We’re juice mad and with good reason. Kale, spinach, cucumber, apple, carrot, beetroot…the list is never ending when it comes to what healthy, nutritious foods work well in a blender. But it looks as though there’s a new star ingredient in town from the top 10 superfoods list. Full of polyphenols, it’s high in antioxidants.
5 ways to welcome pomegranates into your diet
Pomegranate seeds are an excellent source of dietary fibre, vitamin C, vitamin K and folate. Sprinkle them in salads or as a garnish for desserts.
Top cereal or oatmeal with pomegranate seeds to add crunch and flavour.
Pomegranates are great for adding colour and texture to a cheese platter.
Marinate chicken or pork in the seeds and juice for a tangy kick.
Separating the seeds from the white pulp can be made easier in a bowl of water because seeds sink, while the pulp floats. Easy!
Swisse Me & pomegranates
Of course, this small but oh-so mighty fruit was going to be part of our healthy snacks to go range, which is why you’ll find it in our healthy balanced breakfast, Start Me Chia. Alongside chia seeds benefits and chia seeds nutrition, delicious and super good for you, what’s not to love?