Benefits of pomegranate

Pomegranate boosts  immunity. Thanks to high antioxidant potential it fortifies the defense system of the body. At the same time it gives great energy.

Don't give pomegranate to your baby directly but after month 8-10 you may give him pomegranate juice. Extract the juice of the fruit and at it to purees and fruit juices.
100 ml pomegranate juice meets 16% of daily Vitamin C need of an adult. Pomegranate juice also contains Vitamin B and potassium.
If Pomegranate juice is prepared not only with the arils and seed but the entire fruit itself, its anti-oxidant potential will increase. The rid of the pomegranate contains alkaloid, tannin and glycoside. For this reason it is effective in ending diarrhea.
Excessive consumption of pomegranate and pomegranate juice may cause digestion difficulties in little children. As they say “Enough is as good as feast.” Always keep this in mind when giving pomegranate to your little gourmet.
Pomegranate arils may easily stick in their throat so always be cautious.
Keep in mind
When eating raw pomegranate, the hardest part is to clean out the white fibers. So first cut the pomegranate in two and then remove the outer skin. Then place the red arils in a cup that is filled with water. While the arils sink to the bottom, white fibers will suspend on water. 
Nutritional value per 100 gram pomegranate;
Vitamin C 10.2 mg
Vitamin E 0.6 mcg
Vitamin K 16.4 mcg                                                   Folate 38.0 mcg
Calcium 10.0 mg
Iron 0.3 mg
Magnesium 12.0 mg
Phosphor 36.0 mg                                                   Potassium      236 mg