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Feb 26, 2012, 3:38pm   #16
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I use Juice Plus. It's really expensive, but the research and results make it worth it.
Feb 27, 2012, 7:53pm   #17
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Originally Posted by clu13
I use Juice Plus. It's really expensive, but the research and results make it worth it.
Took a quick peek and they don't seem to have a multi-vitamin supplement. Which product are you taking?

Thanks!
Mar 6, 2012, 11:33am   #18
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I use Melaleuca vitamins. One of my co-workers is a Melaleuca rep and gave me a few packs to try because I was complaining that all vitamins make me nauseous even when taken with food. I tried them and did not get nauseous at all. I've been taking them for about 2 months now and so far no complaints...
Apr 5, 2012, 4:42pm   #19
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Originally Posted by Adrena
Took a quick peek and they don't seem to have a multi-vitamin supplement. Which product are you taking?

Thanks!
Sorry it took so long to get back. I was on vacation the first week in march and never checked back. It's not exactly a multi-vitamin. The theory is that vitamins from whole foods are better than that from a pill. So they provide the servings of vegetables and fruits. We then try to eat food that will provide us with our nutritional needs in conjunction with Juice Plus. I take the reds and greens and decided to add the antioxidants/vineyard blend so it should arrive in a few days.
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