Friday 29 July 2016

Exploring the Health Benefits of Pineapple: A Tropical Fruit with Powerful Nutritional Punch

Pineapples are a delicious tropical fruit; it can be eaten fresh, juiced, cooked, and preserved. They belong to the Bromeliaceae family, now cultivated in large quantities in Brazil, the Philippines, and Costa Rica, Paraguay and Brazil, and parts of the Caribbean. Pineapple are also known as “ananas”. Pineapple help you lose weight, strengthen bones, improve oral health, promotes eye sightreduce inflammation, prevent cancer and so on.

Nutritional Value of  Pineapple

Dietary Fiber - 6%
Carbohydrate - 4%
Calories - 2%
Protein - 1%
Vitamin C - 80%
Thiamin - 5%
Vitamin B6 - 6%
Folate - 5%
Potassium - 3%
Manganese - 46%
Magnesium - 3%
Copper- 6%

Health Benefits:

  • Effective Arthritis Solution
  • Treats Indigestion & Digestion Related Problems
  • Natural Diuretic
  • Maintains Cardiovascular Health
  • Remedy for Menstrual Disorders
  • Promotes Bone Health
  • Maintains Eyesight
  • Promotes Oral Health
  • Boost immune system
  • Good remedy for curing coughs and colds
  • Protects against constipation
  • Helps to reduce inflammation of joints and muscles
  • Prevents heart attacks and strokes
%Daily value per 100g. For example, 100g of pineapple provides 80% of daily requirement of Vitamin C.



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