Some of the benefits of the pomegranates include as follows:

First of all, pomegranates are rich in Phytochemicals which are antioxidants extracted from plants. Antioxidants have the power of counterpoising the damage caused to human cells as a result of free radicals. Though a number of foods also contain antioxidants, pomegranate is the only food that has the related set of compounds called Punicalagins.
As some researches inform, as well as neutralizing free radicals, the above mentioned substances have also the ability of reducing the risk of prostate cancer, lung cancer and breast cancer.

Vitamins, Minerals and Micronutrients
Pomegranate contains a healthy mixture vitamin C, vitamin B5, vitamin B5, Vitamin K, Potassium and Zinc. Vitamin B5, which is also referred to as Pantheistic acid, has been considered as a necessary factor for having a healthy skin and to guarantee the proper functioning of the human body nerves. It has been revealed by some studies that the micronutrient’s ability of the pomegranate may prevent muscle cramping, insulin resistance and adrenal insufficiency.