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  • Antonella Micheli 1 year ago

    do you get vitamin k in these capsules?

  • Lisa Landa 1 year ago

    Is Juice Plus organic? NON GMO?

  • Sarah Leigh 1 year ago

    i love this video. even tho its a bit old as a working mum a relate to it a lot especially when it comes to getting the best nutrition for me and my children and my unborn child.

  • David Marquez 1 year ago

    In terms of the nutritional value I’d like to offer an analysis. Take for example an apple (but this analysis would apply to almost any fruits). A medium apple weighs approximately 180 grams. If we removed all the water (approx 88%) and all the fiber (about 2% by weight) we would end up with approximately 18 grams of solids from the apple. 2 capsules of Juice Plus Orchard Blend (daily recommended amount) contain only 1.5 grams of powder. Compare that to the 18 grams of solids you get from just one apple. You would have to take 24 Juice Plus pills to get the amount of solids in one fruit! The conclusion is Juice Plus is giving you a negligible amount of nutrition. Even though it is concentrated in the sense that it’s dehydrated and defibered it is still a tiny amount compared to eating your recommended servings of fruits a day.

  • David Marquez 1 year ago

    I have also learned that unlike pure fruits and vegetables, Juice Plus powder is very high in calories, starch and sugars. Each 2 capsules (recommended daily dosage) contain 1.5g of powder totaling 5 calories of which practically 100% come from carbohydrates as indicated in the label – which is likely in the form of fructose (fruit sugar) and simple starch from the vegetables after significant removal of fiber. Given that 1.5 grams of pure glucose contain only 6 calories and in comparison 1.5 grams of Juice Plus contains 5 calories this means that Juice Plus contains practically as much sugar as pure sugar itself.

  • David Marquez 1 year ago

    Pure kale, broccoli and carrots contain over 25 different types of vitamins and minerals, including Vitamin K considered one of the most important vitamins for longevity. Why is it then that Juice Plus Garden Blend (which claims to contain kale, broccoli and carrots) contains no Vitamin K ??? Can you tell me which types of vitamins are in Juice Plus? Your label only mentions 4 vitamins (A,C,E and folate) and they are added vitamins not from the dehydrated vegetables.

  • Stino Tapia 1 year ago

    Great video, I love the science behind Juice Plus.

  • Graziana Barsocchi 1 year ago

    Juice Plus has been with me for 13 years, I recommend it to everyone who value their health!

  • Bunny Lewis 1 year ago

    Wonderful!! Easy and quick to watch and packed full of information!

  • Karen Tucker 1 year ago

    Wow! How wonderful to give us SO MUCH information in only 4 minutes! This is now my new favorite Juice Plus+ Video! :-)