Fitness Challenge

We all know that nutrition and exercise are both important parts of a healthy lifestyle.  That’s why, from a nutrition standpoint, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Dietary Guidelines at www.MyPyramid.gov recommend that adults eat 7 to 13 servings of fruits and vegetables every day, depending on age, gender and level of physical activity.

Dr. David Phillips, MD, Chief Medical Advisor for Athletic Training Services, LLC in Atlanta says, “Eating more fruits and vegetables and engaging in a regular exercise program have both been shown to promote better health and longevity. I can’t stress enough the critical role that the thousands of phytonutrients found in fruits and vegetables play in helping protect our bodies from oxidative stress and free radical damage – not only as part of normal metabolism, but especially during exercise. 

As both a physician and an Ironman Triathlete, I understand the importance of good nutrition from both a medical and a practical perspective. I recommend Juice Plus+ to everyone, regardless of their level of physical activity. Juice Plus+ helps ensure that we are giving our bodies nutrition from the best sources of micronutrients – nutrition that is essential in helping protect us from the damaging effects of oxidative stress." Join the Juice Plus+ Fitness Effect Today!

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