Pineapples and Uterus Health


🍍As it relates to Fertility🤰🏽

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🚫Avoid consumption the weeks leading to ovulation and also when you are pregnant🚫

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Having healthy egg and sperm, along with balanced hormones, are all essential for a successful pregnancy, however, the condition and “receptivity” of the uterus is just as important. Commonly identified as the seed/soil relationship, a fertilized egg must embed itself into the wall of the uterus for implantation, but chronic uterine inflammation is a known cause of implantation failure and miscarriage. Therefor the uterus needs enzymes that act as a blood thinner and anticoagulant. Blood thinners drive blood to the uterus, encouraging sticky embryos and reducing the chances of early loss. .

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⏰The time to eat pineapple is...

Around embryo implantation. You can cut the pineapple into fifths and eat 1/5 per day, being sure to include the core.

🔬How does this help....

Bromelain is the main nutrient in Pineapple. Bromelain is an enzyme, which means it helps reactions take place in the body. Bromelain also helps us break down and digest our food when taken with meals. However, when taken on an empty stomach, it had other effects on the body like: acting as a blood thinner, anticoagulant, and an anti-inflammatory agent, all of which may help an embryo implant into the uterus.

Eat sweet!🍍💜


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