The weather is (finally) getting warmer which means it’s juice season baby!

While there are a ton of delicious and nutritious choices when it comes to juicin’, today we’re all about the pineapple. 

Let’s jump right into it; here are the science-based benefits of drinking pineapple juice. 

It’s filled with essential vitamins and nutrients.

Pineapple juice is packed with manganese, copper, vitamin B6, and vitamin C — all of which play important roles in the proper functioning of your body.

It can reduce stress and improve your memory.

Scientists believe the antioxidants found in pineapples can help lower stress levels and significantly improve your memory. 

It’s all about the bromelain, bro. 

Pineapple Juice contains bromelain; a mixture of enzymes that has shown significant promise in reducing inflammation caused by trauma, injuries, surgery, rheumatoid arthritis, or osteoarthritis.

The same study showed that bromelain can potentially boost immunity and improve recovery from infections. 

Further research suggests bromelain can improve digestion, and protect your gut from harmful bacteria like E. coli. 

That’s not all: this study showed that the bro-enzymes may also prevent blood clots and lower your blood pressure

Ok, last one. There are currently dozens of studies testing bromelain’s capabilities of fighting and preventing cancer, based on some promising results of earlier research

Largely due to its bromelain content, pineapple juice may have some of the most powerful health effects in the fruit juicing game!

Remember, fruit juice is naturally high in sugar and low in fiber, so don’t go guzzling down pitchers every day. 

But, if you are looking for a refreshing beverage, or mixer, we highly recommend all-natural pineapple juice with no added sugar!