is notable for its nutritional value, which, in combination with a fairly small calorie (per 100g contains about 50kkal) making it one of the most desirable and beneficial fruits.
Pear contains the following vitamins: A, C, PP, A, Group B, and nutrients such as trace elements and folic acid, pectin, sulfur, potassium, phosphorus, zinc, iron, copper, cobalt, and contains cellulose and tannin.
Pear strengthens the immune system and supports the protective reaction of the body, fights infections, relieves inflammation, and even helps with depression. These useful properties present in it due to the content of essential oils.
Pears are beneficial to digestion and the metabolism of organic acids due to their constituent. Pear also has a positive effect on the kidneys and liver.
Vitamin C present in fruits, provides elasticity of blood vessels. Vitamin K – reduces the excess calcium in the blood and prevents atherosclerosis. B9 (folic acid) – participates in the process of hematopoiesis. Fiber – lowers bad cholesterol, normalize intestinal microflora, prevents gallstones, gives a feeling of satiety. Sulphur – good for the skin, bones and hair.
To the heart muscle is working well and good, we need potassium, which in large amounts in pears. He also useful for cell regeneration!
After eating of 100 g pears, you will provide the recommended daily norm cobalt, which is useful for thyroid gland, helps the kidneys excrete excess water, is involved in the formation of hemoglobin and iron absorption!
Broth and stewed dried pears are not only delicious, but also extremely useful. They contain tannins – substances with astringent effect, which is useful for intestinal disorders, especially in children. At the same time, if you eat a few boiled pear compote, it will help with such troubles like constipation. Pear compote also useful in inflammatory diseases of the urinary tract, increasing urine output. And I was thinking that cooking fruits kill their good benefits!
Essential oils contained in pears, increase the body’s defenses, anti-inflammatory effect.
In folk medicine, pear has long used as a means of prostatitis.
Caloric pears – 47 kcal.
Pear Nutrition Facts: proteins – 0.4 g,
fat – 0.3 g,
carbohydrates – 10.3 g
Pear began to grow in China even a thousand years before our era. Mention of pear found in ancient Chinese poems. Loved and knew how to grow pears and Greeks – one of the peninsulas (Peloponnese) at the time was even called “The Land of pears.”
Pears categorically not have an empty stomach! And after you’ve eaten fresh pear, in any case you can not drink water, eat meat, and other junk food.
♥ Pear smoothie:
Put in a blender chopped pitted pear, basil and vanilla sugar, pour almond syrup, cherry juice and milk. Whisk, pour into a chilled highball glass. Add crushed ice. Garnish with a cherry and pear. Wow!