PINEAPPLE

Pineapple scientific name: Ananas comosus

Pineapple

It has a sweet taste with a little sour to eat. Pineapple fruit is green in raw and yellow or golden color when ripe. There is plenty of flesh inside it and the flesh is juicy. The color of flesh is a light yellowish color, and these fleshes have bound by a thin peel. There are many small holes or eyes on the outside peel.

Nutrition value

Per 100 grams

  • Calories                                 50
  • Water                                     86 g
  • Carbohydrate                       13.12 g
  • Sugar                                     9.85 g
  • Fat                                          0.12 g
  • Protein                                   0.54 g
  • Vitamin A                              3 μg
  • Vitamin C                              47.8 mg
  • Thiamine (B1)                      0.079 mg
  • Riboflavin (B2)                     0.032 mg
  • Niacin (B3)                            0.5 mg
  • Vitamins (B6)                        0.112 mg
  • Vitamin E                                0.02 mg
  • Vitamin K                                0.02 μg
  • Calcium                                   12 mg
  • Iron                                           0.29 mg
  • Magnesium                             12 mg
  • Manganese                             0.927 mg
  • Phosphorus                            8 mg
  • Potassium                              109 mg
  • Sodium                                    1 mg
  • Zink                                           0.12 mg

Benefit: Pineapple helps reduce body weight. It eliminates dead skin cells and prevents skin from getting crushed. This fruit contains a lot of manganese, which makes bones stronger. Pineapple eliminates the problem of Stomach worms. It prevents blood clotting in the body; As a result, blood can circulate throughout the body.