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Pineapples

Pineapples are sweet and delicious but hard to get into, if you are unfamiliar with the bumpy terrain. They are worth the exploration and once you cut a few open, you'll be able to do that process in minutes. There are plenty of gadgets out there to cut the pineapple away from the skin and get the core, but a sharp knife can do the job well too. If you want to serve festive drinks in your pineapple, get one of those fancy corer gadgets that will actually slice out the meat, core it, and save the shell. Pineapples protect against cancer since, like Garlic and Onions, they contain sulfides which pathogens don't find hospitable. They aid in digestion and can reduce inflammation. To maximize their power, eat them 2 hours after a meal. Eat pineapples or juice the skins if you have sinusitis, a sore throat or are recovering from surgery. Packed with Vitamin C and cancer-protecting enzymes, Pineapples are an anti-inflammatory and can help clear sinuses. Eat them regularly during the flu season. Pineapple has only 75 calories in cup serving and is high in manganese, vitamin C as well as being a good source of B1, B6 and dietary fiber.
Last modified: 13 April 2009
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