Data of this study suggest that Juice Plus+ improves stability of the immune system, with regard to reduction of duty days lost due to illness, and reduces oxidation and inflammation in a group of trained men. Data from this study suggests that Juice Plus+ reduces oxidation in a group of trained men.
This paper describes the increase in plasma nutrients and antioxidant capacity, reduction in DNA strand breaks, and an increase in immune cells in stressed but healthy law students after 11 weeks of Juice Plus+ intake.
This book chapter reviewed the literature on fruit and vegetable concentrates in regards to redox homeostasis and immune stabilization in exercising people. It also provides a “decision path” for sport nutrition advisors to guide them whether supplementation with a fruit and vegetable concentrate is indicated.
Data of this randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial demonstrate that supplementation with Juice Plus+ attenuates protein oxidation in trained men and women.
Another paper which demonstrates the protection of proteins against oxidation after Juice Plus+ supplementation in trained men.
This study demonstrates the anti-inflammatory properties of Juice Plus+ in 117 healthy subjects.
In the second publication of this research project (1st paper is Jin et al 2010) the researchers demonstrate the ability of Juice Plus+ to protect DNA from oxidation.
This study shows the effective and beneficial influence of Juice Plus+ on markers of redox biology in overweight but physically active women.
This study measured polyphenol concentrations in Juice Plus+ and suggests a concentration of about 600mg in daily dose (equivalent to 6 capsules).
This paper demonstrates that many phenolic compounds in Juice Plus+ are also absorbed in physiological relevant amounts.