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The pear is a sweet fruit that is said to be related to the apple. The very shape of a pear speaks of its luscious nature. When ripe and ready to eat, the pear has a honeyed flavor and beckoning perfume that bewitch your senses. They have no cholesterol, sodium, or saturated fat. They offer a natural, quick source of energy, due largely to high amounts of two monosaccharides: fructose and glucose, plus levulose, the sweetest of known natural sugars, found to a greater extent in fresh pears than in any other fruit. A pear is a nutrient dense food, providing more nutrients per calorie, than calories per nutrient. Carbohydrates make up 98% of the energy provided by a pear, and carbohydrates are helpful in weight reduction diets because they contain half as many calories as fat.
They’re very tasty and they have a very good texture. Bigger than soda, candy and ice cream. People generally don’t take one or two chips. They have a whole bag. It’s the biggest demon behind that pound-a-year weight creep that plagues many Americans, a major diet study found.
And the reason is partly that old advertising cliche: You can’t eat just one.
There are many health benefits of eating meat, for example, it serves as a fabulous source of high quality proteins, which a single vegetarian food is not able to provide. It contains all the essential amino acids that the body requires.
The red meat contains very high quantities of iron, when compared with plant origin foods. 100 grams of liver contains 6000 mcgm of iron as against 325 mcgm in 100-gram carrots.