An Sports People Guide to Dried Fruits
Try incorporating dry fruit into your balanced diet! Opt for the natural stuff, and not the brands coated with added sugar—The Fruta Sana Costa Rica dry pineapple fruit is sweet enough on its own so no added sugar or preservatives at all is.
Health Benefits of Dry Pineapple when training
Dried pineapple is chock-full of a protective enzyme called bromelain. This enzyme fights inflammation that affects the tissues and organs of the body. Some research suggests that bromelain may be as effective in reducing swelling as anti-inflammatory medications. Bromelain can aid recovery from sports injuries and after surgery. Enzyme-rich dried pineapple slices are also used as a remedy for indigestion. They relieve stomach aches and support digestive health by breaking down proteins. The bromelain in dried pineapple also acts as an immunity-booster so make sure you eat enough pineapple around cold and flu season.
If that isn't reason enough to love dry pineapple, it’s also a good source of dietary fiber and antioxidants. Dry 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 dry pineapple slices are a great option to satisfy hunger between meals. Free radicals are associated with age-related degeneration and disease, but antioxidants help to protect against their damaging effects.
The raw material, pineapple Fruta Sana uses and exports comes from the best farms in Costa Rica and the crop is so sweet that there is no need to add any sugar….we don’t add anything at all to the dried pineapple….making this a 100% natural product from Costa Rica, pure in origin and pure in its sweet taste. FRUTA SANA is committed to produced dry fruit free of S02, with no additives.
Due to the large size of the Pineapples, the size of the dried ring is up to 8 cm in diameter. Besides the full rings, we produce chunks/tidbits which are 1/8th of a full ring.
The tastiest pineapple you’ve ever tasted!
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