PINEAPPLE BROMELAIN POWDER 100g: health booster and treats digestive disorder

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PINEAPPLE BROMELAIN POWDER 100g: health booster and treats digestive disorder

€22,90
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Pineapple bromelain powder have powerful antioxidants  that have the power to aid digestion and treat osteoarthritis. Enjoy this great tasty powder with your morning smoothies, juices, and many desserts!

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Delivery time: 3 to 8 days

 

What is Pineapple bromelain?

Pineapple, a South American native and a cherished part of Hawaiian folk medicine, is one of the richest sources in the world of the enzyme bromelain. It is composed of several endopeptidases and compounds like phosphatase, glucosidase, peroxidase, cellulase, escharase and protease inhibitors. Usually “bromelain” sold in extract or supplement form refers to enzymes extracted from pineapple stems or cores, rather than from the fruit’s flesh.

Used widely as a natural remedy to treat everything from indigestion to allergies, pineapple is not only brimming with this enzyme, but also vitamin C, vitamin B1, potassium, manganese and phytonutrients. While pineapple has many benefits, the real secret to its healing powers is definitely bromelain.

Pineapple bromelain History

Pineapples have a long tradition as a medicinal plant among the natives of South and Central America. The first isolation of bromelain was recorded by the Venezuelan chemist Vicente Marcano in 1891 by fermenting the fruit of pineapple. In 1892, Russell Henry Chittenden, assisted by Elliott P. Joslin and Frank Sherman Meara, investigated the matter more completely, and called it 'bromelin'. Later, the term 'bromelain' was introduced and originally applied to any protease from any member of the plant family Bromeliaceae.

For centuries, people of South and Central America, where pineapples are native, have used the fruit to treat indigestion and inflammation. Just before the turn of the century, bromelain was isolated from the fruit and began being used in westernized medicine.

HEALTH BENEFITS OF PINEAPPLE BROMELAIN POWDER

  • Treats digestive disorder

Why is bromelain good for you if you suffer from indigestion or a gastrointestinal disorder? Because it’s an enzyme that specifically helps with digesting proteins and has been found to help your body absorb nutrients and even medications more efficiently. Studies suggest that it decreases colonic inflammation and reduces secretion of pro-inflammatory cytokines that damage the gut lining. Because it’s very effective at healing tissues within the gastrointestinal tract, bromelain is beneficial for people with:

  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Dyspepsia, or peptic ulcers due to heliobactor pylori infections
  • Constipation
  • Heartburn
  • Diarrhea
  • Treating Osteoarthritis

A review of clinical studies found that bromelain’s anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties make it an effective treatment for the pain, soft-tissue swelling, and joint stiffness associated with osteoarthritis. The review focused on bromelain’s effectiveness in treating arthritis of the knee and shoulder. The studies analyzed varied significantly in terms of dosage. Improvements were found in some study participants given 400 milligrams of bromelain, two times daily.

  • Asthma

The results of an animal study indicated that bromelain’s anti-inflammatory effects might be beneficial to people with asthma or other forms of allergic airway disease.

WHAT DOES PINEAPPLE BROMELAIN TASTE LIKE?

Pineapple bromelain has exceptional juiciness and a vibrant tropical flavor that balances the tastes of sweet and tart. 

HOW TO TAKE PINEAPPLE BROMELAIN POWDER?

Mix every morning one teaspoon of pineapple bromelain powder with water, smoothies, or juice for a refreshing tropical beverage. It can also lend a boost of sweetness to ice cream, frozen yogurt, and desserts.

Store in a cool dry place for up to 24 months. It is ok to refrigerate. Country of origin: China.

SIDE EFFECTS

Bromelain is usually well-tolerated and unlikely to cause side effects. However, there are some instances when it’s unsafe to take this enzyme. Because it helps prevent blood clots, it’s important to be especially careful when consuming bromelain powder if you’re any taking blood-thinning medications. The same applies to surgery: avoid taking it immediately following surgery unless you speak with your doctor first, as this can increase risk for bleeding.

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Pineapple bromelain powder have powerful antioxidants  that have the power to aid digestion and treat osteoarthritis. Enjoy this great tasty powder with your morning smoothies, juices, and many desserts!

FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE

Delivery time: 3 to 8 days

 

What is Pineapple bromelain?

Pineapple, a South American native and a cherished part of Hawaiian folk medicine, is one of the richest sources in the world of the enzyme bromelain. It is composed of several endopeptidases and compounds like phosphatase, glucosidase, peroxidase, cellulase, escharase and protease inhibitors. Usually “bromelain” sold in extract or supplement form refers to enzymes extracted from pineapple stems or cores, rather than from the fruit’s flesh.

Used widely as a natural remedy to treat everything from indigestion to allergies, pineapple is not only brimming with this enzyme, but also vitamin C, vitamin B1, potassium, manganese and phytonutrients. While pineapple has many benefits, the real secret to its healing powers is definitely bromelain.

Pineapple bromelain History

Pineapples have a long tradition as a medicinal plant among the natives of South and Central America. The first isolation of bromelain was recorded by the Venezuelan chemist Vicente Marcano in 1891 by fermenting the fruit of pineapple. In 1892, Russell Henry Chittenden, assisted by Elliott P. Joslin and Frank Sherman Meara, investigated the matter more completely, and called it 'bromelin'. Later, the term 'bromelain' was introduced and originally applied to any protease from any member of the plant family Bromeliaceae.

For centuries, people of South and Central America, where pineapples are native, have used the fruit to treat indigestion and inflammation. Just before the turn of the century, bromelain was isolated from the fruit and began being used in westernized medicine.

HEALTH BENEFITS OF PINEAPPLE BROMELAIN POWDER

  • Treats digestive disorder

Why is bromelain good for you if you suffer from indigestion or a gastrointestinal disorder? Because it’s an enzyme that specifically helps with digesting proteins and has been found to help your body absorb nutrients and even medications more efficiently. Studies suggest that it decreases colonic inflammation and reduces secretion of pro-inflammatory cytokines that damage the gut lining. Because it’s very effective at healing tissues within the gastrointestinal tract, bromelain is beneficial for people with:

  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Dyspepsia, or peptic ulcers due to heliobactor pylori infections
  • Constipation
  • Heartburn
  • Diarrhea
  • Treating Osteoarthritis

A review of clinical studies found that bromelain’s anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties make it an effective treatment for the pain, soft-tissue swelling, and joint stiffness associated with osteoarthritis. The review focused on bromelain’s effectiveness in treating arthritis of the knee and shoulder. The studies analyzed varied significantly in terms of dosage. Improvements were found in some study participants given 400 milligrams of bromelain, two times daily.

  • Asthma

The results of an animal study indicated that bromelain’s anti-inflammatory effects might be beneficial to people with asthma or other forms of allergic airway disease.

WHAT DOES PINEAPPLE BROMELAIN TASTE LIKE?

Pineapple bromelain has exceptional juiciness and a vibrant tropical flavor that balances the tastes of sweet and tart. 

HOW TO TAKE PINEAPPLE BROMELAIN POWDER?

Mix every morning one teaspoon of pineapple bromelain powder with water, smoothies, or juice for a refreshing tropical beverage. It can also lend a boost of sweetness to ice cream, frozen yogurt, and desserts.

Store in a cool dry place for up to 24 months. It is ok to refrigerate. Country of origin: China.

SIDE EFFECTS

Bromelain is usually well-tolerated and unlikely to cause side effects. However, there are some instances when it’s unsafe to take this enzyme. Because it helps prevent blood clots, it’s important to be especially careful when consuming bromelain powder if you’re any taking blood-thinning medications. The same applies to surgery: avoid taking it immediately following surgery unless you speak with your doctor first, as this can increase risk for bleeding.