The high fiber content of pear helps decrease the risk of heart disease and the regulation of intestinal transit. The soluble fibers contained in pear delay absorption of glucose in the small intestine, allowing better control of blood glucose.
This is a fruit which is rich in monounsaturated fat, also called ‘good’ fats. A study has shown that avocado has a real impact on reducing blood lipids. This helps prevent the risk of cardiovascular diseases that are 2 to 3 times higher in a person with diabetes.