Pineapple and Kale Smoothie
Bromelain, the key enzyme in pineapple, banishes inflammation as effectively as drugs. It reduces swelling, helps against sore throat, treats arthritis and gout, and speeds digestion of proteins. New research is even showing pineapple to be highly effective at cancer prevention and treatment.
Great for macular degeneration, cancer, fibronolytic tumors
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- a pineapple, cored and chopped
- 1 1/2 c
- 2 c
- fresh kale, chopped
- 1 c
- 1 1/2 c
- cored and chopped pineapple
- ripe banana
- 1 c
FIRST RECIPE PINEAPPLE KALE SMOOTHIE ~ ADD THE INGREDENTS AND BLEND IN A BLENDER
SECOND RECIPE PINEAPPLE BANANA MANGO SMOOTHIE ~ ADD THE INGREDENTS AND BLEND IN A BLENDER
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Bromelain keeps cancers from getting started and shrinks tumors
Bromelain has strong anti-inflammatory and digestive benefits
Bromelain from pineapple is a complex mixture of substances, the most widely studied of which is a group of protein digesting enzymes, or proteolytic enzymes. Enzymes give bromelain its fibronolytic and antithrombotic feature. Tumors often have a protective covering made of fibrin that can be dissolved by the fibronolytic action of bromelain, one reason it is so effective against cancer. Two clinical trials with heart patients have shown an elimination of thrombosis with bromelain. Therapeutic doses of dietary supplements of bromelain put a rapid halt to inflammation, and are able to reduce excessive coagulation of the blood.
Bromelain is approved by the German Commission E for the treatment of sinusitis. Clinical studies have shown that children diagnosed with acute sinusitis recovered significantly faster when treated with bromelain than when given other treatments
Bromelain is effective in treating bruises, sprains and strains by reducing swelling, tenderness and pain. It works well at reducing post operative swelling
Bromelain offers protection and treatment for macular degeneration