Understand the benefits of eating pineapples for men and women: In Kenya, pineapples are grown in large scale in Thika. It is a fruit that many Kenyans do love because of its nutritional value. They can be purchased from open markets, streets or supermarkets.
Below are some of the benefits of consuming pineapples;
Help in building and strengthen immunity
Apart from pineapples containing so many nutrients, they can also help in strengthening the immunity of a person. The nutrients and minerals such as bromelain may increase immunity.
Helps fight inflammation
Pineapples are rich in anti-inflammatory properties that help in fighting inflammation. The anti-inflammatory compounds in pineapples also help to strengthen immunity, so if your body is prone to infections, you might as well consider eating pineapples every day.
Aids in quick recovery after surgery
After surgery, some people may tend to have inflamed skin, especially around the wound. If the skin or wound is inflamed, it might take longer for the wound to heal. Pineapples might come in handy after surgery since they are rich in anti-inflammatory properties. Eating pineapples in plenty might help in fast recovery.
Ease symptoms of arthritis
People who have arthritis are affected with inflammation on the joints. Pineapples have an anti-inflammatory property that aids in easing arthritis symptoms such as inflammation on the joints
known Side effects of eating pineapples
Eating pineapples is the best thing you can do to your body. Pineapples are very easily accessible just as we had mentioned earlier. The known side effect of eating pineapples in large amounts is that they can cause a tingling feeling on the tongue, which can be very uncomfortable. You should take less of pineapples but in intervals in a day. Just make sure that you take a pineapple a day.
You can take them in the morning or at any other time of the day. Pineapples are also very delicious so you can also give them to your children.
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