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Pomegranate Nutrition Facts: Nutrients in The Juice and Seeds

Pomegranate is not only delicious to be eaten but it is also one of the most nutritious fruits to eat. It is rich in vitamin C, vitamin B5, potassium as well as polyphenols, a potent form of antioxidants. It is also considered one of the high-fiber fruits. A cup of pomegranate arils contains only 80 calories, but is packed with 5g of fiber and 180mg of potassium.

The three types of polyphenols which contain in pomegranate juice are tannins, anthocyanins, and ellagic acid. These antioxidants are believed to be able to help in preventing cancer and heart disease.

Most of the fiber in pomegranate is contained in its edible seeds. The seeds also contain unsaturated oils and micronutrients. If you drink only the pomegranate juice and discard the all the pomegranate seeds, then you will miss out on the nutritional benefits provided by the seeds fiber and oils.

So, the best way to consume pomegranates is to eat its fresh arils and crunch its seeds to get most nutrients out of the fruit!


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