3. Vitamin C
The juice from just one pomegranate contains just over 40 per cent of your recommended daily vitamin C intake. Vitamin C is crucial for reducing the risk of heart disease, iron deficiency and boosting white blood cell count.
The flavonoids present in pomegranate juice have been known to help reduce inflammation that contributes to osteoarthritis.
A small study has shown that pomegranate juice can slow the growth of plaque or cholesterol in arteries.
How to deseed pomegranates
Yes, pomegranate juice does stain but getting the seeds out of the hask is an easier task than you think. This video shows you how to remove the seeds in a couple of minutes.
How to cook with pomegranates
Including pomegranates in your daily routine is easier than you think, the seeds are versatile and go well with both savoury and sweet dishes and pomegranate juice is super affordable and readily available.
Here are a couple of our favourite pomegranate recipes.
Dukkah-crusted chicken thigh fillets with lime yogurt & pomegranate
Give your menu a makeover with this cracker dinner. Get the full recipe.
Butterflied leg of lamb with pomegranate salsa
Tempt your tastebuds with this luscious leg of lamb, beautifully served with a more-ish pomegranate salsa. Get the full recipe.
Chocolate-avocado mousse with hazelnuts and pomegranate
This actually tastes amazing! Avo gives this mousse a creaminess that’s even better than a traditional recipe. Plus dark chocolate & pomegranate make a delicious pair. Get the full recipe.
If you’re after more check out our full collection of pomegranate recipes.