Sweet pear

Pear is rich in nutrients and nutritional value. It is used in many diets for
weight loss, improves digestion, contributes to better heart function, reduces the possibility of osteoporosis and contains many minerals and vitamins, potassium, vitamin C, K, phenolic compounds, dietary fiber, vitamin B complex…

Sweet pear strengthens the heart, and its seeds help with stomach diseases and strengthen the stomach. This fruit also reduces bile secretion, quenches thirst, and stops vomiting. It originates from West Asia, its history is three thousand years long. However, there are opinions that she is even older. Until the 18th century, it did not have the soft and juicy meat for which it is known today, but since then, great attention has been paid to the cultivation of pears. There are 1000 varieties of this fruit, and each is different in shape, size, color, taste. Europe is considered the leader in the production of this sweet fruit.

What are the benefits of pear? This sweet fruit strengthens blood vessels, affects
suppression of inflammatory processes; normalization of thyroid functions, digestive processes. It also removes puffiness and improves heart function. Pear removes toxins from the body, and due to its natural antioxidant in the composition of arbutin, it reduces body temperature.

Excellent compotes are made from pears in kitchens all over the world, they are also used to make jams, fillings for pies, cakes. It is also used to make candied fruit, while beverages are prepared from this dried fruit. Fresh fruits are used by many people to make liqueurs and wines. Pear has a characteristic aroma and is therefore used to flavor dishes and drinks.

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