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March is National Nutrition Month

Time for spring cleaning some old food habits and eating more fruits and vegetables!
As many of you know, I’ve been doing independent nutrition study for the last few years.  From all my research, the one fundamental that is consistent in disease prevention, feeding children, optimizing athletic performance, and protecting DNA is eating the 7-13 servings of fruits and vegetables the USDA recommends.  Remember when eating five servings a day was an achievement?!?
The phytonutrients from fruits and vegetables are vital.  We should be eating kale, beets, broccoli, cranberries, and mangoes every day.  Such a simple idea, but challenging in reality.  I have found a product that helps the kids, Tim, and I get all these foods in our bodies if we fall short.

Juice Plus is 17 fruits and vegetables harvested at the peak of ripeness, cleaned thoroughly, juiced, and encapsulated for adults.  For children there are tasty chewables.  Juice Plus is not a vitamin.  It is actual fruits and vegetables that are absorbed into the blood stream.  Bioavailable to you.
Here is a website listing the research on Juice Plus completed at major universities world wide and published in peer-reviewed scientific journals.  There is a quick video with Dr. William Sears and many other nationally known physicians describing the imperative of eating whole foods and recommending Juice Plus.  I look at Juice Plus as a safety net and peace of mind- the next best thing to fruits and vegetables.


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