The most popular fruit in India, pineapple, is the world’s largest fruit.
But it is also known for its role in cancer.
A 2015 study by the University of Michigan’s Institute of Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources (IFAOR) found that pineapple juice was an effective cancer prevention agent.
Researchers found that people with type 1 diabetes and those who ate a diet rich in pineapple had a 25 percent lower risk of dying from cancer, compared with people who did not eat pineapple, according the journal Nature.
But the research is not conclusive, and many people are not aware of pineapple’s cancer-fighting properties.
So in the quest to find out more, IFAOR conducted an investigation into the fruit.
In its 2014 report, IFFOR found that more than two dozen studies in the past two decades have shown pineapple’s health benefits, and researchers have tried to prove that it can prevent certain types of cancer.
But pineapple has not been studied in a controlled, randomized trial to date.
In fact, the FDA has not approved pineapple juice in a clinical setting.
In the past, fruit juice manufacturers have made claims of its anti-cancer properties.
But as pineapple has become more popular, researchers have started looking into its health benefits.
The International Fruit and Vegetable Association (IFVCA) is the international body that represents the fruit industry.
Its chief scientific officer, Mark DeFries, told The Wall St. Journal that the association was “very interested” in pineapple’s potential benefits.
IFFO said it was not yet able to comment on whether it would support a clinical trial of pineapple juice.
But IFFCAS director of research, Dr. Peter Gellatly, said that researchers were interested in exploring whether pineapple juice could prevent certain cancers, including pancreatic cancer, liver cancer, breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and prostate cancer.
The association said it would work with pineapple growers to develop and conduct a trial.
If pineapple juice can prevent cancers, Gellas also said, then it might be a promising new treatment.
The IFA has been researching pineapple since 2001.
According to the report, pineapple is a member of the citrus family and the worlds most widely grown fruit.
It is grown in tropical regions of South America and the Caribbean.
IFA said the fruit is considered a member for its natural protective properties and its ability to absorb nutrients, including vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
According a 2016 report by the International Federation of Fruit and Fruit Growers, pineapple has been found to reduce the risk of colon cancer by 45 percent, bladder cancer by 20 percent, pancreatic carcinoma by 23 percent, ovarian carcinoma, melanoma and prostate carcinoma in men by 15 percent, breast and colon cancer in women by 25 percent and lung cancer in men in women and men by 40 percent.
The fruit also has been shown to reduce prostate cancer in both men and women.
And while pineapple juice is known to contain vitamin A, which is considered beneficial for some cancers, it is not well known whether it has any anti-inflammatory effects, according IFA.
The study was published in the International Journal of Cancer.
The results are not conclusive.
But according to Gellato, the IFA was interested in looking into pineapple because it is “one of the only foods that people in India and in the United States eat a lot of.”
The fruit is eaten raw, with the peel removed.
The researchers looked at data from a large study that looked at the consumption of pineapple and related fruits.
According the study, between 2004 and 2013, people in the study had a mean of 20.9 cups of pineapple per day.
But researchers said they were surprised by the low amount of pineapple consumed.
Researchers said the study showed that people who ate pineapple at a low amount were less likely to be obese or have high blood pressure.
According for the study published in The Lancet, researchers from Harvard Medical School in Boston looked at 9,000 people from the United Kingdom, United States, Spain, Canada, and Australia.
They were asked about the consumption and intake of fruit and other foods, including pineapple, between 2005 and 2010.
The participants also answered questions about their health and lifestyle.
The authors said the participants in the Australian study “consume more fruit and vegetables than people in many countries,” but they were also less likely than others to be overweight or obese.
And, of the people who consumed a lot more pineapple, “only about a third were overweight or moderately obese,” according to The Lancet.
“People in the Netherlands, Sweden and Italy ate the most fruits and vegetables and ate a higher proportion of red fruit and sweet vegetables than the average population in the countries.”
But the researchers said the low intake of pineapple was likely due to the fact that the study participants were very young.
“Many of them are at high risk for chronic disease and other health conditions and so consume a lot less fruit and produce,”