Do you know that in cold you must eat pears?
Autumn is filled with colors, scents, and flavors. One of the most commonly consumed autumn fruits is pears. Today in our section “Did you know …?” We will share some interesting facts about pears.
Do you know that the US is one of the largest producers of pears in the world?
One medium pear contains about 100 calories and 6 grams of fiber.
Pears are one of the fruits cultivated by humans since ancient times.
Do you know that pear trees are often used to make musical instruments and furniture?
In China, pears are called “Ya” and are considered a symbol of immortality. Long before tobacco to reach Europe, people have smoked pear leaves.
Pear is a good source of minerals like copper, iron, potassium, manganese, magnesium, and vitamins of group B.
Pears are considered fruits that are less allergenic.
Did you know … in ancient Greece pears were used as a remedy for nausea?
Eating pears are recommended for patients suffering from anemia.
Fruits contribute to the synthesis of red blood cells.
Pears are from the Rosaceae family.
Did you know that around the world there are over 3,000 varieties of pears?
There is historical evidence that Asian pears have been cultivated in China as early as 1130s BC.
Did you know that during a cold or flu is good to eat pears? They are rich in vitamin C and enhance immunity.
It is believed that antioxidants contained in these fruits can reduce the risk of developing different types of cancer such as colon, breast, and rectum.