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Good Reasons Why You Need to Include Pears Into Your Daily Routine

Heidi Kristoffer, December 17, 2015
A study published in Nutrition and Food Science showed those who eat pears are less likely to be obese. According to the study, people who ate pears were 35% less likely to be obese as just one pear can fills people with rich fiber and just under 100 calories.

The pear truth: 7 reasons to eat more pears

When it comes to health foods, you hardly ever hear about pears. More often than not, there is more information about prickly pears (or Opunti; paddle cactus) than there is about the actual pear from the Pyrus genus. While pears are rarely discussed, they do offer a plethora of amazing health benefits like decreasing your chance of heart disease, decreasing your chance of stroke, helping increase your immune system and many more. Here are seven amazing health benefits of the wonderfully delicious pear.

Diet Rich In Apples and Pears may LowerStroke Risks by 52%

A well-balanced diet loaded with fresh fruit and vegetables is good for your health, providing a wealth of health benefits. Eating fruit and veggies can even reduce the risk of developing a chronic disease. Research indicates that eating white, fleshy fruits such as apples and pears could also reduce the risk of having a stroke significantly.