There must be something about the pomegranate that despite the difficulty in peeling and eating the fruit, it happens to have an enviable following. Go down the streets, and there is not a single juice-vendor without big, fat stacks of anaar. A native of the Middle-East and Asia, pomegranate actually means an apple with seeds; but did you know they belong to the berry family? The crimson-red seeds of the fruit are a rage across the globe for its sweet and delectable flavour. It is a treasure trove of nutrients. Packed with potassium, vitamin C, K, fibre and folate, pomegranate can do wonders for your health. They do not contain any saturated fats or cholesterol. And guess what, you can enjoy it in myriad ways too!