Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Juice PLUS+ and Sports

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by Morley Evans

Exercise is good for us. Yes, of course! However, all athletes (and the parents of young athletes) need to understand the negative effects of exercise, and how to combat them through nutrition.
Juice Plus +Only one nutritional supplement has been clinically proven to do this: Juice Plus+. This is whyJuice Plus+ is the official nutritional support for the German, Swiss and Austrian teams training for the 2012 Olympics in London, as well as many other olympic and world class athletes around the world.

Juice Plus+ is the most thoroughly clinically studied and proven nutritional product in history, and has been tested on elite athletes in several different environments.
Two published articles, published in the Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise and the Journal of Nutrition, documented an in-depth study of 41 highly trained men (Austrian special forces, the 'Cobras') consuming Juice Plus+ for 28 weeks. Juice Plus+ was shown to completely nullify the oxidative stress experienced by these men while exercising to Vo2max80: Juice Plus+ Reduces Oxidative Stress in Elite Athletes.

One study demonstrated the effectiveness of Juice Plus+ on muscle function and oxidative stress in response to an acute bout of eccentric exercise: Eccentric Exercise and Juice Plus+.

In each of these studies, the all-important training effect was supported by Juice Plus+ while dramatically reducing the exercise-induced oxidative stress.

This article explains in more detail why nutrition is so important in sports: The Juice Plus+ in the Endurance Athlete (by David B. Phillips, M.D., Ironman Triathlete).

Juice Plus+ is worth serious consideration by all athletes and the parents of young athletes. These parents should take advantage of the Juice Plus+ Children's Health Study to provide Juice Plus+ free to their son/daughter for up to 3 years (as long as a parent or grandparent is a paying sponsor).

Official Juice Plus+ Video with Dr. David Phillips, M.D.

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