Pineapple rich in vitamins, antioxidants and minerals:
vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, vitamin B5, vitamin B6, and vitamin C, pineapple antioxidants polyphenols and flavonoids. Pineapple is also rich in calcium, chlorine, copper, also iodine and iron, magnesium and again phosphorus and potassium, sodium and sulfur, manganese, and zinc.
Disorders Fight against cellulite, water retention, anti-inflammatory, diuretics Diseases
Beneficial Excessive overweight, orange peel
Pineapple this fruit that everyone knows, but did you know that there are several varieties, the pineapple is a resistant herbaceous plant that measures on average one meter. The pineapple has long spiny or smooth lanceolate leaves arranged in a gutter, installed on a single stem. The flowers of the pineapple are a pretty blue or pink, and appear only one day to make room for several conical fruits that come together and form the structure of the fruit thanks to the stem. Then when ripe, the pineapple takes on a brownish or orange color depending on the variety and its juicy flesh is a beautiful yellow or white.
The pineapple is adapted to a very dry environment for this, it is xerophyte, the pineapple originated in the north of Brazil in the Amazon basin, Central America, Paraguay, Guadeloupe and the Caribbean islands. Pineapple is now cultivated in all tropical regions, found in the Philippines, the West Indies, then in Africa, pineapple also grows in Colombia, Mexico, and even Venezuela. It is said that the weight of the fruit of the pineapple is equivalent to the importance of the foot of the plant during its flowering.
Pineapple its composition
The pineapple stem and its fruit contain a proteolytic enzyme, it is the action of digesting proteins, this enzyme is bromelain. Pineapple is rich in antioxidants with polyphenols and flavonoids, studies have identified the presence of gallic acid in the fruit.
Pineapple contains many minerals and trace elements essential for our body, with calcium, chlorine, copper, but also iodine and iron, magnesium and many more like phosphorus and potassium, sodium and sulfur, manganese, and finally zinc. Pineapple is an important vitamin source along with vitamin A, vitamin B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, and also vitamin C, and vitamin PP. Pineapple contains carotenoid which is a pigment that gives the fruit its color and also an antioxidant.
Pineapple and its medicinal properties
The bromelain contained in pineapple, is a proteolytic enzyme, which brings about several actions necessary for our body, in fact by splitting the proteins contained in adipose tissue and absorbing and digesting this bad fat. Pineapple reduces the fatty deposits that make up the orange peel or cellulite. Pineapple helps and accelerates the elimination of water retention, excess weight and cellulite, because pineapple is diuretic.
Pineapples for other uses
Did you know that pineapple can also be used in facial care, thanks to its anti-greasy properties, all you have to do is cut a piece of its pulp and rub it against the skin, to neutralize the sebum and eliminate it. Pineapple is a famous fruit and delicious to eat fresh, but it can be made into fruit juice, can also be preserved.
Excessive overweight, orange peel, diuretics, anti-inflammatory, cellulite, water retention.