One pear weighs about 166 grams; it provides about 98 calories and contains 25 grams of carbohydrates and 3.9 grams of fibre.
The fruit contains Vitamin C, and Vitamin K as well as the mineral copper, antioxidants that prevent oxidative damage to cells. Vitamin C also stimulates white blood cells to fight infections.
Pear fibre binds to bile salts and carries them out of the body. Bile is essential for digestion and the body will need to use up more Cholesterol to produce bile salts — thus, pears lower cholesterol levels.
In addition, the fibre protects against colon and breast cancer. Eat pears everyday, and your health will certainly improve.