The Daily Mail mentions a small study involving cancer in mice that has been conducted at the University of Wisconsin.
A total of 24 mice were divided into three groups. One was given normal water to drink, while the others had their water supplemented with 0.1% or 0.2% of pomegranate juice.
The doses were chosen to mirror how much juice a typically healthy person might be willing to consume daily.
The results were dramatic, the scientists said. Cancer progression was significantly slowed in mice receiving the higher pomegranate dose.
When I first went to Dr. Fuhrman he told me to put a little bit of pomegranate juice--as well as ground flax, nuts, and fresh fruit--on my morning oatmeal. Especially if that fruit is blueberries, that makes for a delicious breakfast.