Reasons Why We Should Not Throw Away Pineapple Peels

Reasons Why We Should Not Throw Away Pineapple Peels

Pineapples are from the Bromeliad family. It is an edible fruit formed by many individual berries, merging together. Each scale is an individual berry.

Nutritional Benefits Of Pineapple

Pineapples are rich in vitamin C and B (good for energy production), thiamine, and manganese which is important for the antioxidant defenses. Aside from these, they are also an excellent source of dietary fiber and bromelain (an enzyme).

Pineapple is perfect for healthy diets because it has no fat, no cholesterol and is low in sodium. Every cup of pineapple bits contains only 82 calories.

Health Properties Of Pineapples

Anti-cancer properties

According to studies, bromelain work as an agent to effectively fight cancer. Pineapple helps destroy the cancer cell growth. It also has beta-carotene, which protects us from colon and prostate cancer.


Pineapple is the only dietary source of bromelain. The highest concentration of bromelain can be found in the fruit’s core, but it is also found in the whole fruit. Bromelain is suitable for treating sports injuries and for relieving pain because of its anti-inflammatory properties.

Benefits The Heart

Vitamin C helps protect your heart from various diseases. Studies revealed that vitamin C in high amounts reduces the risk of coronary heart disease.

Cataract Prevention

A recent study showed that higher consumption of Vitamin C losses the risk of cataracts.


Studies suggest that this fruit could be useful in treating osteoarthritis since it has anti-inflammatory properties.


Beta-carotene from pineapple is transformed into vitamin A throughout digestion. Some studies suggest that beta-carotene can lessen the chance of exercise-induced asthma.


Pineapple is full of vitamins and minerals, including copper, vitamin C, folic acid, beta-carotene, and zinc. Many of these vitamins increase fertility in both men and women.

Recipe For A “Miraculous” Pineapple Juice

Needed Ingredients:

• 1 whole pineapple with its shell
• Clean water – 1 liter
• Sweetener (preferably honey) for flavor.


  1. Wash the pineapple skin well.
  2. Peel the pineapple and separate the shell. Then, remove the fruit and the crown.
  3. Boil the shell mixed with some of the pineapple pulp. Let it cool off and dilute it with a liter of water.
  4. Optionally, you can add sweetener for better taste.
  5. Strain the juice and drink it.


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