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 Health benefits of drinking hot pineapple water

Several specialized doctors offer their opinions, as reported by various sources. Dr. Inge Permadhi, Clinical Nutrition Specialist at Siloam Hospitals Semanggi, stated the report was false because sickness and cancer cells could not be healed merely by eating pineapple or other foods.

However, Dr. Marudut Sitompul, Chairman of the Scientific Division of the Indonesian Nutritionist Association (Persagi), believes that more research into the efficacy of pineapple water on cancer is needed.

Then, when it came to alkaline water, Dr. Marudut stated that the information was incorrect. Pineapple is acidic and has a pH of around 4. The lactic acid bacteria will enter the pineapple if it is soaked in water and fermented, making it more acidic.

This pineapple soaking technique could be done to increase the antioxidant content of the fruit, similar to how apple cider vinegar does.

Furthermore, clinical nutritionist Luciana B. Sutanto claims that there is no scientific evidence that pineapple water is effective against cancer.

"Pineapple fruit consumption does not immediately lower blood pressure," Luciana explained.

 Pineapple is high in vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants, which help to prevent free radicals from entering the body. Hot water, on the other hand, might deplete the fruit's nutritional and mineral content.

He claims that hot pineapple water steeped in pineapple pieces simply serves as an infused water that still contains numerous elements like pineapple.

It was decided from these experienced doctors' explanations that cancer treatment is significantly more complex and that only hot pineapple water can treat cancer.

"All references show that information about hot pineapple water curing and killing cancer cells is incorrect or belongs in the wrong content category," the turnbackhoaks said.



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