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angeltripping

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Hi guys
I found a pear juice concentrate but it this suitable with a IC sufferers lifestyle diet change???
It is organic..if that helps.
Peace and love
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Hi,

Is it the one by Meridian foods?  I drink that, and haven't had any problem with it.  It's better for me than bottled pure pear juice, which always seems to have either citric acid, vitamin C or apple juice added.

Best of all, of course, is if you can find somewhere that does freshly squeezed pear juice - heaven!

Sandra.
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Lovely thanks I will have a closer look.
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SandraB you have just given me an idea, a juicer - one could make perfect additive free juice no worries.


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Mmm... Lovely idea, but I have visions of me splattering the kitchen with beetroot pulp...  A bit like a scene from a slasher movie.

If you do get one, my top tip is beetroot, carrot and pear.  It sounds improbable I know, but ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS!!  There's a great wholefood shop/cafe near the British Museum in London which does fantastic fruit and veg juices; this is my favourite.
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Sandra - you are meant to put the lid on the juicer first


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Pears have 26 net grams of carbs. The carbohydrates in a pear are low on the glycemic index and have a low glycemic load. This basically means that the carbs in pears are slow to convert to sugar and enter the bloodstream. Pears are a good choice for getting healthy carbs.
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I don't use pear juice more, so I don't know more about its benefits.
I mostly take apple. orange, grapefruit, carrot, and grapes juices.
These juices are very beneficial for our health and fitness and help a lot to get rid of various diseases.
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all those juices you suggest Paul are healthy but not for someone with ic.  They would kill me!!

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They do say that pears are not actually too bad for IC, but as with all food/drink, each person with the condition has their own food they can or cant have.  I personally find pears to be not too bad.


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