Pineapples have really delicious taste and unique flavor. These two factors made pineapples valued for centuries.

But as science has developed, scientists and researchers have found that these fruits are not only tasty but are also of great importance for human health. This fruit boost the immune system, fight off infections, viruses, and colds, improve oral health, fight inflammation, strengthen the bones, and even help weight loss.

Pineapples can be eaten raw, cooked, blended or juiced. Eating them you can enjoy the minerals, and vitamins they contain, including potassium, magnesium, vitamin C, calcium, copper, manganese, beta-carotene, thiamin, B6, folate, bromelain and insoluble fiber.

Eating this fruit on a daily basis offers countless health benefits, and here are 11 good reasons that will make you eat pineapple every day:

Boosts Immune System

A single portion of pineapple provides over 130% of the daily requirement of vitamin C, that strengthens the immune system, treats illness, and improves overall health.

Blood Pressure

Being reach in potassium, pineapples can lower blood pressure. They can also prevent blood clots and even reduce stress on the blood vessels.

Blood Flow

Since pineapples are high in copper, they support the formation of healthy red blood cells, boosts the oxygenation of body organs and the cognitive abilities. Pineapples maintain neural pathways, lowering the risk of neural disorders like Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.

Treats Colds and Coughs

We all know that vitamin C boosts the immune system and the bromelain  found in the pineapples reduces phlegm and mucus buildup in the respiratory tract. This helps in soothing coughs and colds.

Tissue and Cellular Health

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The health of the bones is ensured by the high vitamin C content that creates collagen. This also ensures the health of the blood vessel walls, skin, and other body organs. It also accelerates the healing of injuries and wounds.

Arthritis Management

This amazing  fruit fights inflammation, and soothe the pain and accompanying symptoms of arthritis.

Helps Digestion

Pineapples are rich in fiber that supports the healthy function of the digestive tract. The fiber also treats issues like constipation, diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, blood clotting, and blood pressure.

Bone Health

This fruit is high in manganese, which is responsible for the strength of the bones and improves their growth, repair, and health.

Prevents Cancer

Since pineapples  are rich in antioxidants like beta-carotene, flavonoid compounds, bromelain, manganese, vitamin A, etc. they prevent the spread and development of cancer.

Eye Health

Pineapples contain numerous beneficial components that improve vision and eye health and prevent age-related issues, like macular degeneration.

Oral Health

The powerful astringent properties of pineapples improve the health of the gums and tighten up body tissues, preventing muscle weakness, hair loss, wrinkles, and skin loosening.

Here are some facts that you might want to know about pineapples:

  • In 1664, when they reached the American coast, Europeans saw the pineapple fruit, which resembles pine cones, and called it ‘pineapple’.
  • Pineapples are actually a cluster of hundreds of fruitlets.
  • In the wild, a pineapple plant can survive and give fruits for up to 50 years.
  • One pineapple plant can produce only one pineapple at a time.
  • A pineapple plant can be regenerated by planting a leaf.
  • Pineapples ripen faster upside down.
  • After being harvested, pineapples do not ripen any further.
  • Pineapples are added to all kinds of drinks and salad, but in Maui, they are also used to make wine.
  • Pineapples are native to South America, but the majority of the pineapples in the world now come from Southeast Asia.
  • Hawaii is the only US state where these fruits are still grown these days.

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