If You Eat 1 Pineapple per Day for a Month, This is What Happens to Your Body

Pineapple is good stuff, both sweet and tart, full of nutrition. It was once considered so special and exotic that only royalty could afford it. But as with anything, there can be too much of a good thing.

Despite the fact that it is now much more available and affordable than it once was, you may still want to make eating pineapple a special thing.

Too much can lead to diabetes, tooth decay, and allergic reactions. It contains a powerful compound called bromelain, which one the one hand, may be able to kill cancer cells. But on the other, it messes with prescription medications and can cause serious bleeding issues.

Stay with us to find out all the good and the bad of eating a whole pineapple every day, as well as some advice for getting the very best from this fruit without the risks.

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