Ripe, deep, intense and fresh, that is the hallmark of this golden variety pineapple blend. The smoothing notes of creamy coconut and banana in the background wrap it all together. It’s all about the pineapple here.
Pineapple is a good source of vitamin B1, vitamin B6, copper and dietary fiber.
Pineapple is an excellent source the trace mineral manganese, which is an essential cofactor of enzymes necessary in energy production and antioxidant defenses.
Pineapple contains a high amount of antioxidant (vitamin C), and working with the special enzyme bromelain in pineapple, it helps defend against free radicals that attack and damage normal cells and encourage healing.
The bromelain contained in fresh pineapple can relieve indigestion by breaking down the amino acid bonds in proteins.
Coconuts are easy on the digestive system because of their low alkaline level.
They're loaded with naturally sterile electrolytes, which feed your pH and muscle function and contain healthy fats (MCT) which promotes thermo-genesis, energy and is anti-catabolic.
Coconuts have one of the highest percentages of fiber, as 75 percent of their total carbohydrates being fiber.
Bananas contain a high dose of potassium that is an essential nutrient to keep your heart and nervous system in good shape. Also, this high potassium content minimizes the loss of calcium from the body and thereby reduces the risk of osteoporosis.
Bananas have tryptophan that helps the body to produce serotonin - which has a calming effect on the brain.
Bananas contains iron, which helps the body's hemoglobin function.
Fiber in bananas helps maintain healthy, regular bowel movements.
Bananas have a natural antacid effect in the body, reducing heartburns when consumed.
Pineapples are actually not just one fruit but multiple(up to 200) fruitlets fuse together around a central core – an “eye,” the rough spiny marking, is a fruitlet.
Hawaii produce one third of all pineapples in the world.
Coconut water is identical to that of human blood plasma, which makes it a great universal donor. Human blood consisted of 55% plasma so by eating and drinking products containing coconuts we can give ourselves an instant blood transfusion.
The sailors aboard Vasco de Gama’s ships gave the coconut its name. They called it “Coco”, named after a grimacing face or hobgoblin.
Nearly all bananas in the United States are imported from Central and South America and are available year-round.
The banana tree is not actually a tree; it is a large herb.