Brown Pears, did you know this weightloss warrior promotes healthy elimination of fatty substances

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Brown pears and pears in general, are excellent sources of vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, C, E, K, boron, copper, quercetin, folic acid, niacin, potassium and water-soluble fiber

 Wellness

All around the world, men and women are seeking out this delightfully curvaceous fruit in the produce aisle and making it a diet regime staple due to its year-round availability, sweet deliciousness and dazzling array of health benefits.

Blood Sugar Pears have a low glycemic index value and their consumption results in a slower rise in blood sugar and insulin, making them a valuable management tool for diabetics

Bone Health Due to the pear’s internal wealth of boron, regular ingestion of the fruit may do wonders for your bone health.  Boron assists in healthy functioning of calcium and magnesium and can even slow down osteoporosis

Cancer Prevention Pears are incredibly fiber-rich and that fiber may aid in the prevention of colon cancer due, in part, to its effectiveness in waste removal. The hydroxycinnamic acid in pears may also prevent stomach and lung cancer.  Vitamin C, vitamin K, copper and the important flavonoid quercetin are all potent antioxidants which fight against cell-harming free radicals

Fitness The pear’s rich composition of vitamin C assists in maintaining a normalized metabolism, and its high concentration of fructose and glucose means quick energy for your workouts

 Heart Health Quercetin is a potent antioxidant inherent in the pear that can stave off heart-disease-causing artery damage.  Brown pears are also rich in heart-friendly pectin, potassium and vitamin K.  Pectin is a type of water-soluble fiber that helps eliminate fatty substances in the digestive tract which can result in lower cholesterol levels  Potassium can also help lower blood pressure.  Vitamin K is said to assist in blood clotting

Immune System Due to the pear’s wonderful wealth of antioxidants, it can boost your immune system and serve as a terrific preventive measure.  Vitamin C stimulates white blood cells to fight infections and viruses.  And the pear’s remarkable cooling effects have been known to soothe sore throats and vocal cords and bring down high temps and fevers

Inflammation  Pears can also appease inflammation and are helpful in treating membrane afflictions, arthritis, colitis and gout

Beauty

Tissue Repair   Vitamin C aids in tissue repair

 

Weightloss

High Fiber pectin in brown pears is a little weight loss warrior.  This water-soluble fiber actually promotes healthy elimination of fatty substances.  The high amount of fiber in pears will make you feel full and satisfied for a minimal amount of calories and no guilt

Cooking

Brown pears are delicious eaten raw or cooked.  Try to leave the skin on, if you can, for maximum health benefits

Slice a pear into your favorite healthy cereal, snack yoghurt or gourmet salad

You can poach them in wine or make a simple yet luscious pear bake with brown sugar or a fantastic cherub

Chargrill on the Bbq serve with caremilised honey and marscapone

Pear juice is a wonderful way to cool down in the summer and there are also several supremely tasty pear-distilled liqueurs out there for sampling at your next cocktail or dinner party

 

“Plant pears for your heirs.” ~ English proverb

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3 thoughts on “Brown Pears, did you know this weightloss warrior promotes healthy elimination of fatty substances

  1. Hi Cass, just read your blog and wanted to leave a comment, but the comment box has gone from the bottom. I thought you may like to know. Hope you are having FAB time xxx

    Health and Happiness

    Tracey Carmichael

    Happy Mind Formula

  2. Pingback: #Top 11 #Health #Benefits of the #Winter #Fruit #Pear: #Gluten #Free Pear #Tart #Recipe | Life Balance Health Coach

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