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Pineapple

Pineapple is an incredibly delicious and healthy tropical fruit.

This popular fruit is packed with nutrients, antioxidants and other helpful compounds, such as enzymes that can fight inflammation and disease.

Pineapple and its compounds have been linked to many health benefits, including aiding digestion, boosting immunity and speeding up recovery from surgery, among others.

 

Health Benefits

  • Pineapples are the only known food source of bromelain, a combination of enzymes that digest protein

  • Bromelain, an enzyme found in pineapple, triggers testosterone production which can elevate a man's sex drive. High levels of vitamin C and thiamine in pineapple provide a surge of energy to the body too, thus increasing sexual stamina.

  • Pineapple is a fat-free food rich in fiber and vitamins. Fiber is especially important to people with diabetes as it can help to lower blood sugar, reduce cholesterol, and regulate bowels.

 

Nutrients in pineapple can also help you:

  • Lower cholesterol

  • Prevent cancer

  • Strengthens Bones

  • Improves Oral Health

  • Maintains Healthy Visio

  • Cures Symptoms of Cough and Cold

 
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Passion Fruit

Passion fruit has a healthful nutritional profile and a range of health benefits. It contains a soft pulp and lots of seeds inside a hard rind. 

Passion fruit has recently gained a lot of attention because it is a rich source of powerful antioxidants. It contains high levels of vitamin A, which is important for skin, vision, and the immune system, and vitamin C, which is an important antioxidant.

Passion fruit also contains phosphorus, niacin, and vitamin B-6, which a healthy body needs.

Passion fruit also has a low glycemic index (GI) value and it does not cause a steep increase in blood sugar after eating it, making it a good option for people with diabetes.

Health Benefits

  • Boosts the immune system

  • Rich in antioxidants

  • Good source of fiber

  • Supports heart health

  • Reduce anxiety

Nutrients in passion fruit can also help you:

  • Improve insulin sensitivity

 

Tumeric

Turmeric is the spice that gives curry its yellow color.

It has been used in India for thousands of years as both a spice and medicinal herb. Recently, science has started to back up traditional claims that turmeric contains compounds with medicinal properties.

These compounds are called curcuminoids. The most important one is curcumin.

Curcumin is the main active ingredient in turmeric. It has powerful anti-inflammatory effects and is a very strong antioxidant.

 

Health Benefits

  • Powerful anti-inflammatory and Anti-oxidant*

  • Joint Health*

  • Digestive Health*

  • Cardiovascular Health*

  • Cognitive Health*

  • Immune Health*

Nutrients in turmeric can also help you:

  • Lower your risk of heart disease

  • Protects the liver and the digestive system

  • Helps to avoid diabetes

  • Improves the body's metabolism and fights accumulations of fat

  • Slow down the signs of aging

  • Protects against bone mass loss in the postmenopause period

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Bee Pollen

Most of the world doesn't know about the best superfood on the planet – bee pollen. It has been a staple of Eastern medicines for ages. It contains many elements that other processed or natural foods don’t have. Forty percent of its structure is pure protein, and it has free amino acids.

Pollen has many minerals, vitamins, and healthy acids. Because of this, bee pollen presents itself as the ideal medicinal aid. It’s natural, cheap, and does an excellent job. It restores a body that is ravaged by health problems and infections of various types.

 

Bee pollen is considered so beneficial that the German Federal Board of Health recognizes it as medicine.

 

Health Benefits

 

  • strengthens the immune system

  • fights allegies

  • energy booster

  • aids breathing

  • fights inflamation

  • skin treatment

 

Nutrients in bee pollen can also help you:

  • speed up healing

  • boost digestion

 
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