HOG'S Pineapple Bites keeps the grouches away... & more!

Pineapples are perhaps the most popular fruit. They’re tasty, nutritious, delicious, and can go along with just about anything! 

So, what makes these fruits to popular?

The vitamin C content

The first – and perhaps most critical – thing to note about pineapples is the fact that they have a high content of vitamin C. A single cup of pineapple juice can get you 78.9 mg of vitamin C. That alone is more than the daily nutritional recommend value for an adult woman. 

Vitamin C is critical because it enhances the growth of cells and the repair of wounds across the body. It also helps the body fight diseases. 

Pineapples help with weight loss

Weight loss is pretty much what everyone wants at this point. We all want to look svelte and lovely again, and we’re doing all we can to fit into clothes that no longer fit us. 

While exercise and other tips are important when trying to lose weight, you also need a healthy diet. Thankfully, there are several foods that can improve your weight loss journey. Pineapples are one of them. 

Some scant evidence has showed that pineapples can help to improve fat breakdown and reduce their formation. This is especially true for pineapple juice. 

While more studies are required, it’s worth noting that even if pineapples don’t significantly affect your metabolism, they are still a pretty good snack. Pineapples are low in calories, but they have a stockpile of critical minerals and vitamins. They also don’t include any trans fats or saturated fats, meaning that they can significantly help against fat buildup.

This means that pineapples can fill you up without adding to the calories in your body. 

The fruit is also pretty sweet, as we all know. They’re a healthy way of satisfying your palette, so you can enjoy some pineapple as a night-time dessert – instead of a cup of ice cream. Since you’re consuming less fats, you have a clear path to losing weight. 

Pineapples can improve food digestion 

Pineapples contain bromelain – a mixture of enzymes that have been known to reduce nasal swelling and inflammation. In many cases, bromelain can also help to heal burns and wounds. 

The enzyme also has links to improved digestion, and some have used it in the past for treating digestive disorders. In pineapples, bromelain can help to reduce diarrhea and its effects. 

Pineapples have manganese, which promotes healthy bones

Combined with calcium, manganese in trace amounts will go a long way in maintaining the health of your bones. Studies have shown that pineapples are a reliable source of the mineral. 

A single cup of pineapple provides up to 76 percent of the daily recommended intake of manganese. The mineral can help to keep off several bone diseases and maintain their overall health. 

Note, however, that you don’t want to overdo the manganese intake. An excessive amount of manganese in the body can lead to detrimental health effects. Of course, reaching dangerous levels of manganese consumption in itself is pretty difficult. 

Pineapples have a stockpile of antioxidants

Antioxidants are compounds in food that can help to keep free radicals and inflammation at bay in the body. Free radicals are molecules that accumulate and cause cellular damage to healthy body tissues. In some cases, they contribute to cancer, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and eye problems. Filling up on rich antioxidant foods will go a long way in fighting these free radicals. 

Studies have shown that pineapples are excellent sources of antioxidants. These include primarily flavonoids, phenolics, and vitamin C. 

Pineapples are instrumental in fighting against cancer

Everyone knows cancer can be a pain in the neck. The disease has gone for decades, terrorizing people and cutting their lives short one sickness at a time. 

While there is no cure for cancer, we know that it can be managed. In some cases, cancer can also be beaten. Pineapples have a role to play in this as well. 

Primarily, cancer occurs when abnormal cells in the body grow at a rapid rate and take over the healthy tissues. One of the few locked tips that experts have requested for people who have growing cancer cells has been a healthy diet, and pineapples can go a long way in contributing to this. 

Pineapples have high antioxidants, which can help to fight against free radicals. Studies have shown that good diets and blood with high antioxidant concentrations help against cancer. A pineapple fits both descriptions.

Anti-inflammatory benefits help your health a great deal 

We all tend to have inflammation once in a while. However, things get a tad tricky when inflammation gets too much. This problem causes several ailments, including cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s and a coronary artery disease. 

Thankfully, you can combat this with a diet rich in pineapples. The fruit comes with anti-inflammatory benefits that can help to draw back the level of inflammation in the body. Studies have shown that this is primarily due to the pineapple’s content of bromelain. Over time, this anti-inflammatory benefit will go a long way in helping you and your health. 

Thanks to its nutrient profile, a pineapple can help to improve immunity 

The winter season is almost upon us, and you know what that means – you’ll be feeling pretty cold, and you might need to start wearing multiple layers of clothes when you go out. 

When the winter season does come around and you start catching a cold, you might want to have a pineapple around to eat. According to studies, children who consume pineapples tend to have lesser viral and bacterial infections invade their bodies. The same can be said for adults.

The implication is that taking more pineapples can help to combat infections. At the very least, the pineapple can help to reduce their effects. While this isn’t to say that pineapples are the “be all and cure all,” it still says a lot about their efficiency and how well they work for treating ailments. 

The Dried Pineapple With Chili Spice

If you’re tired of having bland, old pineapples and would like to switch up your taste, then you might want to check out House of Godard's Chili Lime Pineapple Bites.  

Each of these pineapples slices are preserved just for you and every bag has one whole pineapple! They look great, taste delicious, and are really refreshing all around. You’ll love how they make you feel and will definitely be asking for more. 

Beyond the great taste, however, these pineapples are also beneficial. We already discussed some of the health benefits of pineapples above, and you can rest assured that you get al of them with these ones. The pineapples are naturel, with no additives or preservatives whatsoever. What you see is truly what you get. 

The pineapple bits are the perfect way for you to get the best of both worlds. They help you stay in line with your health and fitness goals, and they also taste pretty good. Whoever said sweet tings are bad for you definitely needs to try one of these out. 

With a fresh taste and the added flavor of chili to back things up, rest assured that you’ll be coming back for more. So, what are you waiting for? Get your vitamins in, healthy never tasted this good. Shop around and start your health journey today!