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Juice Plus+ And Vitamin Sales Are Up In Down Economy

Posted Apr 05 2009 12:00am

The Health & Wellness Institute recommends Juice Plus+® because most people do not get enough fruits and vegetables in their diet, and Juice Plus+® is whole food nutrition from a variety of fruits and vegetables...all in a capsule.

While the economy has taken a hit, apparently vitamin sales have not. Whether or not this is an indication of the word getting out that most people do not have adequate and healthy nutrition in their diet is unknown (probably not is this author's guess), but the fact is that sales of nutritional supplements have increased. This may be in part because more people are taking steps to better their health so they can avoid doctor visits, which this doctor advises - an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

While Juice Plus+® is one nutritional supplement among thousands, it too has seen an increase in sales, not just recently, but year after year. This is owed to the many Independent Distributors who share the product with family and friends. But more importantly, it is also due to the superior quality and effectiveness of the product.

While no claims are made that 'hype' the product, customer feedback and testimonials certainly help fuel the growth and sales of the company's products. Juice Plus+® does not need to 'hype' the product other than to say that it is nutrients from whole food fruits and vegetables, which is probably the most important part of any diet for keeping the body healthy.

There is also an opportunity available for individuals who are looking to make an extra income, to become a Juice Plus+® Distributor. Many people do this after experiencing the benefits of Juice Plus+® because not only can they get the product at a discount, but they find themselves recommending it to their friends, knowing how good the product is.

Here's more on the increase in vitamins sales as reported by The NYTimes.com --

“If I had a job with health insurance, I probably would have gone to see a doctor by now,” said Ms. Parham, 39, who lost her clerical job at American Greetings a while back. “But instead, I’m here buying echinacea. I hope it works.”

In flusher times, Ms. Parham said, she spent $50 a month on prescriptions for her asthma, allergies and other chronic problems. Now, she pays $6 a month for over-the-counter protein supplements and oregano oil capsules. “That’s an important savings for me,” she said. “It means I can rent a movie or make the kids food that they actually like.”

A lot of consumers seem to be doing the same math. Sales of vitamins and nutritional supplements, which have grown consistently for years, have surged in recent months, rising as the stock market has fallen. People are clearly cutting back on many items, from bread and milk to designer jeans and flat-screen televisions, but they are stocking up on pills that they think can spare them expensive doctor visits. Read more...

Comments: The bottom line is that each of us needs to take better care of ourselves in order to avoid the high costs of doctor visits, prescriptions, and possible medical procedures, all that can be avoided with better health.

Diet and exercise can help reduce the risk of degenerative diseases like heart disease and stroke, diabetes and cancer. Juice Plus+® - learn why eating fruits and vegetables is especially important, and how you can benefit from adding Juice Plus+® to your diet. Juice Plus+® is the most thoroughly researched nutritional product in history.

Dr. J. Patrick Havey
The Health & Wellness Institute, PC
Official Juice Plus+® Independent Distributor

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