Jody Mow Wellness shares an eye-opening observation from Dr. David Katz about how taste preferences can open the door to a more expansive remedy. This is a keeper!
I’ve been impressed with the body of research underlying Juice Plus.
Although I have to say that the thing that impresses me most is just the sense behind it. If we know that people would be healthier eating more fruits and vegetables – but they’re not doing it – we have to invent ways to get them there to here. And, if they are not going to eat the fruits and vegetables they should, we have to invent strategies that approximate the nutritional benefits of getting there from here.
You look at all the studies of isolated nutrients – how frequent the disappointments are. There’s something in between. There’s whole food nutrition. There’s isolated supplements. But what if we could preserve all the nutrients in their native balance from the most nutritious foods?
I think Juice Plus+ is the perfect illustration of that.
But the other thing that’s impressed me is by taking these plant nutrients all packaged into convenient capsules, there seems to be an effect on people’s taste preferences.
I hear routinely from people that when they use Juice Plus, they start eating more fruits and vegetables.
So it’s not as if the remedy ends with the supplement, the supplement actually seems to open the door to a more expansive remedy – that this particular supplement may start to influence taste preference, shift both adults and children in the direction of a more helpful lifestyle overall.