems like a good way to get people to avoid a healthy diet (note the adjective because diet can be a noun) and focus on the minutiae that make little or no difference to someone eating healthily (note the adverb because eat is a verb).

Dino,

I’m having a great day. Thanks for asking.

A lack of belief is a wonderful thing. I barely believe myself sometimes.


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Originally Posted by memento
raybbaby,

Eating as a verb is consuming food, thus an adverb is required. Eating as an adjective would not make sense in this context (nor bring us any closer to a noun). Saying that the food is implied and therefore an adjective is required for the implied noun makes no sense.

Naturally I believe everything I read, even that Pomegranate juice ‘may cure impotence’ and, as someone who is largely impotent on the subject of US foreign policy, this is of great solace to me.

btamboli,

>Just wanted to know how credible your magazine is and what studies they have done to determine these results as being true. Who conducted their studies and documented them medically? Other magazines have also trashed Turmeric however we all know that it is a good spice with many positive health benefits.<

Which? is a consumer magazine. They claim no bias (which is of course impossible). Here’s a link to the synopsis of the article I read (I think). You need a subscription (or trial subscription to read it). Maybe I can find the mag somewhere and regurgitate it into this thread at some point. Whether it’s bollocks or not is another thing. Check out this for more info and a link to turmeric: Ben Goldacre is rather good at trashing the pseudo science we see displayed in newspapers as fact on a daily basis.

>I don’t think there is anything that should be called a “super food” and memento I believe whole heartedly that you are right about too much hype. But at the price of normal grocery store items, assuming you enjoy the taste, is it really such a bad thing?<

It’s the hype that bothers me. It seems like a good way to get people to avoid a healthy diet (note the adjective because diet can be a noun) and focus on the minutiae that make little or no difference to someone eating healthily (note the adverb because eat is a verb).

Dino,

I’m having a great day. Thanks for asking.

A lack of belief is a wonderful thing. I barely believe myself sometimes.

Glad to hear you are having a good day! It’s sunny outside here :)

One thing I can’t believe, is that you have turned a discussion on pomegranate juice into a grammar lesson. In addition, there are tonnes of people who like bash pretty much everything around yet those same people cannot recommend something that will aid others.

You seem to have a truly pessimistic view on life, and have contributed nothing positive to this thread other than sarcasm. If you can’t believe yourself then who do you believe? How would you expect US to believe you if you don’t believe yourself?

You also appear to be a huge fan of bashing the US and supporting the UK, didn’t they follow the US into Iraq? Yet… I digress. You seem to have put down all of our ideas yet have offered nothing positive in return. Why not suggest what you believe would help out, nutrition wise? What have you done that worked for you?

Do you like pomegranates? Maybe if you tried them you would like them he he they are quite delicious.


Nov 1, 07 - BPEL = 6 inches EG 5.2 inches, Dec 1, 07 - BPEL = 6.25 inches EG 5.9 inches

Apr 22, 08 - BPEL = 6.35 inches EG 6.1 inches

GOAL - 8 inches BPEL 7 inches EG with a new nickname... SHOCKPOUNDER

>One thing I can’t believe, is that you have turned a discussion on pomegranate juice into a grammar lesson.<

What better place than where English is written?

>You also appear to be a huge fan of bashing the US and supporting the UK, didn’t they follow the US into Iraq? Yet… I digress.<

The UK is a horrible place. I’d suggest that if you absolutely have to visit you bring:

1) A balaclava, to avoid being caught on the endless CCTV camera;
2) Your own food, so that you don’t have to risk possible contamination from H5-N1;
3) A group of friends, so that you don’t have to interact too much with the native inhabitants.

>If you can’t believe yourself then who do you believe? How would you expect US to believe you if you don’t believe yourself?<

If you process your dietary decisions based on belief you might end up doing weird shit like not eating or drinking for 40 days and nights. Personally, if something is going to be labelled as a superfood, I want to see the evidence.

>Do you like pomegranates? Maybe if you tried them you would like them he he they are quite delicious.<

I think they are great but then I like fresh figs too so maybe my opinion is worthless.


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Hey Guys -

I thought I would put my two cents worth into this discussion / debate. It’s a given that eating right is healthy. It’s also a given that certain foods contain higher amounts of vitamins and minerals and free radical fighting enzymes. What I’m getting at is that although Pomegranate juice may become a fad, or is already a fad, it does contain nutrients that help men “function” better. It’s along the same principal of all of these herbal supplements. They work! I know they work.. The blood flow to my penis has caused my flaccid state to double all because of vitamins, herbs, and diet. This was before I started jelqing. My erections have been more intense, not to mention my orgasms. Oh boy! This was also before I started jelqing. Don’t kid yourselves, they do work! But they don’t work all by themselves. To make it all work best, use it all in combination. Results: Just ask my wife.. (Unless you can hear her from where your at!) Eat right, and jelq right!

Ok, about PMG juice being an anti-oxidant…but why would it be superior to say Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Pycnogenol or other anti-oxidants in this respect ?

Yeah its delicious, I’m planning on starting to drink it daily next week as well.

Everyone knows about vitamin E and C, but they don’t do it all. Everything we eat serves a purpose. Various vitamins and minerals attack different radicals running around our bodies. I’ve noticed that - for example - drinking a lot of coffee shrinks my dick. Taking L - Arginine opens the veins to my dick and my flaccid state gets about double. I’m telling you, don’t just think you can get by with taking extra “E” just because it’s supposed to be the sex vitamin. Get ‘em all, and you’ll “glow” sex!

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