3 Amazing Benefits of Pineapple for Cancer, Arthritis and More

3 Amazing Benefits of Pineapple for Cancer, Arthritis and More

Pineapple is a tropical fruit that is rich in enzymes, vitamins, and antioxidants.
This fruit may fight cancer, reduce inflammation, helps in indigestion and more.
Also, despite their sweetness, pineapples are low calorie-fruit.

3 Amazing Benefits of Pineapple for Cancer, Arthritis and More

Health Benefits of Pineapple:

1. Pineapple for Arthritis



This well-known tropical fruit contains immune-boosting vitamin C. Also, it provides a key enzyme known as bromelain, which is loaded with anti-inflammatory substances that can help in reducing joint swelling that is associated to rheumatoid arthritis (RA).

 

 

It is very easy to add pineapple into your diet. Try for 1 serving a day, cubed or sliced on cereal, or as a snack combined with plain yogurt. Choose fresh pineapple or fresh pineapple juice whenever possible.
This is because the processing of canned pineapple destroys some of its health-boosting enzyme.

 

2. Pineapple for Cancer

Pineapple is a good source of the strong antioxidant, vitamin C. It can help fight the formation of free radicals that are known to cause cancer.
Diets rich in beta-carotene play a protective role against prostate cancer, that is according to a study done by the Harvard School of Public Health’s Department of Nutrition.
Also, it has been reported to have an inverse linked with the development of colon cancer in a Japanese population.

 

High fibre intake of vegetables and fruits are linked with a lowered risk of colorectal cancer. As per the American Cancer Society:
“There are studies suggesting that bromelain, which is present in pineapple and other such enzymes may be used with standard cancer treatment.
This is to help reduce some side effects, including throat and mouth inflammation due to radiation treatments.”

 

3. Pineapple for Better Digestion

Pineapples, due to their water and fiber content, help in promoting regularity, a healthy digestive tract and in preventing constipation.

 

 

 



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