Date: 2021-06-29 14:42:28
Do you like pineapples? In today’s video, we will teach you how to make a pineapple skin tea to enjoy the benefits of the whole fruit.
It is not a secret that a healthy diet includes fruits, vegetables, and green leaves.
But it is important to pay attention to some points when buying these foods to get all the benefits.
Do you really know how to choose the best pineapple at the market? Watch the suggested video to learn more.
Did you know that the skin of pineapple has 38% more vitamin C than its flesh?
This high nutritional value is characteristic of skins, seeds, leaves, and stems.
However, many people still throw them all away. Do you also do it, or do you use the whole fruit?
The advantage of pineapple skin tea is that, besides reducing waste, it is also a way of keeping the fruit’s nutrients.
This tea is a good alternative for eating pineapples and enjoy benefits such as improving digestion, avoiding constipation, preventing diseases like rheumatism and arthritis, and cleansing the blood. Incredible, right?!
The same goes for other fruits: orange peel has 40 times more calcium than the pulp, while apple and tangerine peels have double the vitamin C compared to the pulps. Isn’t nature amazing?
Shall we go to the recipe? Watch the video to learn how!
Try our pineapple skin tea and improve your health.
0:00 Pineapple Skin Tea Benefits
1:22 Pineapple Skin Tea Recipe
1:37 How to Make Pineapple Skin Tea
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