10 Reasons to include pineapple in your diet for health, skin and hair

Pineapple is good for your overall health. Here are some interesting facts about this fruit

Pineapple has a sour-sweet taste and is full of medicinal properties. It has vitamin, iron, calcium, fiber, anti-oxidant, antibacterial properties, that help to increase the body's immunity. In this way, the body gets the power to fight back diseases. 

Benefits of consuming pineapple

Increases immunity - It is very important to strengthen the immunity of the body to fight back diseases. To gain immunity, consuming pineapple is very beneficial. This helps in strengthening the immune system. This helps in reducing weakness, fatigue and in preventing diseases with strong immunity.

Strengthen the Digestive System - Consuming fiber-rich pineapple or its juice strengthens the digestive system. Thus, it helps in relieving problems like acidity, constipation, flatulence, etc. 

Strengthen bones - Pineapple has vitamins, minerals, and medicinal properties, as well as being rich in calcium, it strengthens muscles and bones. Women of all ages and children must include it in their everyday diet.

Increases eyesight - In the current situation, work from home is practiced, due to this screen time has increased working on computers and laptops, which causes bad effect on the eyes. Consuming pineapple rich in medicinal properties increases eyesight and also provides relief from many problems related to the eyes.

Prevent weight gain - By consuming it regularly, the extra fat stored in the body is reduced which helps in getting the right shape. It also helps in decreasing weakness and fatigue; the body remains fresh throughout the day. 

Beneficial for the heart - Its consumption keeps the heart-healthy. This reduces the risk of heart attack and related diseases.

Prevent Cancer - Consuming pineapple or its juice rich in anti-aging properties reduces the risk of cancer. In fact, pineapple rich in medicinal properties prevents the growth of cancer cells in the body, thus preventing the seriousness of this disease.

Good for teeth - Eating pineapple is said to strengthen your gums and keep your health strong. Your teeth and bones are made up of calcium and pineapple does have good content. It also does have manganese that also helps in strengthening bones and teeth. 

Good for your skin - Pineapple is good for your overall health and similarly, it is also good for your skin and hair too. If you are suffering from acne, skin rashes, or skin damage, then you need to consume this healthy fruit which will rejuvenate your skin and make it look clean and fresh.

Pineapple for hair - Pineapple is said to be rich in vitamin C and can aid in hair growth. Its rich source of antioxidants has the ability to prevent you from any sort of disease that you may be prone to. Vitamin C gives your hair an extra layer of silkiness and makes it look thick.

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About the Author

Renu Gupta

With a background in Pharmacy which is the clinical health science that links medical science with chemistry, I had the desire to mix creativity to these fields. Medicircle provides me an avenue to apply my training in science and interest in creativity together.

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