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Importance of a Healthy Diet

Putting the right foods into our bodies is a daily struggle. Fast food drive-throughs and all-you-can-eat buffets lurk on every corner. Fat, salt, and sugar have been added to almost every package on the shelf at the supermarket. Grabbing a bag of chips or a can of soft drink is certainly a lot easier than peeling an orange or tossing a salad.

You've heard it all your life: "Eat more fruits and vegetables." Now, medical science is telling you too. Knowing is easy. It's doing it that's hard. People often turn to vitamins and other nutritional supplements to improve their diets. Unfortunately, vitamins alone can't begin to replicate the thousands of different nutrients found in fresh fruits and vegetables.

You see, Australians don't suffer from a vitamin deficiency; we suffer from a whole food deficiency. This deficiency affects the young and old alike. Click here to learn more about the Juice Plus+® Children's Health Study.

Juice Plus+ can help you fill that hole in your diet through whole food based nutrition.

How do I get more nutrients from fruits and vegetables in my diet?


The Australian Government recommends 2 servings of fruit and 5 servings of vegetables every day. That takes time and planning! Clinically proven, Juice Plus+® is a whole food based nutritional product which contains concentrated raw juice powder from 17 different fruits, vegetables and grains, plus an array of natural anti-oxidants, phytochemicals and fibres. Juice Plus+® helps you bridge the gap between the nutrition you actually get, and the nutrition you need.

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Dr. Paul Stricker is a private-practice pediatrician and sports medicine specialist at Scripps Clinic in San Diego, California. He believes that kids need proper nutrition to aid athletic performance. He stresses how critical it is for young athletes to add nutrients from whole foods to traditional sports nutrition in order to provide adequate energy for exercise and maintain a healthy immune system. 

Did you know?

The best way to reduce your risk of healt related problems is to eat a healthy diet. Almost every day, another research study  or news story touts the importance of our dietary choices − especially the benefits of eating more fruits and vegetables.

The message is clear: we need more fruits and vegetables and other whole food-based nutrition in our diets every day. It's the one thing everyone agrees we can do to improve our health and reduce our risk of health related problems around the world,