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Live your best 2021 with the help of pineapples ! 

Every January we find ourselves creating new years resolutions seeking to live better, healthier lives and in 2021 above all, the importance of health takes precedence. So you can imagine how excited we are to share how pineapples can be a key player in your health journey this year. Pineapples are rich with benefits that will help you and your loves ones live your best life possible! Unlock the unexpected secrets to our favorite fruit below!


1. It's packed with vitamins and minerals

No surprise here, but fruits are good for you!. Pineapples in particular are loaded with vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, potassium, and phosphorus among other vitamins. Ontop of that, they are low in fat and cholesterol and high in fiber!. All in all, Pineapples make a great addition to your overall healthy living diet


    2. It helps prevent coughs and colds

    Since pineapples are rich in vitamin C they are natural boosts to your immune system. This helps you fight off coughs,colds, and other illnesses. Even if you’re already sick, you can still reap the benefits of pineapple because it contains bromelain, which loosens mucus and suppresses coughs.


    3. It can help with weight loss

    We all know that pineapples have a delicious, natural sweetness that makes it taste like a dessert on its own. As an added bonus, pineapple is low in calories, sodium, cholesterol, and saturated fats, while being a good source of fiber. This makes it the perfect weight loss food because it’s a healthy, filling, and delicious snack!   


    4. It aids in digestion

    Bromelain is an extract found in pineapple stems, and works to neutralize fluids to make sure they’re not too acidic. Bromelain also regulates the pancreatic secretions that aid digestion. You can keep your digestive tract healthy because it is high in protein-digesting properties. TLDR: Pineapples will help keep your gut feeling good!


    5. It helps keeps gums healhty

    Since pineapple have such a high vitamin C content, eating the fruit lowers your risk of gingivitis and periodontal disease. Periodontal disease not only destroys gum tissue and jaw bones, but has been linked to heart disease, strokes, and diabetes. Including more vitamin C in your diet improves your body’s ability to fight invading bacteria that contributes to these diseases and pineapples are our supplement of choice!


    6. It helps to alleviate arthritus

    Pineapples have anti-inflammatory qualities, therefore including the fruit in your diet can alleviate the pain of arthritis, along with similar conditions, like gout and carpal tunnel syndrome. As an added bonus, Pineapple has been shown to help improve overall bones.


    7. It actually has anti-cancer properties

    Although no cure by any means, Pineapples can be an important step in helping to prevent cancer. Since pineapples are so full of antioxidants, they help fight against free radicals. Free radicals are groups of atoms that do severe damage when they come in contact with your cell membranes. Antioxidants help prevent free radicals from doing damage in your body by keeping cells healthy. Because antioxidants can prevent cell damage, they lower your risk of cancer because your cells are stronger. We will cheers a pineapple ring to that!


    8. It can help strengthen bones

    Pineapples contain manganese that helps your body to build strong bones and connective tissues!


    9. It lowers the risk of macular degeneration

    Macular degeneration is caused by damage to the retina in your eye and is actually the primary cause of vision loss in adults. As you age, macular degeneration makes it harder for you to recognize faces, read, see street signals, and similarly hinder other everyday activities. If you add pineapple in your regular diet, you can lower your risk for this disease by 30%! This is because pineapple is full of the ever beneficial beta carotene!


    10. It stays fresh for long

    Pineapple can last a few days on the counter, and even longer uncut in the fridge.  But even once you cut up the pineapple and keep it in an airtight container in the fridge (preferably with some juice keeping it moist), it will stay good—and nutritious!—for an additional six to nine days! That means you can make a delicious fruit salad and eat it every day for lunch for a week, and still get just as many of these benefits as you would with fresh cut pineapple!


    11. It relieves nausea

    A key benefit from pineapple juice intake is that it helps reduce nausea. This is especially helpful for pregnant women who usually experience nausea. It also helps people who are looking to go on airplane trips or boats post pandemic that usually cause motion sickness.


    12. It can prevent hypertension

    If you’re trying to calm your high blood pressure or want to avoid getting it, then eat a lot of pineapples! Since pineapples have a high amount of potassium and a low amount of sodium, your body generally regulate normal blood pressure levels.


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