Pear skin


We're often advised to consume the skins of fruits in order to be healthier. Recent studies have shown that the skin of pears (which seen under the microscope looks like in the video above) contains at least three to four times as many nutrients as the flesh. These nutrients are antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and potentially anti-cancer. The skin of the pear has also been show to contain about half of the pear's total dietary fiber.