Top 5 Benefits Of Eating Pineapple

Pineapples have tons of health benefits! It’s also one of the most delicious tropical fruits that you can have.

In 1943, the first pineapple was discovered on the leeward island of Guadeloupe and was introduced to people outside the New World by Columbus.

He called it piña de Indes, which means “pine of the Indians’ and brought it with him back to Spain. The Spanish introduced to the Filipinos. The Philippines remains to be one of the top pineapple exporters in the world.

Bromelain is key to our health benefits. It is a mixture of enzymes or stem of the pineapple plant.
In fact, pineapple’s medicinal properties had been recognized since ancient times and had been used in traditional medicinal treatments since then.

Bromelain is also used for conventional medicine these days. According to Bromelain (pharmacology), the medication is approved for burns of degrees.

Applying medicine on burnt wounds in the form of a gel shows significant reductions for needed surgeries and skin transplan, according to a Wikipedia source. (15% vs. 63% under standard treatment) (18% vs. 34%).

What are the top 5 benefits of eating pineapple?

1. Helps with Digestion

Bromelain, enzymes from pineapple acts as an effective digestive aid in digesting and breakdown proteins. This helps easily absorb nutrients across the small intestine. According to the NCBI article, this is particularly helpful for people whose pancreas can’t make enough digestive enzyme and need some help.

Bromelain also aids in relieving upset stomachs and ease the symptoms of stomach disorder.

Pineapple For Sale
Pineapple For Sale

Like many other fruits and vegetables, pineapple is a rich source of fibre, soluble and insoluble. Eating it regularly helps the stimulation of the digestive tract. It is great for gut bacteria and overall is helpful for optimal digestive health.

Precaution: While this fruit is beneficial for your digestive tract, it may cause irritation or gastrointestinal distress if consuming in large quantities.

2. Reducing Inflammation

Due to its inflammation-reducing properties, eating it may help to treat inflammatory bowel disorders that include swelling and ulcers.

Fresh Pineapple
Fresh Pineapple

According to science direct, because pineapple is rich in Bromelain, a mixture of enzymes that blocks the production of the inflammatory kinins.

Based on the National Institutes of Health, Bromelain demonstrated that it can effectively decrease neutrophil migration to sites of acute inflammation.

3. Helps with Fertility

Pineapple is high in antioxidants. It contains a significant amount of vitamin C and beta-carotene that fights cell damage. It also contains minerals such as zinc, copper, and folate.

Antioxidant-rich diets improves fertility.

Pineapple Drink
Pineapple Drink

Lack of antioxidants consumption can damage the reproductive system. It is important to include pineapple in your diet especially if you are trying to conceive.

4. Excellent Source of Manganese

Manganese is an essential nutrient as it protects our cells from free radicals that cause damage to our cells and fights against the ageing process and disease. Manganese is vital for energy production within our cells and antioxidant defences.

Dry Pineapple
Dry Pineapple

When you feel exhausted you can boost your energy by eating pineapple.

5. Cancer Cells Suppressor

Many studies have shown that cancer risk reduces if you eat this fruit regularly. This is because Bromelain may minimize oxidative stress and reduce inflammation.

Fresh Pineapple
Fresh Pineapple

Based on research, Bromelain may act as an effective cancer-fighting agent. Especially if it has been used in conjunction with chemotherapy to suppress the cancer cells growth.

The studies show the effect of Bromelain on cancer cells, for instance, a test-tube study show with increasing concentrations of Bromelain induces cancer cell death.

A similar anti-tumour effect of Bromelain can be seen on cancer cells of the gastric system, skin and colon.

Those are the top 5 benefits of eating pineapple. Pineapple is a versatile and super healthy fruit. You can enjoy this fruit in many forms as fresh, frozen, dried, canned, juices and smoothies as well as in cooked food and many other drinks. It doesn’t matter how you prefer to eat it as long as you include this health benefit loaded fruit in your diet regularly in order to stay healthy and happy.

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Pineapple Dessert
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