EN Squeezes the Raw Truth Out of Juice Plus Claims

March 2002
Environmental Nutrition;Mar2002, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p7
Refutes advertisements for Juice Plus capsules, which say they are a healthful way to get fruits and vegetables.


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