Traditional medicine has long time ago recognized the medicinal properties of pears. But above all, first thing you need to know about pearsis that they must be eaten on an empty stomach or after heavy meals and meat. After eating pear, you must not drink water because it can cause diarrhea. On the other hand, if you suffer from constipation, pears are a great solution to this problem. Pectin in them helps to reduce cholesterol levels, especially if they are eaten unshelled and have thin and soft shell.

Baby Food:

Many doctors recommend that pears have to be one of the first fruits to be fed the baby with. While this is not scientifically proven, no one questions the fact that slurries from them are easily digested, so it is given to babies from an early age. One of the reasons that need to force slurries from them is that this fruit rarely causes allergies.


Slows down aging:

At least three servings of fruit a day reduces the risk of macular degeneration by 36%, which occurs with aging. The data published in Archives of Ophthalmology showed that these healing properties are results of vitamins A, C and E, found in pears.

Protects against diabetes:

Reduce the risk of developing diabetes type 2. The researchers found that certain types of flavonoids in the diet can improve insulin sensitivity, and special interest in this field have three groups of flavonoids that are found exactly in pears. However, the new analysis of the Nurses’ Health Study showed that the combination of apple and pear has the best effect on reducing the risk of diabetes type 2. Diabetics are advised to regularly take the juice of healthy pears 30 minutes before eating.

Reduce temperature:

For centuries, pears are used to lower the temperature. Large glass of freshly squeezed juice from pears will directly contribute the feeling of cooling.