Dried Pineapple is ideal as a replacement for processed sugary treats, such as chocolate or candy, as it satisfies those sweet-tooth cravings while still remaining 100% natural.They have a delectable sweet flavor and are the perfect size for snacking or baking
Dried pineapple is chock-full of a protective enzyme called bromelain. This enzyme fights inflammation that affects the tissues and organs of the body.Dried pineapple is rich in dietary fiber in the form of insoluble fiber. This type of fiber supports the digestive tract to make sure things run smoothly. Insoluble fiber also provides a sense of fullness, so dried pineapple slices are a great option to satisfy hunger between meals.
Water-soluble vitamins, such as vitamin C, deteriorate rapidly, as do minerals like potassium and calcium, which tend to drop by at least 50 percent. Dried pineapple holds onto its sugar content, however, and is two to three times higher in calories than raw pineapple.
The Institute of Medicine recommends that men get 2.3 milligrams of manganese, a mineral that helps develop strong bones and connective tissues, each day, while women need 1.8 milligrams. Two medium-sized slices of dried pineapple give you about 75 to 80 percent of this amount, according to the Linus Pauling Institute. If you are at risk for osteoporosis, adding pineapple to your diet may help protect your bones from losing density.
Although dried pineapple offers some nutrient benefits, the cost is a large amount of sugar and calories. A 3-ounce serving of dried pineapple provides about 50 percent of the vitamin C you need each day, while the same amount of fresh raw pineapple gives you more than 100 percent. Similarly, a cup of raw pineapple contains 18 micrograms of folate, which is virtually depleted by dehydration. Antioxidant compounds protect your healthy cells from free radical destruction, preventing premature aging and the development of diseases
|Dimensions||24 x 16 x 8 cm|