Organic Red Starkrimson 2pcs USA
Qtee pear has an intense speckled red blush over a pale green or pale-yellow background and the pear can be eaten in a hard or soft condition depending on preference and has good sweetness and a very pleasant flavour.
Diverticulitis?is when bulging sacs in the lining of the large intestine become infected or inflamed. High fiber diets are thought to?decrease the frequency?of flare-ups of diverticulitis by absorbing water in the colon and making bowel movements easier to pass. Eating a healthful diet including plenty of fruit, vegetables, and fiber can reduce pressure and?inflammation?in the colon.
Although the exact cause of diverticular disease is still unknown, it has repeatedly been associated with a low?fiber?diet.
Fruits and vegetables that are high in fiber help keep you feeling fuller for longer and are also low in calories. Increased fiber intake has been associated with?enhanced weight loss?for obese individuals.
Cardiovascular disease and cholesterol
Increased fiber intake has also been shown to lower?cholesterol?levels. A review of 67 separate controlled trials found that even a modest?10-gram per day?increase in fiber intake reduced LDL (low-density lipoprotein or “bad” cholesterol) and total cholesterol.
A high-fiber diet is associated with a?lower risk?of developing diabetes and more stable blood sugar levels in people with diabetes.
The fiber content in pears prevents?constipation?and promotes regularity for a healthy digestive tract.
Regular, adequate bowel movements are crucial for the daily excretion of toxins through the bile and stool. Pears are approximately 84 percent water, which helps keep stools soft and flush the digestive system of toxins.
Fighting free radicals
Pears contain high levels of?antioxidants, including?vitamin?C and K, and?copper. These chemicals mop up free radicals, protecting our cells from the damage they can cause.
Product of France
Produce Certified by EU Organic
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