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Juice Plus+ clinical research

The Juice Plus+ Company has a long history in developing partnerships with leading academic experts to fund research that supports the healthful benefits of our fruit, vegetable, and berry blend capsules.

Juice Plus+ clinical studies


Research findings consistently show that adding Juice Plus+ capsules to your diet can have a positive impact on a variety of health-related areas, including cardiovascular wellness, immune system support, DNA health, and many others. 

  • Clinically researched in universities and research centers around the world
  • 41 clinical studies have been conducted by researchers at hospitals and universities around the world
  • Published in peer-reviewed scientific journals

Click here to find out more about the impressive and extensive research Juice Plus+ has performed for years. You can see where the studies were conducted and actually read them. A great compilation. 

Examples -


Heart health

Combined results from multiple studies show that Juice Plus+ produces positive effects on several measures of vascular health.


Lung Health

Study results show that Juice Plus+ supports several parameters of healthy lung function, including forced expiratory flow and diffusion capacity.


Immune System

Studies on four different populations show that Juice Plus+ supports the function of the immune system.



Combined results from several studies show that Juice Plus+ decreases levels of several key biomarkers of inflammation.


Healthy skin

Juice Plus+ helps improve skin hydration, skin thickness and circulation in skin capillaries.


Dental health

Juice Plus+ has been shown to support healthy teeth and gums, improving quality of life.


Weight management

Study results show that consuming Juice Plus+ supports healthy cholesterol, LDL and triglyceride metabolism.


The next big thing

Research found that Juice Plus+ improved markers of phytonutrients and cell health.

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