The Pineapple fruit is not only delicious and juicy, but low in calories and is a huge storehouse for nutrients and antioxidants including vitamins A, B, C, and minerals like potassium, copper, calcium, manganese, magnesium, as well as soluble and insoluble fiber, and bromelain, which are all essential for optimal health.
The health benefits of this storehouse are endless. It can help improve digestion, immune system, respiratory health, tissue & cellular health, skin and bone health, reduce inflammation, boost eye health, increase energy and circulation, treat arthritis, and even cure coughs and colds.
Pineapples can be eaten fresh, juiced (into your piña coladas!), or cooked (with sweet & sour pork!). They are in season usually around March - June. However addictive they can be, remember to consume in moderation !
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Sweating is a natural human process that we all seem to be grossed out by. It is sticky and usually accompanied by a wonderful relationship of body odor. Despite all this, it is such an important and healthy aspect of our human anatomy.
The act of sweating is actually such a useful way of releasing toxins and unclogging pores, making all those donuts you had this morning worth it. One of the greatest things about sweating is that it is really beneficial to your skin and helps you achieve that natural glow you're begging for.
Have you ever considered why music makes us feel different emotions? When we hear our favorite song or when there is a good beat, we just can't help but enjoy it. Music expresses many types of feeling throughout all of us in different ways. But did you know music is actually good for your heart? Harvard Health Publishing's recent article says that it does help improve your heart in many forms.
"Music acts like a magic key, to which the most tightly closed heart opens." ― Maria Augusta von Trapp