AS SYURA TRADING & RESOURCES SDN BHD

Office :

23, Jalan Bahagia 1,
Taman Bahagia, Pulai Sebatang,
82100 Pontian, Johor, Malaysia.

Factory :
PTD 10123, Batu 34,
Jalan Johor,
82000 Pontian, Johor.


Contact Person:

Director
HJ MD. NAIM BIN MOHAMED NUN
+6012-772 2448
+6019-7538455
naim@assyura.com

Operation Executive
MOHAMAD SYAFIQ HAZIM 
+6019-774 1622
syafiqhazimassyura@gmail.com
 
Administrative
SITI KHADIJAH
+6012-7858455
khadijahassyura@gmail.com

Advantages of Pineapple

Pineapple is the second most popular tropical fruit. Pineapple is also known as Piña, Nanas and Ananas. Related Species of Pineapple - Pina de Playon (Ananas bracteatus). The pineapple is native to southern Brazil and Paraguay where wild relatives occur. It was spread by the Indians up through South and Central America to the West Indies before Columbus arrived.

The best part about pineapples is that it is loaded with nutrients and beneficial enzymes, which ensures that you not only have a healthy body but also a glowing complexion. To know the nutritional value and health benefits of eating pineapples, read below.

Pineapple Health Benefits :-
  1. It is regulates the gland and found to be helpful in cases of goiter (enlargement of the thyroid gland).
  2. Pineapple Can Help to Prevent Nausea
  3. Pineapple May Prevent Constipation
  4. Pineapple May Relieve Coughs or Colds
  5. Pineapple Strengthens Bones
  6. Dyspepsia (chronic digestive disturbance).
  7. Bronchitis (inflammation of the bronchial tubes.)
  8. Catarrh (secretions from mucous membranes).
  9. High Blood pressure.
  10. Arthritis (diseases of the joints)
  11. Fresh pineapple juice is also used in removing intestinal worms.
  12. Fresh pineapple juice has been used to combat diphtheria and other infections of the throat or other parts of the body.

Nutritional Value of Pineapple :-
(Given here is the value of different nutrients in 100 grams of pineapple. )
  •  Calcium - 16 mg
  •  Calories - 52
  •  Carbohydrates - 13.7 gm
  •  Dietary Fiber - 1.4 gm
  •  Iron - 0.28 mg
  •  Magnesium - 12 mg
  •  Protein - 0.54 g
  •  Phosphorus - 11 mg
  •  Potassium - 150 mg
  •  Vitamin A - 130 I.U
  •  Vitamin B1  - 0.079 mg
  •  Vitamin B2 - 0.031 mg
  •  Vitamin B3 - 0.489 mg
  •  Vitamin B6 - 0.110 mg
  •  Vitamin C - 24 mg
  •  Zinc - 0.10 mg

Uses of Pineapple :-
  1. The pineapple fruit, peel, or juice is used in folk remedies for corns, tumors, and warts.
  2. It is added to fruit salad, pies, cakes, ice cream, yogurt, punches, and other desserts. Pineapple is an ingredient in most sweet and sour dishes and is used in many savory dishes.
  3. The leaf juice as a purgative, emmenagogue and vermifuge.
  4. Pineapple contains a proteolytic enzyme bromelain, which digests food by breaking down protein. Pineapple is a good source of manganese, as well as containing significant amounts of Vitamin C and Vitamin B1.