Dr. Paul Williams Answers Frequently Asked Questions

In these two recorded calls, ER physician, Dr. Paul Williams, answers questions often heard from customers, prospects, healthcare professionals and their patients.

In this first call, he talks about Juice Plus+ and common questions, for example, “I’m allergic to apples, can I take Juice Plus+?”  He addresses Juice Plus+ and reflux, IBS, Crohn’s Disease, bowel issues, gastric bypass surgery, vitamins, Coumadin (blood thinning medication), and diabetes.

In the second call, he discusses Juice Plus+ during chemotherapy and cancer; Juice Plus+ and feeding tubes; Juice Plus+ “look-alikes” found at Sam’s and Costco and Trader Joe’s.

Most importantly, Dr. Williams says: “Everyone should take Juice Plus+ and there is no-one who cannot take Juice Plus+; that means no-one!” and “There is no health problem that cannot at least be helped by good nutrition.”

The Clinical Research on Juice Plus+ explains why so many doctors and health professionals recommend Juice Plus+ to their patients and clients and testify to the role Juice Plus+ products can play in a healthier lifestyle.

Paul Williams, M.D. is a 1975 graduate of the West Virginia University School of Medicine.

After completing his residency and entering private practice, he moved to Atlanta, Georgia, where he practiced Emergency Medicine for over 20 years.

Dr. Williams has served as physician for several athletic teams and events, including the US International Roller Hockey Team, the 1996 Summer Olympics, numerous high school teams, and the Bell South Golf Classic.

As an ER physician he has seen literally thousands of patients with cardiovascular disease, cancer and other preventable diseases.

His popular lectures have been attended by thousands around the U.S.