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Concussion & Nutrition Series

When you visualize concussion treatment, what comes to mind? Physical rest? Cognitive rest? Pain relievers? Limitations in physical and social activity? Eating the right foods? I’d venture to guess that the latter is not on your list. How can a traumatic brain injury (TBI) respond to food? Visualize treatments for cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Do […]

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Moving Forward – David Beavers, NMD

Many of you have heard me say that the Juice Plus+ Virtual Franchise is a course in personal development, cleverly disguised as a business. And, that’s true. Building a solid business, encouraging a team and leading people—all of that means we must grow. We must get wiser, more focused and more confident and competent. Personal […]

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Celebrate Eat All Your Veggies Day

It isn’t news that eating vegetables is good for you, but it can’t hurt to remind yourself on Eat All Your Veggies Day. Though the holiday is June 17, you can honor the holiday all year long by finding ways to make every day a veggie-eating day. The more veggies the merrier A new study published in the American […]

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How to Get Kids to Eat More Veggies

One great challenge for many of today’s parents, grandparents and care providers is getting kids to eat a healthy diet. With advertisements for junk food and processed snacks everywhere we turn, it is no surprise that many kids crave these popular items, while wrinkling their noses at a plate of nutritious veggies. According to the […]

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Processed Meats May Hurt Your Heart, Study Finds | TIME

Red meat isn’t at the top of anyone’s heart-healthy list, but few studies have investigated the difference between processed red meats, such as ham, salami, sausage, bacon and hot dogs, and unprocessed ones, such as cuts of steak. To find out if there’s a meaningful health difference, researchers at Warsaw University and the Karolinska Institute […]

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