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Are Your Bones Weak? This One Fruit Helps To Build Healthy Bones

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It might not be a favourite fruit of many, but pineapple is one of the best fruits if you are looking at strengthening your bones and keeping them healthy.

Earlier, weakening of the bones was quite common among elderly people but nowadays even young people are coming up with complains of pain due to weak bones. All these are due to sedentary lifestyle and lack of proper food and exercise.

So what are the ways to build strong bones? Apart from exercising, having healthy foods is equally important for stronger bones. And when it comes to food, pineapple is just one among them.

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Pineapple is known for its rich antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. These are the two most important factors why pineapple is a must-have fruit, especially for those having weak bones.

Pineapple, especially the ripe ones are generally sweet in taste. It can be consumed in the form of fruits, diced and added to salads or turn it into grill stick for desserts. Also, a few people prefer adding pineapple to smoothies or blend it into a juice.

Listed here are the nutrients in pineapple that help in strengthening the bones; check it out.


1. Vitamin C:

Pineapple is rich in vitamin C. It helps to nourish the joints and helps in the production of collagen that helps to keep the joints and bones strong.


2. Manganese:

Pineapple is rich in yet another mineral - manganese. It helps in the synthesis of connective tissues in the bones and makes the bones strong.


3. B Vitamins:

Pineapple is rich in vitamins like vitamin B6 and B1 and most importantly vitamin B12 that helps in strengthening the bones.


4. Copper:

Pineapple is rich in yet another mineral, copper. It helps in keeping the bones healthy and enhances the functioning of bones and the joints.


5. Bromelain:

The enzyme, bromelain contained in pineapple helps in keeping the bones healthy. In case of a tear and fracture in the bones, it helps in reducing the inflammation and pain and enhances healing.

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Story first published: Thursday, March 9, 2017, 17:30 [IST]
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