- B Vitamins
- Vitamin C
Rich in calcium, pears reduce the risk of osteoporosis and hinder the process of rarefaction of bone tissue due to gradual demineralisation.
They also contain a large amount of boron, an ally of the brain, improving reflex readiness and the ability to store knowledge and preserve memories.
Pears also contain a lot of fibre: 2 pears are enough to cover 32% of the daily requirement.
Most of it is found in the skin, which is why eating the fruit without peeling it allows you to get all the benefits, including the cholesterol-lowering effect.
This particular virtue is due to the type of fibre known by the name of pectin
It has a high energising power, due to the presence of sugars and Vitamins B1 and B2, which promote the recovery of strength