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Why William Sears, M.D. Recommends Juice Plus+

October 14, 2009

William Sears, M.D.

“Juice Plus+ is a great way to get good nutrition from fruits and vegetables into kids.”

Home: San Clemente, California.
Medical Specialty: Pediatrics. “Dr. Bill” (as his patients call him) is in private practice with his two oldest sons, Dr. Jim and Dr. Bob.
Education and Training: Harvard Medical School Children’s Hospital in Boston; The Hospital for the Sick Children in Toronto, the largest children’s hospital in the world, where he served as Associate Ward Chief of the newborn nursery and Associate Professor of Pediatrics.
Most Recent Position: Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the University of California Irvine School of Medicine.
Professional Distinctions: Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and of the Royal College of Pediatricians.
Professional History: Former Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of Southern California School of Medicine.
Accomplishments: Author with wife Martha of 32 books and numerous articles on parenting and childcare. Medical Consultant to Parenting and Baby Talk magazines. Known as “America’s Pediatrician,” he has appeared in over 100 television programs, including 20/20, Donahue, Dateline, Good Morning America, Oprah Winfrey, and The Today Show known worldwide for his popular website,
Why he recommends Juice Plus+: “Parents who feed their children the most nutritiously have the children who get sick the least. Juice Plus+ is a great way to get good nutrition from fruits and vegetables into kids.”

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