How PINEAPPLE Is Life-Saving…Why Your Mouth Tingles After Eating It! Dr. Mandell

Pineapple has a powerful enzyme called Bromelain. Pineapple has many healing medicinal benefits for the body helping the arteries, heart, digestive system, immune system, scar tissue, cholesterol, collagen, and so much more. It has powerful antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties, along with its healing minerals and vitamins.

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  • @amandatarver2947 says:

    Also making pineapple vinegar is super easy and yummy. Use the scraps from the pineapple when you cut it and add sugar. It’s like a fun experiment!

  • @laurie6332 says:

    How do you figure this stuff out? I knew pineapple was good for digestion but it wreaked havoc with mg mouth. Now I know to eat it with a protein. Except I like the other benefits of eating plain also, so maybe not eating so much of it plain so it can’t burn my mouth is the key. Balance is everything right Dr Mandel? Thank you for sharing your tidbits 😊

  • @adlihkristopher2906 says:

    Good morning Dr Mandell, Thank you for your contribution to a healthier world! And your words of encouragement God has a special place for you. Happy Holiday❤

  • @TheArtofKAS says:

    Earlier this week, I had a large hankering for some pineapple.

    Fortunately for me, as soon as I got to my grocery store they had at least 700,000 in stock so I got a couple of them after cutting them and sorting them into a few bowls I ate some and immediately felt my sinuses begin to clear from a small cold I had as dealing with.

    Glad to know that I was partially right in thinking that the pineapple what’s helping me out by eating me 😂😂😂. Thank you Doc..

  • @Belldavid1000 says:

    I just ate a really ripe half a pineapple and it was perhaps just beginning to turn…like apple cider does when there isn’t preservative added. Eitherway, it was delicious, and I scarfed it down. It did indeed tingle the mouth. I will surely buy it regularly now.

  • @Madison_your_nice_friend says:

    Your videos are a ray of positivity and joy in our lives

  • @atlantica3544 says:

    I try to eat 🍍 as much as I can in between meals in the hope of helping healing my frozen shoulders. It”s all because of Dr Mandell’s YT channel I get to know these helpful things.💙💙

  • @conniedavidson9026 says:

    Thank you Dr Mandal! You are a wonderful teacher!

  • @conniedavidson9026 says:

    Thank you for sharing this to all parents, grandparents, and children.

  • @LizGirlBoss says:

    Thank you, I needed this!!!! I just got braces and ate pineapple and it had my mouth raw, it seems like my braces were rubbing against my mouth even worse lol now I know why my mouth was tender 😂
    I love Pineapple but will eat it now with other protein. Major gem dropped here. 💕

    • @recoveringsoul755 says:

      I was at a restaurant once and they served a half pineapple with the center filled with marshmallow cream or fluff. It was different, but SOOOO yummy

  • @carmenrhynes7848 says:

    Good Morning Dr. Mandell, Thank You for Sharing Your thoughts and inspirational messages on Healthy Lifestyle, May God Blessings and Favours Keep Shining Upon You throughout Your Walk in Life Achievements…Amen!🙏🏽❤️✨️

  • @deedeetaylor124 says:

    Merry Xmas and Happy Holidays everyone. I purchased four Pineapples and they turned orange. I didn’t bother to cut open. I wish Dr. Mandell would’ve mentioned the limit to eat. I read in the comments, someone mentioned eating half a pineapple. I can’t imagine how the person’s mouth was feeling after eating half of pineapple. Also, I would like to know if canned pineapple will have the same benefits.

    • @clwest3538 says:

      Agree – how much is effective and does canned have same benefits.

    • @divakim206 says:

      Please don’t x out Christ in Christmas. Jesus is the reason for the season. 🙏❤️

    • @clwest3538 says:

      @@divakim206 The ‘X’ comes from the Greek letter Chi, which is the first letter of the Greek word Christós (Greek: Χριστός, translit. Khristós, lit. “anointed, covered in oil”), which became Christ in English. The suffix -mas is from the Latin-derived Old English word for Mass. (wiki)

    • @marionmoore665 says:

      If I get a chesty cold , I eat half a pineapple a day till better. Usually Two does it. Yes tongue can get sore but it passes quickly. A rich tea biscuit normally does it.

  • @skipcudyk4223 says:

    Hello Dr Mandell!
    Had no idea about all the benefits from pineapple!
    Thank you and God bless you

  • @juliadavid3637 says:

    Wow, Dr. Mandell, thank you. I always stay away from pineapple because of sugar.

  • @frankcuizio5375 says:

    I have been taking pineapple for a couple of years now, it helps with acid reflux. I take it on an empty stomach in the morning.

  • @topazdreamer311 says:

    Used it to repair from radiotheraphy, then chest infection. Take it everyday for clear lungs. Also tastes yummy on pizza and made as icecream or simply BBQ. Great to know on right track Doc. Thank you 🥰

  • @angelap32 says:

    Please be careful DO NOT over eat pineapple 🍍 as it has alot of sugars..people that are diabetic have to be careful❤👍

  • @withurshield931 says:

    I LOVE pineapple. It’s my favorite all time fruit. But I never thought about the health benefits. Other than vitamins. 😮😮😮

  • @CarmenRamirez-hc2fh says:

    I love Pineapple 🍍
    But not for diabetics right??
    Thank you Dr Mandell! 💛

  • @DBrisky37 says:

    I had severe UC to the point where the doc wanted to remove my entire large intestine. I implemented daily pineapple among other things and it helped tremendously with healing. I am in great shape now.

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