Pear, like other fruits, has many beneficial properties. The fruit is used for cosmetic and medical purposes. What is the use of pear and to whom fruit is contraindicated, read on.
Benefits of the pear.
Pear fruits contain sugars (glucose, fructose, sucrose), vitamins A, B1, B2, E, P, PP, C, carotene, folic acid, catechins, nitrogenous substances. Since pear fructose contains more than glucose (and, as you know, fructose does not require insulin for assimilation in the body), this fruit is useful in case of pancreatic dysfunction. Therefore, fresh and dried pears , as well as drinks from them are included in diets for obesity and diabetes.
A pear is very good for the heart in general and for heart rhythm disorders in particular. This is due to the fact that the pear contains a lot of potassium , which means that it has alkaline properties that have a beneficial effect on the work of the heart. Pear fruit contains unique biologically active substances , which can increase the body’s defenses, resist infectious diseases , have anti-inflammatory effects and even fight depression.
Organic acids pear fruit enhance digestion processes , improve metabolism, stimulate liver and kidney activity. These acids also have a antimicrobial effect . Pears are indicated for dizziness, fatigue , increased heart rate associated with high physical exertion, they are useful for speedy wound healing and increase appetite. Pears have a lot of folic acid , which is important for children, pregnant women and those who care about the problem of blood formation.