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If you’re a Baby Boomer trying to delay the effects of aging, or a senior struggling to remain self-sufficient, you’re not alone! Millions of Americans now turn to healthy eating and physical activity to bolster their well-being as the years creep along.
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With winter in full swing, colds and flus aren’t far behind! But here’s some good news–eating a healthy diet can help strengthen your immune system to ward off illness. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics recommends these nutrients and foods: Protein: helps the body defend itself. Sources: eggs, soy, unsalted seeds and nuts, lean meats, […]Read More
"We should all be eating fruits and vegetables as if our lives depend on it–because they do."
- Michael Greger, MD
Today, Americans are downright unhealthy! Luckily, experts agree that most chronic diseases–everything from Alzheimer’s and diabetes to cancer and heart disease–are preventable with good nutrition. Yet 90% of us don't eat enough fruits and vegetables each day, and 70% of Americans try to fill the gaps in their nutritional intake with multivitamins (even though studies show these isolated nutrients do not lead to better health nor do they prevent disease).
The truth is, we’re not suffering from a vitamin deficiency, we’re suffering from a whole-food deficiency! And people are starting to realize the benefit that making one simple change to their eating habits can make.
Independent clinical research show Juice Plus+ supports the function of the immune system.
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