In theory. Pomegranate juice contains a high amount of antioxidants, which counter the aging process to a limited degree.The problem is that they are in and out of your system very quickly, so either you get a very short period of protection, or you spend a fortune and spend a lot of time in the bathroom. It is better to eat solid fruits and vegetables since they are broken down more slowly and provide a steady and even supply of antioxidants. The various discoveries of 'life prolonging' foods and drinks have as much to do with marketing as with medicine. One example is green tea.
The large amounts of antioxidents in Pomegranate (Punica granatum) promote a healthier immune system. Pomegranate has been used as a source of traditional remedies for thousands of years such as stopping nose bleeds, toning skin, firming up not so firm breasts and slowing the development of cataracts. It also provides about 16% of an adult's daily vitamin C requirement and is effective in reducing heart disease risk factors.
Yes it is true but the amount of time it is in your system will benefit you none-the-less. And yes the best way to get all of this is eat solid fruits and vegies and eating whole pomegranites it good for you because then you are getting the juice and the fruit. Also tea, people never think of teas.
100% pomegranite juice contains high amounts of antioxidents which help clean your system out and it will promote a healthier immune system which in short if your immune system is in good health it will help you live longer.
Not that im aware of. Simply drinking a type of juice isnt going to make you live longer. A proper diet, eating healthy, drinking water, taking vitimans and taking care of your body are all needed to extend your life.