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Additional tests found other ways pears could benefit your heath:
Include pears in your menu year-round and eat the skin and the pulp to get the most nutrient-bang for your buck. Raw or cooked pears are delicious in both savory meals and sweet snacks. Combine the tastes of summer and fall with our Roasted Pear and Parsnip Salad, made with pear, walnuts, pomegranate seeds and DOLE® Chopped Summer Garden Blend.
BONUS: A 2013 study by Italian, U.S. and Greek researchers suggests an 18% reduced risk for developing diabetes if your diet resembles that of a low-GI version of the Mediterranean diet. “Go Mediterranean” by upping your fruit and vegetable consumption, getting most of your protein from fish and legumes and getting most of your fat from healthy sources like olive oil.
Published August 1, 2015
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