Pomegranate lovers know it's hard to eat. You can overcome this difficulty while still gaining health advantages by drinking pomegranate juice. This juice tastes great alone or in cocktails and teas.
Fresh pomegranate juice may aid type 2 diabetics, according to studies. In diabetic males, pomegranate juice and aerobic exercise reduced type 2 diabetes risk.
Pomegranates are a source of potassium, which is one nutrient that is important when supporting heart health.
Pomegranate juice contains an antioxidant called anthocyanin, and consumption of this antioxidant is linked to a reduced risk of developing certain cancers
Staying hydrated is crucial. Hydration is essential to health, according to Nutrients, and research links it to cognitive, renal, and weight control.
There's another potential outcome that can come from pomegranates having such a high antioxidant content—they may help fight against inflammation.
More recent research shows that a glass of pomegranate juice may slow visual memory declines in older adults, but did not improve other memory and cognition markers compared to a placebo.