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Why You Need To Include Pineapples In Your Diet

By on June 15, 2020 0 242 Views

Thinking of a great food that you can add to your diet? Give pineapples a try.

Why You Should Include Pineapples To Your Diet

As the pandemic slows down (for the time being, at least), we are now given a bit more freedom to go out and have more lax restrictions when it comes to getting groceries, given that we still observe safety measures like physical distancing and washing our hands.

So why not use this chance to shop for healthier diet options in the market? And if that’s what your planning the next time you do a grocery run, we suggest giving pineapples a try.

Cheap, delicious, easy to include in meals and perhaps even a tad bit exotic, it’s a no-brainer to include pineapples in your diet especially during the hotter summer months. Available fresh, frozen or even canned, pineapples are considered as a natural powerhouse when it comes to health benefits. 

Here are top reasons to include them on your plate:

Helps Digestion

This is because pineapples are high in bromelain, which is a group of enzymes helping break down proteins in our digestive tract that makes them easier to absorb and therefore helping our digestion. Additionally, bromelain can also help upset stomachs, inflammation and even nasal swelling.

Fights Disease

Because pineapples are loaded with antioxidants such as flavonoids, eating them can also help you reduce the risk of developing numerous types of diseases, even something as fatal as cancer. Bromelain also plays a part in this role and studies show it stops cancer in our skin, gastric system and colon.

Improves Immunity

Did you know that one cup of pineapple provides you with your daily vitamin C requirement? This, along with bromelain, helps boost your overall immunity, all while suppressing any inflammation in the process.

Helps With Weight Loss

For those who want to shed a few pounds, pineapples might be able to help you. This is because not only are pineapples sweet, but they are also low in calories, making them a great alternative for sugary treats that are oftentimes processed.

Medical Daily – Jan Cortes

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