Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Belinda Marry

Pineapple

 Pineapple
One of the most valued and popular fruits, pineapple or "ananas" Pineapple is a tropical, perennial, drought-tolerant plant that grows up to 5-8 ft in height and spreads around about 3 to 4 ft. 

It is essentially a short, stout stem with a rosette of waxy with long, needle tipped leaves. The rough, tough, scaly rind may be dark green, yellow, orange-yellow or reddish when the fruit is ripe. While most everyone is memorable with the pineapple fruit. Pineapples are not grown from seed. Pineapple is one of those foods that are heaven to eat. A good, juicy grown pineapple can satisfy a sweet craving as well as any chocolate bar. In addition to being a delicious food, there are many health benefits of pineapple.
Scientific name:   comosus
Nutrients:
The observable benefits of pineapple are all the vitamins and minerals the fruit is loaded with. Its nutrients include calcium, potassium, fiber, and vitamin C. In addition it is low in fat and cholesterol. Pineapple has many medical uses.
Pineapple benefits: 
  • Fresh pineapple is storehouse of many health promote compound, minerals and vitamins that are essential for optimum health.
  • Pineapples can help with joint and muscle pain so it is good to help prevent and treat sports injuries. Pineapple can help with the healing of bruise and it may also help ease arthritis pain. It is good for any joint ache.
  • Gums hold your teeth in place and the teeth will be in poor condition if you have unhealthy gums. By eating pineapple, you strengthen the gums for many years later.
  • Bromelain in pineapple is also regard as an effective anti-inflammatory. Regular consumption of at least one half a cups daily fresh pineapple can reduce joint pain is recognized in osteoarthritis.
  • Bromelain found in pineapple helps indigestion. Eat one slice of pineapple behind meals will reduce gas, bloating, nausea, constipation and symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. Fresh pineapple juice also helps in remove intestinal worms.
  • Pineapple can help reduce the risk of blood clots, thereby also preventing the occurrence of heart desease.
  • Pineapple be fine for Colds and Coughs.
  • One of the benefits of pineapple is that it helps to build healthy bones. Pineapples are rich in manganese, a trace mineral that is desirable for your body to build bone and connective tissues.

Belinda Marry

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Belinda Marry as a Fitness Trainer from California. She is a famous Journalist also. She write many books and Novels.

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