Health Benefits of Raw Pineapple Juice

pineappleRaw pineapple juice contains almost all vitamins and minerals essential for the digestive system. It stimulates the kidney, relieves intestinal disorders and has diuretic properties.

Raw pineapple juice is also claimed to be an effective remedy for intestinal worms.

Furthermore, pineapple juice reduces excess water buildups and helps to maintain a healthy water balance in the body. As a result, a certain percentage of your weight can decrease.

Pineapple juice contains a mixture of protein-digesting enzymes called Bromelain. Bromelain is an anti-inflammatory agent, which is used for athletic injuries, arthritis and post-operative swelling. Bromelain has also proved to be effective in treatment of hemorrhoids, colitis, sore throat and menstrual disorders.

Pineapple juice is a good source of Vitamin C, which is a highly effective antioxidant, fights bacterial and viral infections, and does help the body to absorb iron.

Raw pineapple juice is also a source of Vitamin B1, which plays an important role in converting blood sugar into energy. 

Pineapple has minimal fat, 100 gr. of pineapple contain only 48 kcal.

Raw pineapple juice is also good for the heart as it reduces blood clots in the blood-stream.

200-250 ml of raw pineapple juice is suggested for daily intake.

Note: Only ripe fruits should be used in raw juice therapy. Ripe pineapples are heavy and have sweet aroma.

 

Comments

  1. saumya sulakshi
    March 15th, 2008| 1:46 pm

    A nice little article about the health benifits of pineapple.

  2. Michael
    March 17th, 2008| 6:54 am

    I don’t want to reply to what was written and I have no comments - but I would like to ask a question.

    What are the benefits of pineapple juice for type 2 diabetics?

  3. Elina
    March 17th, 2008| 12:19 pm

    Raw pineapple juice is good for type 2 diabetics if it is mixed with Jerusalem Artichoke juice. This fresh juice cocktail helps to stabilize blood sugar levels in by restoring balance to the endocrine system.

    Please talk to your doctor about adjusting the amount of juice intake that is right for you.

  4. bharat
    April 22nd, 2008| 6:07 am

    is freshly extracted pineapple juice fattening?

  5. suzanne james
    June 18th, 2008| 3:53 pm

    i love pineapple juice, does the ready squeezed one in the supermarket give me the same benifits as squeezing it myself, i have r/a and i drink pinapple as often as i can.

  6. Peter
    June 25th, 2008| 1:48 am

    any ready to drink bottled juice at the market has been pasteurized to extend shelf life and destroy microbes….the heating involved in pasteurization kills all enzymes such as bromelain as well as destroying vitamins in the pineapple juice thereby practically eliminating all therapeutic benefit for rheu. arthritis. It needs to be fresh squeezed.

  7. Elina
    June 26th, 2008| 12:24 am

    bharat,

    Any raw juice consumed 30 minutes before meals is not fattening.

  8. prashant
    July 2nd, 2008| 3:23 pm

    iheard that raw pineapple juice leads to abortion if taken by a pregnent lady. Is it true?

  9. author
    February 6th, 2009| 10:04 pm

    alright i looooooooooooove pineapple juice its my favorite..

  10. Eat Smart Age Smart
    July 31st, 2009| 12:14 pm

    The delicious pineapple juice is enriched with loads of vitamins, minerals, fibers and enzymes that are good for the digestive system and help in maintaining ideal weight and balanced nutrition. Raw pineapple juice is also good for the heart as it reduces blood clots in the blood-stream.

  11. akanni emmanuel
    August 5th, 2009| 10:25 pm

    pineapple juice so good for the body but i wish to know the level of sugar in pineapple?
    emmanuelakanni@yahoo.com

  12. SciPost
    August 6th, 2009| 9:28 pm

    Helpful article - thanks. I have always heard that pineapple juice can interfere with some medicine - any truth to that?

  13. Anne
    October 26th, 2009| 2:19 pm

    Ascorbic acid levels in pineapple juice loses it’s values everyday that it stays on the shelf or at the factory.

  14. naresh
    February 20th, 2010| 12:16 pm

    hi, nice post..i heard that raw pineapple’s are poisonous….is that true..??

  15. Spongebob
    April 16th, 2010| 6:15 pm

    I heard that you can live in a pineapple under the sea. Is this true?

  16. Rika Susan
    January 2nd, 2011| 10:03 am

    I love adding pineapple to my fresh vegetable juice recipes! It adds so much in terms of flavor and taste. It is amazing what a difference it makes. And, on top of that, we get all these wonderful health benefits. Great stuff!

  17. George
    May 19th, 2011| 11:28 am

    good stuff here….working on it.

  18. jaskaran
    May 25th, 2011| 11:21 am

    Well informative and very beneficial article & comments on pineapple juice.

  19. C.Balaindumathi
    June 29th, 2011| 1:10 pm

    worthy article

  20. Gautam Kumar
    July 30th, 2011| 6:47 am

    Sir/Madam,

    Please brief how the pineapple juice are very much healthy for a diabitic patient.

  21. Fritz
    November 20th, 2011| 9:40 am

    If I drink raw pineapple juice will still be able to play the piano?

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