The juice of the pomelit a fruit developed in Israel (a hybrid of grapefruit) has been shown to reduce blood cholesterol levels and increase antioxidant activity. This is good news for the 37 million American adults who have blood cholesterol levels high, and the 105 million who have cholesterol levels above the desirable (hypercholesterolemia). Tagged internationally as Jaffa Sweetie Juice pomelit juice increases the chances of avoid the arterial collapse and the heart attacks among their consumers, according to an investigation conducted by the famous scientist of the Hebrew University, Dr. Shela Gorinstein. These findings were recently published by Gorinstein of the Department of medicinal chemistry and natural products from the Faculty of pharmacy of the University of Jerusalem, in the journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, a known publication of the American Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific society. Clinical research took place in the Hospital Kaplan of Rehovot between 72 patients, and was carried out by a team led by Professor Abraham Caspi, director of the Cardiovascular, Institute in cooperation with other research groups at various universities in Japan, Korea South, Germany, the Czech Republic and Poland, which were conducted by the similar. Positive results were obtained for all the research groups.
I have worked with Professor Caspi for twenty years, and this is the fifteenth release we have made, Gorinstein told ISRAEL21c. During the past twenty-five years, I have been researching different foods and diets and their effects on cholesterol. The studies of beer, currant, exotic fruits like durian, which is mostly cultivated in Thailand, as well as fruits such as apples and pears made everything with the aim of discovering a diet that reduces cholesterol. Sweetie, a hybrid of grape with the appearance and the high content of juice of the grape but with the sweet flavor of grapefruit, is known for its high sugar content and its very low acidity.