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The Pineapple: A Tropical Medicine

Health And Nature Shop Blog: The Pineapple: A Tropical Medicine

Thursday, June 23, 2011

The Pineapple: A Tropical Medicine

Eating or drinking the juice of this sweet, tropical fruit may prove to be more beneficial than we originally thought!

Pineapple: A Tropical Medicine
Pineapples are a great source of antioxidants and provide amazing support to the immune system... meaning less sick days and more years of healthy living to enjoy your children and grandchildren.

More importantly, this "Tropical Medicine" contributes a great deal of protein-digesting enzymes found in a substance called Bromelain. These enzymes are believed to act as a powerful anti inflammatories and cleansers of the Colon.

Bromelain enzymes digest intestine waste helping mitigate digestive disorders, fight inflammation and in some cases reduce cancerous lesions in the Colon.

Their anti inflammatory benefits may also be applied as a complementary natural medicine in the treatment of Arthritis.

Lastly, Pineapples "tune-up" your urinary tract and may prevent urinary infections. Its remarkable diuretic effects make it a great fruit to combat water retention during PMS. Some use it to prevent bloating and even as a healthy boost to their weight-loos diets.

HealthAndNatureShop.com recommends this tasty Pineapple Tea recipe:

Peel a Pineapple, rinse the skin and cook it in boiling water for 5-10 minutes. Let it cool and drink this tea as much as you want. We recommend adding an natural sweetener like stevia, honey or brown sugar

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