So actually pineapple prevent cancer!? 🍍steemCreated with Sketch.

in #cancer3 years ago

Pineapple has been directly related to preventing
cancers of the mouth, throat, and breast, as it is rich in various antioxidants, including vitamin A , beta carotene, bromelain, various flavonoid compounds, and high levels of manganese. Manganese is an important cofactor of superoxide dismutase, an extremely potent free radical scavenger that has been associated with a number of different cancers.The enzyme bromelain, found in pineapple, is one of several natural foods you can use to prevent cancer, fight cancer if you have it, and minimize the effects of radiation therapy that often cause as much damage to healthy cells as they do to cancerous cells.
Chemotherapy is the most common form of treatment for cancer in the United States. It has been used for the past four decades despite the fact that it ravages the body, weakening the immune system until it can no longer function properly.
The cure is often worse than the disease, pushing scientists to search for natural cancer-fighting solutions .
The cancer treatment that people are most familiar with is chemotherapy. This method of treatment has been in use for over 40 years and is known for its unpleasant side effects. Chemotherapy works by means of a chemical agent called 5-fluorauracil, which poisons rapidly-dividing cells and halts RNA replication. The goal of this is to kill the cancerous tumor in the patient, but as most people know, chemotherapy is kind of like dropping an atomic bomb on your body; it will attack the cancer, but it will also attack normal, fast-dividing cells which are noncancerous in nature. This is why people undergoing chemotherapy treatment end up losing their hair for the duration of their treatment.
As you might imagine, many people are curious whether there are alternative treatments that can actually work and don’t have such terrible side effects. There may be a solution in the form of an enzyme few people have ever heard of, that’s found in a fruit they’ve probably eaten their whole lives.
Bromelain is a natural enzyme found in the core of the pineapple. This fruit has been used in various folk remedies by indigenous people in South and Central America for thousands of years. While pineapples are certainly rich in vitamins, only recently have scientists uncovered evidence that the bromelain found in this popular fruit could actually have cancer-fighting properties.
Researchers isolated and extracted bromelain from pineapple in order to test its effectiveness as a treatment for different types of cancer. The scientists compared the effects of bromelain in treating intestinal, breast, and lung cancer tumors, among others, in laboratory mice. These results were compared with those of a standard treatment of 5-fluorauracil (chemotherapy) group and an untreated control group.
The results were astounding. The survival index of all animals treated with bromelain was significantly higher than the other two groups (the one exception to this was among mice with melanoma). In mice with Ehrlich ascites tumors (EAT), the survival index score went up by a shocking 318 percent, compared with 263 percent for the group receiving chemotherapy.


Woff, woff!

Hello @haywhy55, We have met 5 times already!

I'm a guide dog living in KR community. I can see that you want to contribute to KR community and communicate with other Korean Steemians. I really appreciate it and I'd be more than happy to help.

KR tag is used mainly by Koreans, but we give warm welcome to anyone who wish to use it. I'm here to give you some advice so that your post can be viewed by many more Koreans. I'm a guide dog after all and that's what I do!


  • If you're not comfortable to write in Korean, I highly recommend you write your post in English rather than using Google Translate.
    Unfortunately, Google Translate is terrible at translating English into Korean. You may think you wrote in perfect Korean, but what KR Steemians read is gibberish. Sorry, even Koreans can't understand your post written in Google-Translated Korean.
  • So, here's what might happen afterward. Your Google-Translated post might be mistaken as a spam so that whales could downvote your post. Yikes! I hope that wouldn't happen to you.
  • If your post is not relevant to Korea, not even vaguely, but you still use KR tag, Whales could think it as a spam and downvote your post. Double yikes!
  • If your post is somebody else's work(that is, plagiarism), then you'll definitely get downvotes.
  • If you keep abusing tags, you may be considered as a spammer. It may result to put you into the blacklist. Oops!

I sincerely hope that you enjoy Steemit without getting downvotes. Because Steemit is a wonderful place. See? Korean Steemians are kind enough to raise a guide dog(that's me) to help you!

Woff, woff! 🐶

@haywhy55 just got this post resteemed to 4800 followers.

I am not a bot. Upvote this comment if you like this service

i just follow and upvote to your post ,, kindly follow me back and upvote to given link ,, then i will upvote your five more posts

You just planted 0.72 tree(s)!

Thanks to @haywhy55

We have planted already 7529.24 trees
out of 1,000,000

Let's save and restore Abongphen Highland Forest
in Cameroonian village Kedjom-Keku!
Plant trees with @treeplanter and get paid for it!
My Steem Power = 18429.90
Thanks a lot!
@martin.mikes coordinator of @kedjom-keku