Stop Wasting the Healthiest Part of a Pineapple

 

5- Vision Protector

Beta carotene and vitamin C present in the entire plant aid in battling degenerative eye diseases like glaucoma.

 

6- Dental and Bone Strengthener

In addition to fighting inflammation in gums and tissues, pineapple skins have a high manganese content. Manganese helps to grow, strengthen, and repair bones and teeth. In terms of oral health, its vitamin C and astringent properties keep gums clean and healthy.

 

7- Anti-Cancer

Some early studies have shown that skins’ amounts of manganese, vitamin C, bromelain, and antioxidants have the ability to fight tumors and aid in cancer prevention.

 

8- Good Blood

Bromelain helps with preventing blood clots from forming, and the copper content in pineapple juice increase the formation of healthy red blood cells. Bits of potassium helps the blood vessels stay healthy and can counteract large amounts of sodium, enabling the blood pressure to be stable.

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9- Fertility

Women who are looking to conceive usually pay close attention to their diet. Pineapple gets a lot of love because of its beta carotene and bromelain. Reducing inflammation in the womb helps create an ideal environment for implantation. Having warm liquids like the tea or broth listed below also support healthy fertility, and a pineapple dessert certainly wouldn’t hurt either.

There are a variety of ways you can prepare pineapple skins for your health. in the NEXT PAGE there are a few suggestions: