The UK National Health Service claims that the normal daily consumption of pineapple is 2 rings or 12 chunks. Due to its unique structure, pineapple can help keep you healthy and prevent a lot of diseases.
WeGoRo collected the data from the latest research about this unique fruit.
The bromelain contained in pineapple stimulates the digestive functions and can help to get rid of cellulitis by speeding up the process of protein digestion.
Pineapple cannot magically dissolve fat. However, if you combine pineapple consumption with physical training and do not exceed the daily norm of calories, it will help you to improve your results.
Pineapple contains bromelain, which helps your body fight inflammation. It will help to reduce swelling, relieve pain, and heal wounds faster. In addition, bromelain helps your body remove damaged cells.
It is also believed that it can speed up the renewal of connective tissue, and so it is widely used when treating sporting injuries: bruises, blisters, and sprains.
The vitamin C contained in pineapple will prevent problems with blood vessels and help to produce collagen inside your bones, cartilage, muscles, and blood vessels.
Pineapple contains vitamin A, which helps keep your vision sharp. Beta-carotene strengthens its action. Everyday consumption of pineapples can reduce the risk of macular degeneration.
The calcium and magnesium contained in pineapple can make your bones stronger. 1 glass of pineapple juice is enough to receive more than 70% of the daily norm of manganese.
Pineapple contains a lot of potassium, which helps to decrease blood pressure and prevent a blood stroke. It can also help to avoid myocardial infarction by removing deposits inside the blood vessels.
There is a lot of manganese inside pineapple, and it protects your body from free radicals. These radicals can ruin your cells and speed up the aging process inside your skin and organs.
Pineapple pulp, as well as its juice, can help the process of digestion by fighting abdominal distention and constipation. It can also help with ulcerative colitis or stomach ulcers, but only as a supportive remedy and after a doctor’s prescription.
However, since pineapple juice can increase stomach acidity, you have to be very careful if you have gastritis or a gastroduodenal ulcer.
Pineapple fiber can slow down the speed of sugar digestion, thus decreasing blood sugar levels.
Bromelain has also proved itself by improving blood circulation inside the womb and as a preventive care against miscarriages.
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