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Jay’s Holiday Dozen Day Six Evening Regulator

This is Day Six of 12 consecutive posts with Jay demonstrating how to make each juice recipe. Also included is nutrition and research information to compliment Jay’s choice of fruit and/or vegetable drinks.  Happy Holidays from all of us at

Day Six –  Pear & Apple Evening Regulator

We usually do not think of pears as one of the most nutritious of fruits, when in fact pears pack quite a punch when it comes to nutrient content as well as great taste. As far as juice recipes are concerned, pears are a great neutral sweetener for many combinations, especially for almond milks.

Pears have been shown in recent studies to improve insulin sensitivity in women, attributed to certain groups of flavonoids. Intake of these groups has been associated with decreased risk of type 2 diabetes in both women and men. The new analysis of the Nurses’ Health Study shows that among all fruits and vegetables when studied for their flavonoid content, apples and pears had the most consistent ability to lower diabetes risk.

Phytonutrients are where pears really stand out. The Baltimore Longitudinal Study on Aging with over 1600 people ages 62-69 years has shown apple/pear combo to have the second highest level of flavonols of all fruits and vegetables. This provides us with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits.

Jay calls his Pear-Apple combo the Evening Regulator because pears and apples contain large amounts of pectin to keep your digestive system moving. Here’s the recipe:
1- Pear
2- Apples

Watch Jay make this great tasting combo:


Walnut milk with Pear juice

Linda Kordich makes a nutritious and delicious nut milk recipe, “Walnut milk with Pear”.
This drink is very beneficial to your health with anti-inflammatory properties
and it’s high in Omega 3 and Magnesium.  Here’s the recipe:

- 2 cups walnuts
- soak nuts overnight
- drain soaking water
- add 1 to 2 cups water while making the nut milk, depending on how thick
you like it.
- Add one pear, cut up.