It’s all about pineapple. One of the rare super-foods, that in the same time is super tasty and overloaded with nutrients like copper, folate, vitamin C, manganese, folate and Bromelain.
Pineapple is the only source of Bromelain, compound that has large number of health benefits, like strengthening your immunity, improving cancer prevention and healing, but also stimulates your digestion. Added value to the Bromelain is that it helps in breaking down the blood proteins, that helps against the effects of free radicals.
Because its full with antioxidants, pineapples are considered one of the great anti-cancer foods. One more “side effect” of eating pineapples is that it helps the reviving of your skin elasticity. By rejuvenating the fibers in the skin, it helps in restoring the firmness of female breasts. For even better results, try cutting down coffee and alcohol (and smoking, if you can do it).
The ideal way to consume the fruit is fresh, although it can also be beneficial juiced or dried. Consuming it every day helps burning calories, reducing weight, getting rid of cellulite, and help in preventing wrinkles and other signs of aging. The greatest benefit, that is unique for its quantity, is its ability to restore your skin elasticity. Which again is proving its effectiveness regaining your breast firmness.
How about nutritional value? Single glass has only 130 calories, and has 30% of recommended daily value of Vitamin C, but it also contains iron. You only need to worry that the juice you are drinking has no sugar added, or any kind of sweetener.
To improve your pineapple experience, you need to make sure it is ripe. We can help you with this:
– First, sniff it. Really. If it smells sweet and “pineapply”, you are on good start.
– Second, push it on the bottom. If its mushy, put it back, it is too ripe.
– Third, see does it have a golden color around the bottom, which means it started to ripen.
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