The combination of these two ingredients creates a very tasty and nutrient rich drink.
Have you heard of this mix?
In today’s video you’ll find out its health benefits and how it can help cut out those extra pounds.
Pineapple is a nutrient rich food which contains vitamin A, B1, B6, C and minerals like magnesium, copper, manganese, iron, fiber and bromelain. Since it is diuretic and low on calories, it is popular in weight loss diets. You can enjoy its main benefits when eaten raw or in the form of juice or tea.
The chinese has been using cinnamon as a spice for more than 4000 years with several health benefits. It can be used in many recipes, since it’s flavor and scents are unique.
The consumption of pineapple and cinnamon tea, combined with a healthy diet can provide a great result if you want to lose weight without adding anything bad for your health.
A good strategy would be to have this tea 3 times per day for a week.
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To make Pineapple and Cinnamon tea, you’ll need:
Half of a pineapple’s peel;
200 ml of pure water;
1 cinnamon stick.
See how it’s made:
Put all the ingredients in a pan and leave it on high heat. As soon as the mixture boils, turn off the stove and cover the pan for 10 minutes. Then, strain and drink. Remember, the tea is more effective when sugar is not added. But if you’re the kind of person who cannot drink tea without sugar, choose a natural sweetener like xylitol or stevia.
It’s recommended to take this drink several times in a day during the week. If you can pair this drink with a healthy diet and some physical exercises, you’ll be able to lose some pounds from water retention. You can repeat this treatment once a month.
Hypertensive, pregnant women, people with gastric problems and children under 6 years old should avoid taking this drink.
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