Pineapples in helping with regularity and weight loss:
A fruit that is actually many berries that fuse together around a central core. Pineapples contain a group of digestive enzymes known as bromelain which improves bowel function and controls regularity. They function as proteases, which break down protein molecules into their building blocks, such as amino acids and small peptides. Once protein molecules are broken down, they are more easily absorbed across the small intestine.
Especially, if you are on cleansing, detox, and weight loss programme, eating a moderate amount of this beneficial fruit can actually help you shed extra pounds faster. The Bromelain in pineapples is also very effective at reducing inflammation from infections and injuries, thus it helps reduce swelling, bruising, reduces healing time, and aids in wound repair after physical injuries and surgery. The anti-inflammatory support assists with blood clot reduction, why it's an excellent fruit to eat before long haul flights and is also a natural cough suppressant.
According to the NCCIH. It’s also been linked to helping improve digestion and has historically been used in Central and South American countries to treat digestive disorders. Pineapple is also good for your gut, it is rich in fibre, support eye health, bone health, boosts immune system, is a great source of Vitamin C, B vitamins, and minerals such as manganese. Having pineapple juice, a smoothie or eating a few slices of fresh pineapple a day can defend your body from harmful free radicals and disease, it helps clean the body’s organs and blood, increase your energy intake and boost metabolism, nourish your hair, skin, nails and teeth and keep you generally healthy.
In order to maximise its health benefits on the digestive system, its best to eat pineapple in between meals as a snack. Avoid eating on an empty stomach due to the strong enzyme activity.
If you do not get relief after using pineapples for constipation, it is recommended to consult your doctor. You need to keep in mind that if the problem persists for a long time, it could be a symptom of a health problem that needs addressing.
Great advice, I/m starting to use pineapple in my diet and have already seen the benefit of me gong to loo more often.