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Written By Admin on Tuesday, May 3, 2016 | 8:01:00 AM

Nutritionists recommend pears as an extremely healthy food and the great Greek poet Homer called it “gift of the gods.”

But even though this fruit is at the top of the list of healthiest fruits, they are far from popular. However, once you read about how excellent and healthy they are, you might start to consume more of them.
Pears are healthy for the heart
Heart diseases are the biggest cause of death in the world. Only one pear per day can protect you from stroke and heart attack. Pears are rich in fibers that help the heart stay healthy, but also lower blood pressure and normalize levels of bad cholesterol.
Pears increase energy and positively affect the brain
Only half a pear contains 15% of the daily recommended dose of copper, a mineral that helps maintain the health of the nervous system, which also increases mental strength. They are an excellent source of fructose and glucose that help us maintain energy throughout the day. If you have a morning habit of drinking smoothie, then make sure the peat is an integral part of it.
Pears help in controlling diabetes
Pears have a low glycemic index, and thus prevent high level of sugar in the blood and provide glucose control. This fruit is also great for regulating body weight, they are low in calorie and rich in nutrients that accelerate the process of weight loss and stimulate immunity.
Pears are great for the eyes
They contain antioxidants and vitamins and are among the best foods that protect the eyes. Some research has shown that regular consumption of pears will significantly reduce the risk of senile macular degeneration.
Due to the high concentration of fiber, pears assist in preventing the formation of various types of cancer, including cancer of the colon and breast cancer. Pears are rich in antioxidants that protect cells from free radicals and contain hydroxycinnamic acid prevents lungs cancer and stomach cancer.