Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Lower Risk of Brain Injury for at-Risk Infants Whose Mothers Consumed Pomegranate Juice

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This shows a pomegranate and a mug of juicePomegranate juice appears to have neuroprotective effects in pregnancies marked by intrauterine growth restriction. Researchers found pomegranate juice reduced the risk of brain injury in infants with IUGR, especially when pregnant women drank it during the third trimester.