Fantastic Fertility Juice with Pear, Cantaloupe, Sweet Potato
3 hard pears
1 sweet potato
A delightful surprise to husbands and their wives is the increased vitality of sexuality. Sex is to be enjoyed, giving fulfillment to the sacred bond of marriage. Juice fasting can bring back the long-forgotten sparks. After an exciting night, one woman responded to her 65-year-old husband, “Honey you should fast more often!”
When pears are perfectly ripe—not too soft and not too firm, they are the most delicious of fruits. The juice from a pear is thick and sweet and can be diluted with apple juice. They are high in thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, and folic acid, which help establish a healthy cardiovascular system. They are also a good source of vitamin C, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, and minerals. Levulose is the fruit sugar in pears easily tolerated by diabetics. Pears are higher in pectin than apples, which encourages regularity. Common varieties are Bartlett, Bosc, Anjou and Comice. The sweetest and juiciest are the Bartletts, with their bright yellow skin. Bartletts are available from summer to fall.
Look for slightly soft flesh around the stem area. For juicing, a firmer pear is desirable, so that it will not clog the juicer. Firm pears can be ripened on the counter in a couple of days. Keep juicing pears in the refrigerator.
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