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Nutrition & Exercise Go Hand in Hand

April 28, 2009

Jamie Close
Personal Trainer

Jamie Close is one of the leading wholistic trainers in Australia. His experience in balancing the mind, body and soul spans over 15 years with clients around the world. Described by many as an innovator in the health and well-being arena, he is constantly developing new paradigms of thinking. Jamie is a fully qualified personal fitness trainer; Jamie trained the winner of the first “Body 4 Life” weight loss competition in Australia in 1999 and since then has assisted in the transformation of thousands of people.

“Nutrition is a cornerstone of life and eating the correct balance of whole foods especially fruits and vegetables is vital in the prevention of sickness and disease. Juice Plus+® bridges the gap between what we eat and what our body needs every single day of our lives.”

Jo Whatley
Kayaker and Life Saver

* Represented QLD in Royal Lifesaving since 14yrs age – 19yrs age
* Member of Maroochydore Surf Life Saving Club from junior ranks(14yrs – 22yrs)
* Current member of Alexandra Headland Surf Life Saving Club
* Represented Australia in Lifesaving since at 16yrs old in Tri Nation Series, then as 17yr old at World Championships (NZ 1998), 18yr old Tri Nation Series, 19yr old at World Championships (Sydney)
* Australia Royal Lifesaving team came second at 2000 World Champ’s and member of the Maroochydore Surf Life Saving Team that won the club World Championships 2000 – first Australian club to win the event.
* Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Surf League specialist swimmer and Iron woman for QLD Marlins in 2000 – QLD won the series.
* Decided to focus on paddling the following year and 3rd Open Mixed Double Ski at National Titles, 3rd QLD Titles Open Women’s Ski Race, 1st Open Women’s Taplin (Ski paddler). Nationally ranked 3rd Open Women’s Ski going into national titles 2003.
* National finalist in Open Women’s Ski race 2004, 2005, 2006.
* 1st Open Women’s Rescue Tube Rescue race – Australian titles 2006.

In 2002, Jo contracted a severe case of Glandular Fever which moved onto Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. This meant she had to take a step back from competition for 12mths to recover.

I was a HUGE fan of the Atkins diet and pretty much ate protein and nothing else! Crazy! (And I wondered why I had no energy and why I kept getting sick.) I was getting chest infections every three weeks, for nearly 6mths straight! And because they always progressed quite quickly, I had to continually go on anti-biotics. My immune system was completely shot and I was very unhealthy while trying to train and compete at a national level. I used to eat a lot of sugary foods to compensate for feeling so lousy. Juice Plus+® stopped the cravings within a few days and I found myself reaching for an apple and fresh fruit and vegies as a snack instead of an energy drink or something similar. This was highly unusual for me!
My friend’s even commented on how funny it was to see me eating fruit and vegies instead of running down the shop to get a quick fix for energy. In regards to my new attitude to sport and getting the best out of myself, perseverance and determination is what I believe it is all about; one step after the other, every day, dealing with every situation the best way that you can.”

Clare Hozak
Australian Sailing Team

“I was in the Australian Sailing Team from 2001-2004, and went to Athens Olympics (2004) as Sarah Blanck’s training partner (Sarah won the selections). During this time I was working 6am-10am, going sailing, training with weights for 1-2hrs, then going back to work from 4-8pm. Needless to say I was exhausted most of the time! My routine continued into 2006 and I found myself getting injured and run-down. I had a cold every second week and was sore everyday. In April 2006 I met Andrew McNickle, who introduced me to Juice Plus+®. I have not been sick since I started taking Juice Plus+®, and I have regained most of my personality that was somewhat drained during my years as an athlete! My mother and I continue to take Juice Plus+® everyday and I feel great about myself and my health.”

Des Hasler
Rugby League Legend

Throughout his legendary Rugby League career, Des played a massive 256 first grade games for the Manly Sea Eagles as well as matches for NSW and Australia. Des is renowned for his absolute professionalism. Currently, he is coaching for the Manly Warringah 1st Grade League Team.

Throughout his long career, Des was recruited many times by companies to support their products that were designed to help give athletes the competitive edge. However, he refused to do so until he found a product that he truly felt could give him a competitive edge. That is when he found Juice Plus+®.

Des was one of the first athletes in Australia to introduce and urge his colleagues and peers to use Juice Plus+®.

“I am proud to have been involved in the introduction of Juice Plus+® to Australia and delighted to give my absolute endorsement to the product as the ultimate single greatest nutritional supplement I have come across.

My family takes Juice Plus+® every day and that is one of the greatest gifts I can give them. I have attained a sense of well-being that other nutritional products promise but can’t deliver. Juice Plus+® is one of the best preventative health measures available and I urge you to try it yourself, you won’t be disappointed”

Carin Clonda
World Class Squash Champion

Carin’s goal on life is to work with asthma prevention and management, specifically through proper nutrition, exercise, and natural therapies. Carin has been taking Juice Plus+® since 1998.

As a professional squash athlete, she has participated in numerous events, including winning a silver medal, the World Masters over 40, placing 5th. In 2000, Carin received the prestigious Australian Sports Medal for outstanding accomplishments in Squash.

Some major highlights over her 20 year career with the squash sport include Ranking 5th in the World, becoming the Australian Junior Champion in 1978, becoming the British Junior Champion in 1979, becoming the NSW Representative Junior Captain in 1975-1979, and being a World Team Champion in 1983.
“Sport and nutrition go hand in hand. That’s why I recommend Juice Plus+® to everyone”

Marc Dragan
Australia’s First Triathlon Champion

Marc Dragan was Australia’s first professional triathlete and in 1985 became the first Australian man to win a full length ironman distance triathlon (3.8km swim 180km bike and 42km run). Marc represented Australia at three world triathlon championships twice finishing in the top 8 and winning a silver medal with the Australian team in 1991. Marc has won over 30 triathlons around the world and placed in the top 3 finishers in over 60 triathlons. In his formative years Marc was an accomplished tennis player reaching the qualifying draws of both the Australian Open and Wimbledon Tennis Championships.

Olympic torchbearer for the Sydney 2000 games, Australian selector for the Olympic sport of Triathlon, Television commentator for the Australian Triathlon Series on Channel 10 and qualified Tennis and Triathlon coach Marc Dragan has been involved in the health, fitness and lifestyle industry for over 20 years.

Marc his wife Vicki and their two young sons live at Curl Curl in Sydney’s northern beaches. They also run one of the largest junior tennis schools in the area “Dragans Tennis” coaching some 300 children per week.

“Since I have been taking Juice Plus+® I have experienced a very significant improvement in my own well-being and have since researched the impressive independent peer-reviewed research on Juice Plus+® thoroughly. In my opinion Juice Plus+® is without doubt the single greatest nutritional product I have ever come across and I now recommend it to everyone I come in contact with. My whole family has been taking Juice Plus+® every day for over four years, and will continue to do so. There is absolutely nothing on the market that even comes close to this product and it just makes so much sense. I just wish I had taken Juice Plus+® during my competitive years”.

Steve Coulter
Ironman Competitor and Kayak Champion

· Competitor in Surf IRONMAN competition from 1985 to 1991, racing in events sponsored by Kellogg’s, Fosters and Uncle Toby’s series also continuing to race competitively for Manly in state and national surf lifesaving titles.
· Qualified strength and fitness trainer, working in the health industry for over 10 years.
· Personal trainer and fitness centre manager/co-ordinator for Sydney’s leading up market health clubs such as Tattersalls club and Hyde Park Club.
Winner of the SYDNEY 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES tender to establish all the strength and cardiovascular equipment for all the training venues that athletes from all sports required.
· Writer for fitness articles in leading women’s magazines such as Cleo, Dolly, Women’s Day etc.
· Established the importation and supply of equipment to the health clubs, which became the largest supplier of fitness equipment to the health club industry in Australia.
· National Marketing Director with NSA (Australia) Pty Ltd (Juice Plus+®).
· And Winner of Men’s Health national ocean paddling series 2005.
After a long and successful history in sports competition and also working professionally in the health and fitness industry, I have recognised one very important factor.
“A good fitness program does not substitute bad eating habits”.
This was the first time I had ever seen a nutritional concept in perfect balance as nature intended. Since eating Juice Plus+® every day I have had nothing but very good results with the health of myself, my family and all who I have advised to eat Juice Plus+®. I believe that Juice Plus+® is the greatest nutritional breakthrough in the food industry and therefore advise all people to use Juice Plus+® as the cornerstone to their nutritional plan. Juice Plus+® (fruits and vegetables) is for everybody everyday.

Ramon Andersson
Olympic Kayak

Ramon Andersson (44) is a dual Olympian from the 1992 Barcelona and 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games in the sport of canoeing. His career highlights include winning a Bronze Medal in the K4 1000m (four man kayak) and backing up two months later to win the Gold Medal in the World Marathon canoeing Championships in the K2 class. In addition, he has also won one silver and two bronze medals from other World Championships as well as 14 World Cup Medals. Between 1988 and 2000 he has won 29 Australian Championships, which is the most titles won in the modern era. In 1992 and 1993 he was the WA Sports Federation Sportsman of the year, making him the first male to have won the award two years in a row. He was also the WA Institute of Sport Athlete of the Year for 1992/93 and the Australian Institute of Sport Athlete of the Year runner up in 1992.

In 1995 Ramon was struck down with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, however he successfully overcame this affliction to make the Australian Team for the Atlanta Olympics. Ramon has a degree in Physical Education from the University of Western Australia. In 2000 he was an Olympic Torch Bearer as well as the course commentator for the Canoe/Kayak Regatta at the Sydney Olympics.

Maureen O’Toole
U.S. Olympic Water Polo Team

In 1977, seventeen year old Maureen O’Toole began playing on the U.S. Water Polo Team. Over many years the women’s water polo team fought to get women’s water polo made a division in the Olympics. By the year 2000, their wish had come true. At the time, Maureen had been in retirement for the past four years, only to come out of it for the chance to finally compete in the Olympics. “I said, ‘Wow, we’re finally it for the chance to compete in the Olympics. This is going to be such fun.’ I had no idea what I was getting myself into.”

The last two years leading up to the Olympics were physically the hardest two years of her life. She was 39 years old and to play water polo at that level was extremely difficult. She trained six or seven hours a day, six days a week. On top of that, she needed extra energy to care for her daughter Kelly.

At the Olympics, the US Water Polo team ended up playing Australia in a heated game in the finals. Maureen and her team ended up taking home the silver medal.
“I don’t believe I would have made it had it not been for Juice Plus+®. I’m super proud that I won a silver medal for the United States. I thank Juice Plus+® for helping me get there and I will continue to take it for the rest of my life.”

Jack Medina
Fitness Consultant

President of Fitness by Design, Jack Medina is a consultant dedicated to educating the public about nutrition, exercise, stress management, and injury prevention. Jack has been lecturing throughout the United States for more than twenty years, inspiring thousands of people to take charge of their lives. Jack has worked with many of the best orthopaedists, chiropractors, and physical therapists in the world and has been the featured guest on many radio and television shows.

Jack’s success led him to the International Competition where he worked with many of the top gymnasts in the world, including the USA’s Cathy Rigby. He also served as a strength and conditioning consultant for the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders, Los Angeles Rams, Seattle Seahawks and Golden State Warriors.

More recently, Jack implemented and supervised a “Stress Management-Wellness” program for Los Alamos National Laboratory and their 10,000 employees.

Jack currently devotes much of his time to lecturing the public on the benefits of Juice Plus+®.

Holly Flanders
U.S. Olympic Ski Champion

The rigors of 10 years of racing on the World Cup and Olympic downhill ski racing tour took a toll on my body! I knew I needed to eat better–especially more fruits and vegetables–but simply did not have the time. Athletes are always looking for the edge, and I have found some pretty great things in my search for vibrant health!
“As an Olympic athlete, I have always tried to absorb as much as I could about good nutrition. I knew that fruits and vegetables were good for you and learned that foods can heal. But try as I might, I knew I didn’t eat enough. Then I finally got it, Juice Plus+®. Bottom line is I believe in Juice Plus+®.”

Katie Uter
Fitness Advocate

Katie was a full-time student when she became the first teenager to place in the top twenty at the Fitness America Pageant – ESPN National Championships in November of ‘96. After winning her first competition, the ‘96 Louisiana Regional, the 19-year-old from Hammond, Louisiana went on to win an ESPN 2 series event in Redondo Beach and then placed 14th at the ESPN Nationals.

For those who said it was just beginner’s luck, ‘97 went on to see Katie win the Louisiana Regional for a second time as well as another ESPN 2 event in Miami Beach.
“In 1997, I was training hard and did not have the energy. I couldn’t get stronger. I couldn’t go further in competition. It was early in 1998 that my sister Shelly introduced me to Juice Plus+®. That was a great year for me and changed my life. I won three competitions in three weeks and proved to myself that I could compete again. People ask me all the time, ‘How do you do all that you do?’ I answer, Juice Plus+® and my daughter.”

Judy Castle-King
Miss Australasian Fitness 2000-2001

One of the most beautiful fitness women in the world, Judy works out to look great, feel great and stay trim, she is not a competitive bodybuilder, but rather a competitive fitness athlete.

Whether you are a world class athlete or a weekend warrior, you need to consider whether your body is getting the nutrition it needs to support the demands you are placing on it.

“Building a better body requires what I call the 3 D’s: Dedication, Determination, and Discipline. It also requires a commitment to nutrition by taking Juice Plus+®, exercising, and committing to a healthy lifestyle”.

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