How to Make Pineapple Water for Health?

Pineapple water is popular right now, and for good reason: it’s wonderful! Not to mention that it’s an excellent method to remain hydrated. This blog post’ll show you how to produce fresh pineapple water at home. Don’t worry, it’s very simple! Continue reading for more information.

Drinking pineapple water is a delightful way to enjoy an almost zero-calorie hydration drink because it is plain water and can be enjoyed with meals instead of soda, and it helps healthy digestion on detox days.

I adore using everything in my kitchen, and it’s a terrific way to reduce waste while getting the most flavor out of all the fresh food, so we make pineapple water, pesto sauce with carrot tops, and even watermelon rind gazpacho, and they’re all delicious!

This traditional Panamanian drink is simply fresh pineapple water. It doesn’t get any easier than this. It is known as agua de pia (also known as agua fresca in Mexico) and has excellent cleaning effects as well as Vitamin C.

We prepare a lovely arroz con pia, a chilled pineapple, and rice milk smoothie using the same process but adding rice to the mix.


There are only two components needed to make pineapple water.

  • Ripe pineapple peel (from the entire fruit) – to provide pineapple taste to the water
    Freshwater – the less water used, the stronger the pineapple flavor.
  • Extra flavorings (optional but not required):
  • Fresh ginger, star anise, cinnamon stick, cloves, or lemon are good options.

Making Pineapple Water for Weight Loss

1. Peel the pineapple.

Peel the whole pineapple and set aside the flesh to enjoy on its own, or freeze the pineapple pieces for a pineapple coconut smoothie or a strawberry pineapple smoothie.

If you intend to drink your pineapple water without adding flavoring or sweetness, leave a little flesh on the rinds to emphasize the flavor.

Alternatively, simply add one or two tiny frozen or fresh pineapple pieces to the pineapple-infused water.

2. Boil

Fill a big saucepan halfway with water and add the pineapple rind. I use roughly a half-gallon (2 liters) for a larger pineapple.

Add any additional flavorings you choose. I recommend starting with pineapple water to familiarize yourself with the flavor before experimenting with other flavorings.

For around 15 minutes, bring to a boil. The pineapple smell will transform your kitchen into a wonderful Caribbean afternoon.

3. Cooldown

Remove from the heat and allow the pineapple-infused water to cool.

4. Strain

Straining the fruit-infused water isn’t necessary because any particles descend to the bottom of the bottle, but if you want 100% clean pineapple water, strain it through a fine-mesh sieve.

5. Sweeten to taste (optional).

Although I learned as a child to drink pineapple water as a sweet drink, I now find it superfluous. The pineapple rinds will impart sweetness to the drink, so no additional sugar is required.

But I used to drink tea with sugar till about fifteen years ago.

If desired, you can sweeten the drink with a spoonful of date paste, maple syrup, agave nectar, or coconut sugar. Depending on the sweetener used, the drink will darken slightly.

6. Reserve

On hot days, I prefer to bottle the pineapple water in a large jar and drink it cooled. Serve this delightful and hydrating drink in a glass with ice cubes and the remaining boiling pineapple pieces for added fiber.

7. Variations

This fantastic dish is simple to adapt and adjust for numerous flavor variations.

8. Flavor

While the water is heating up, add star anise, fresh ginger, cloves, cinnamon sticks, lemon. Because the leaves darken with heat, you can add fresh mint leaves when the fruit-infused water is already cold.

9. Sweeter

Sweeteners of your choosing include coconut sugar, date paste, maple syrup, agave nectar, stevia leaves.

10. Another glass of wine

Arroz with Pia is a horchata (rice foundation drink) that we produce by adding half a cup of rice to boiling water. Then, combine the rinds, cinnamon, vanilla, oat milk, ice cubes, and sugar in a high-speed blender.

11. Include antioxidants.

If you want to add extra nutrients, Vitamin C, antioxidant content, and anti-inflammatory effects to your drink, infuse it with a spoonful of chia seeds overnight.

12. Increase the analgesic effect.

A spoonful of fennel seeds can be added to the boiling water. Fennel has been shown to help in pain relief. A Bangladeshi study discovered that fennel extract reduced pain symptoms to a degree comparable to aspirin.

The Advantages of Drinking Pineapple Water

1. Weight reduction

You may quickly cut calories from your daily intake by substituting this zero-calorie drink for your typical sugary drinks. If you enjoy pineapple and are looking to reduce weight, this juice could be for you.

A weight loss calculator can help you estimate how long it will take to meet your weight loss goals and set the proper calorie deficit. These calculators use your present weight, height, age, gender, exercise level, and desired weight loss rate to predict how many calories you should consume per day to meet your objectives.

2. Anti-inflammatory

Inflammation plays a role in the development of cancer. It aids in cell transformation, tumor growth, and the spread of cancer to other regions of the body.

Scientists have discovered that controlling chronic inflammation can help minimize cancer incidence as well as slow cancer progression.

Bromelain, found in pineapple, has been shown to reduce inflammatory mediators and have strong anti-inflammatory benefits in various illnesses.

3. Gastrointestinal function

According to research, pineapple peel may be a potential candidate for human intestinal function and health.

So, try this delightful Pineapple Water instead of throwing away your pineapple peels. It’s not only refreshing, but it also has all of the health benefits of drinking fresh pineapple juice. Salute to being hydrated!

If you enjoy tonics and infusions, try this anti-inflammatory powerhouse, turmeric, and ginger tea, part of our morning routine.

4. Immunity

Pineapple contains high levels of vitamin C and manganese, essential for immunological function.

5. Reduce your intake of added sugars.

Making carbonated pineapple water may help reduce the added sugar found in most sodas while still providing the effervescent experience that many people appreciate. Fruit-infused sparkling water is a delicious, low-sugar, and low-calorie alternative to soda that provides the same pleasurable fizz, making it an excellent replacement for sugary beverages.

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