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Turmeric and Pineapple - Nature's Natural Anti-Inflammatory

By Daryl H. Bryant (27 words)
Posted in MS Friendly Dessert Recipe on September 3, 2013

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Turmeric and Pineapple - Nature's Natural Anti-Inflammatory

Original Recipe Yield 2 Servings


  • 2 cups fresh pineapple
  • 1 t turmeric


  1. Slice or cube pineapple. Sprinkle turmeric over pineapple and mix together.
  2. Chill in refrigerator for 20 minutes and serve.

Comments (13)

Robert Bowers posted on: June 1, 2014

S or not I would find it difficult to add anything to fresh pineapple. What does the turmeric do for this dish?

Journeyintopoetry posted on: June 1, 2014

Does t stand for teaspoon in this recipe please?

Santiago posted on: June 1, 2014

Should this be titled -natural anti-inflammatory?

Scott posted on: June 1, 2014

Tumeric is a natural anti inflammatory, it is kind of like a chili pepper but its not spicy its warm kinda like a heating pad. Its used a lot in Indian and middle eastern cooking. It's a root like ginger and orange in color. Also, be careful with the amount of pineapple you eat if you are a diabetic because the pineapple is heavy in sugars.

Scott posted on: June 1, 2014

Journey Yes t = teaspoon T or Tbl.= Tablespoon.

Santiago yes you're right

Lynn posted on: June 1, 2014

I make a paste of turmeric, cinnamon and ginger and add to a cup of milk in the evenings for greater energy and reduced inflammation. This recipe with the pineapple sounds like another great way to get my turmeric!

Daryl posted on: June 1, 2014

Santiago, good catch... so embarrassing! Thank you.

Scott - great description, thanks for providing.

jennifer posted on: June 1, 2014

Trying this now...With frozen pineapple

Leslie posted on: June 1, 2014

In addition to everyone's comments on Tumeric, it is also good to help our bodies from developing cancer which is a hugh epidemic in the world today.

Donna Donnellan posted on: June 1, 2014

Have to tell you, I swear by turmeric. It IS an anti-inflammatory. For one year, had the worse arthritis pain in my knee. My brother recommended trying it, and instead of the spice that you have spread on foods, I found the over the counter tablet by NATURE MADE (in the vitamin section at CVS/Walgreens). 1 tablet a day. I would never miss a day! I am PAIN FREE for almost one year now.

Helen posted on: December 7, 2014

It is a well known anti-inflammatory. I put it in every meat or chicken dish. And yes it is pain relieving. I prefer to use the real spice -I now buy it by the kilo! But have tablets too when not cooking with it - rare.

Sara posted on: May 24, 2015

I have used turmeric daily for about 15 years until recently. Changes in my life have caused a slacking in caring for myself as I did. Last summer a doctor told me that I had no change in my MRI since 2002 and would not need another. Lately, I haven't felt well. Of course! MS fatigue. Turmeric here I come -again!

Darci posted on: May 24, 2015

Lynn- how much of each do you use to make your paste? If you don't mind sharing please

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