1. For weaning children. Pear is hypoallergenic and a low acidic fruit. So it doesn’t create any digestion related problems. This fruit can be peeled, heated, and then pureed. The peel also can be fed, but it is very important to take care that it doesn’t have any harsh edges that can hurt children. Pears should not be given to children with diarrhea.
2. Pears help to prevent gallbladder problems, colitis, arthritis and gout if taken regularly.
3. Pears help in controlling the blood pressure.
4. Pears help in curing fever easily with its cooling effects.
5. One of the best benefits of pears include the presence of fiber, which reduces the cholesterol in the body and thereby protects us from heart diseases. Daily intake of fiber rich food like pears can reduce the risk of stroke by up to 50%.
6. Pears have anti-inflammation properties which help to reduce inflammation of arthritis and other such problems.
7. Pears prevent throat problems during summers. So it is good to take a pear a day or a glass of its juice will do the work. To get all the benefits of pears, take them regularly during these hot summer days.
8. The high content of fiber present in pears binds to the carcinogenic cells by removing them and prevents colon cancer. A pear a day can prevent breast cancer by up to 34% in women after menopause.
9. Pears, when compared with other fruits, have less chance of allergenic reactions when eaten and thus are one of the few fruits that can be given to infants.
10. Even though it is slightly sweet, with low glycerin index and high fiber content pears helps in controlling the sugar levels in the blood and prevents diabetes.