In My House We Are Not Throwing The Pineapple Peels Any More. This Is The Reason…
Pineapple is one of the healthiest fruits in the world. It is the third most commercial important tropical fruit. It is rich in vitamins, minerals, dietary fibers and flavonoids. Pineapple contains a high amount of vitamins, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B3, vitamin B6 and vitamin B12.
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We all know that regular consummation of this fruit will improve our well-being, but we didn’t know that its peel has also numerous of benefits for our health.
Health Properties of Pineapples:
Usually, when it’s packaged in supplement form, quercetin is often paired with bromelain, a digestive enzyme that’s one of the benefits of pineapple. After being used for years as part of an anti-inflammatory foods protocol, bromelain is observed to have immune-modulating abilities — that is, it helps regulate the immune response that so often creates unwanted and unnecessary inflammation and is extremely useful in treating sports injuries and reliving pain and swelling.
Bromelain also fights the cancer successfully. We can consume it during the chemotherapy and suppress the cancer cell growth. Pineapples contain beta-carotene that protects us from colon and prostate cancer.
Antioxidant Protection and Immune Support
The vitamin C in the pineapples fights the free radicals that can cause serious damages in our body. It also boosts our immune system and protect us from different conditions and diseases.
Benefits for the hearth
Many researches made in Finland and China claim that Pineapple improves our cardiovascular functions and reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.
High intake of vitamin C decreases the risk of cataracts.
Usually the free radicals damage our reproductive system and cause fertility, but the antioxidant in pineapples kills the free radicals. That is why pineapple is recommended for all how want to conceive. It is beneficial for both male and female fertility.
Beta carotene in pineapple reduces the risk of asthma.
Pineapples have anti-inflammatory properties and they are useful in treating osteoarthritis.
Here we are giving you a recipe for a pineapple juice:
Ingredients you will need:
- 1 l of filtered water
- 1 whole pineapple
Peel the pineapple and separate the shell, remove the fruit and the crown. Then boil the shell with some pineapple pulp and after 20 minutes leave it to cool down. Finally strain the juice and drink it.