Fruits improve the function of the liver and thyroid gland.
From French and old writings we learn that they were invariably present at the table of the rich Romans. Pears, figuratively speaking, are a healthy cocktail of organic acids and useful trace elements - iron, copper, zinc.
Pear helps to remove heavy metals and toxins from the body. It contains a lot of insoluble cellulose, which normalizes the work of the intestine.
The special charm of the pear is given by the essential substances contained in it. They determine its pleasant, specific taste and smell.
The fact that pears are rich in sugars, pectin, vitamins and minerals, makes them extremely useful in the processes of excretion of uric acid from the body.
Pears are recommended for gout.
In addition, they calm the nervous system and relieve the activity of endocrine glands. Normalize blood pressure, "purify" the blood and kidneys.
Nutritionists include them in the diet for various diseases: inflammation of the respiratory tract, anemia, tuberculosis, general weakness, conditions of recovery after a serious illness, etc.
In dried form, pears are very valuable. They are rich in many sugars and like raisins, dried cherries, dried apples and other dried fruits provide the human body with significant amounts of energy.