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Professor Chen Huiren of the Beijing Army General Hospital stressed that if everyone who receives this bulletin can carry ten copies to others', surely at least one life will be saved ...
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Hot pineapple water can save you a lifetime
Hot pineapple ~ can kill cancer cells.
Cut 2 to 3 pieces of pineapple thinner in a cup, add hot water, it will be "alkaline water", drink every day, it is good for anyone.
Hot pineapple releases anti-cancer substances, which are the latest advances in effective cancer treatment in medicine.
The hot pineapple fruit has the effect of killing cysts and tumors. Proven to repair all types of cancer.
Hot pineapple water can kill all germs and toxins from the body as a result of alergic / allergies
The type of medicine with pineapple extract only destroys * violent cells *, it does not affect healthy cells.
In addition, amino acids and pineapple polyphenols in pineapple juice can regulate high blood pressure, effectively preventing the blockage of inner blood vessels, adjusting blood circulation and reducing blood clots.
Health benefitsPineapple contains a significant amount of vitamin C, a water-soluble antioxidant that fights cell damage.
This makes vitamin C a helpful fighter against problems such as heart disease and joint pain.
Pineapple may help you keep standing tall and strong. One cup of raw pineapple chunks contains 2.6 mg of manganese, a mineral that's important for developing strong bones and connective tissue.
A 1994 study suggested that manganese, along with other trace minerals, may be helpful in preventing osteoporosis in post-menopausal women.
The variety of vitamins and minerals in pineapples have many other health benefits, too. For example, "pineapples can help reduce the risk of macular degeneration, a disease that affects the eyes as people age, due in part to its high amount of vitamin C and the antioxidants it contains," Flores said.
Like many other fruits and vegetables, pineapple contains dietary fiber, which is essential in keeping you regular and in keeping your intestines healthy.
But unlike many other fruits and veggies, pineapple contains significant amounts of bromelain, an enzyme that breaks down protein, which may help with digestion. Bromelain could also be helpful in treating osteoarthritis.
Flores noted that because of their bromelain levels, pineapples can help reduce excessive coagulation of the blood. This makes pineapple a good snack for frequent fliers and others at risk for blood clots.
In addition to having lots of vitamin C, pineapple's bromelain may help reduce mucus in the throat and nose. So if your cold has you coughing, try some pineapple chunks.
Those with allergies may want to consider incorporating pineapple into their diets more regularly to reduce sinus mucus long term