There is quite a lot of potassium in pomegranate and it’s generally considered to be a high potassium food.
There is around 205 mg of potassium per ½ cup of pomegranate seeds (which is the amount that we’re using in most of the pomegranate smoothie recipes that are using seed and not juice).
This is a high enough amount for the National Kidney Foundation to recommend that anyone with kidney problems should avoid pomegranate.
For most people, it’s one of the smoothie ingredients that can help you on your way with your daily potassium intake, especially if it is combined with other potassium rich smoothie ingredients such as banana and orange.
Is pomegranate high in fiber?
Adding pomegranate seeds to your smoothies is an easy way to increase your fiber intake.
You’ll get around 3.5g of fiber by adding a ½ cup of pomegranate seeds.
And as most fruits and vegetables contain fiber, pomegranate smoothies are sure to boost your intake when you take other ingredients into account too.
Some fruits are higher in fiber than others, including blueberries.
You can also add more fiber to pomegranate smoothies by adding seeds.
Which Recipe Did You Enjoy Most?
As you can see, there are lots of ways to enjoy pomegranates in your smoothies, whether you choose to use the seeds or the juice.
The fiber content makes it a great choice for including in breakfast smoothies but with the powerful antioxidants they contain, pomegranate smoothies are a super healthy snack any time of the day.
I’d love to know which recipe you’ll be making first.
Let me know in the comments and ask away if you have any questions that haven’t been addressed in the rest of the piece.
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Daniel is a serial entrepreneur and online media expert, who discovered smoothies by accident and fell in love ever since. Read about his story in the About section!