There’s no denying that fresh pomegranates contain antioxidants. But because they come into season in the colder months, they can be hard to find other times of the year. Pomegranate juice is available year-round, however. And pure pomegranate juice—made by pressing the entire pomegranate—contains nutrients from both the polyphenol-filled rind and pith and the fiber-full seeds, which results in a tarter juice with higher levels of polyphenols and better nutrition.
Although more research is needed to prove the potential benefits, here are some of the areas that scientists are currently exploring.
Some of the information from this article was provided by POM Wonderful.