Guys, I need help. This trainer has been trying to sell me some supplement called “Juice Plus” (you can find thier web site on the web). While at face value it sounds like a decent antioxidant product, I just get the feeling it doesn’t meet up to it’s claims. I need some ammo to shoot this guy down. Has anybody heard of this product, or have any ideas on how I can give him some scientific proof on why I think it’s junk? My biggest reason is that I’m not convinced that nothing is destroyed in all of the processing, and I don’t believe the research provided by the company (if it’s sponsored by the company, it’s probably not unbiased). BTW, this is a multi-level-marketting system, which right away screams SCAM to me.
I’d also like to know if such a product were to be true, how would it really compare to a good antioxidant stack like that outlined by Thomas Incledon in issue 100.
Thanks for any help guys.