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JUICE PLUS+ CHILDREN’S HEALTH STUDY
When children are inspired by their parents to live a healthy life, they can reap the benefits of good health and nutrition for years to come. Yet often, many parents feel like they aren’t doing enough for themselves or their children to give them a healthful start. The Children’s Health Study was created by Juice Plus+ to help fuel the next generation with the daily recommended fruits and vegetables children need while also establishing good health habits in their life, giving parents a successful way to guide their families into a lasting, healthier lifestyle.
Watch the video below to learn more about the Children’s Health Study.
JUICE PLUS+ RESEARCH
The Children’s Health Study is rooted in nearly 20 years of research, which focuses on the lasting impact that Juice Plus+ capsules and chewables have on families and how it positively affects their health habits when taken daily. Based on three main pillars, the study highlights that:
• Good nutrition is the foundation of health, inspiring and inspires other healthy lifestyle choices.
• Childhood is the best time to establish good health and nutritional habits.
• Parental involvement is key in getting children to adopt good health habits.
The success of the Children’s Health Study is tracked through a series of volunteer surveys given to parents after their child’s first four to eight months of taking Juice Plus+, with new data is collected once a year afterwards.
More than 150,000 families have participated in the study since it began in 1999, with parents documenting a noticeable difference in how they and their children eat, feel and live when taking Juice Plus+.
Health Advisory Board
Meet the advisors for the Children's Health Study.
David Katz, M.D.
Internal Medicine & Preventive Medicine
New Haven, Connecticut
A board-certified specialist in both Internal Medicine and Preventive Medicine/Public Health, Dr. Katz is an internationally renowned authority on nutrition, weight management, and the prevention of chronic disease. He has published over 100 scientific papers, numerous textbook chapters, and 15 books to date, and is a clincial instructor in medicine at the Yale University of Medicine. Frequently consulted by the media as an expert medical source, Dr. Katz contributes a monthly column to O, the Oprah Magazine, writes blogs for Prevention Magazine, and has worked with media outlets such as ABC News, Good Morning America, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, and US News and World Report.