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Wonder fruit.

IN your Chill Out magazine, you published an article about pomegranate fruit. It's an interesting read. I have always been fascinated with pomegranate's uniqueness... I have been in love with it for many years, but I rarely eat the fruit because it's o[umlaut]too much work for me'. I meant I found it complicated and challenging to get those brilliant red seeds. Pomegranate is actually not expensive, right? And I believe there is an abundant supply of the fruit here in Qatar, because evidently I always see the fruit in large quantities in all supermarkets in the country. Now that I have learned about the many wonders this fruit can do to our body, I am quite convinced that, yes, it's time to learn the easiest way to peel those pomegranates and then eat... drink to a healthier me! Also, I love knowing that pomegranate symbolises prosperity, fruitfulness and abundance. It wouldn't harm to believe! You see, I noticed that my skin and hair are becoming really dull. The article said pomegranate can do amazing wonders to skin and hair, too... this I will have to prove!

Lizz Y

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Publication:Qatar Tribune (Doha, Qatar)
Date:Jan 8, 2015
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