Pears are awesome, one of the many ways nature nurtures us in a tasty way. If you have never tried a pear, or you have forgotten what it’s like to eat one, a pear can taste sweet or a little sour, be cold in nature, and is non-toxic. It can stop coughing, moisten the lungs, and keep the heart calm; it is anti-inflammatory, and helps to remove phlegm and alcohol poisoning. Pear contains sufficient water, glucose, sucrose, and vitamins A, B, C, D, E, and also provides cellulose and calcium, phosphorus, iron, iodine, potassium, and other trace elements. There is a certain amount of protein, fat, carotene, vitamins B1, B2, and malic acid. However, one should chew slowly in order to obtain the desired effect.
Experts advise that when people have a cold, a weakened spleen, or are pregnant, they should be cautious about eating pears.
According to South Korean researchers, the human body can discharge a lot of carcinogenic substances by eating a pear, or drinking a cup of hot pear juice after a meal. Nowadays, people love to eat grilled food, so it is recommend to follow up with eating a pear.
9 major benefits of drinking pear juice in winter
1. It moistens the lungs, eliminates coughing and phlegm, maintains blood cells, and nourishes muscles.
2. It improves gastrointestinal peristalsis.
3. It protects the liver—good for alcohol drinkers.
4. It lowers blood pressure—benefits people suffering from heart disease, hepatitis, and cirrhosis.
5. It helps the kidneys to excrete uric acid—can help prevent gout, rheumatism, and arthritis.
6. It promotes appetite and aids digestion.
7. In dry climates, when people are often afflicted by itchy skin, a dry mouth and nose, and a dry cough with little phlegm, drinking pear juice can relieve these symptoms.
8. It relieves throat irritation—particularly good for smokers.
9. It contains adequate water—really good for the elderly, who can forget to drink water.
Translated research by Felice, Aizhu, Monica.