Health vs. Fitness Soccer, biking, hiking, 25 marathons, 50+ ½ marathons, 10ks, 5ks, relays, … Health and Fitness DIFFERENT Fitness without Health Fitness without Health Health without Fitness Health without Fitness The Sickest Fit Guy … the Fittest Sick Guy Asthma & allergy meds, advil, antibiotics (3-4 times/yr.) Compromised immune system since birth Poor diet: junk food, meat and potatoes
MyNutrition I love to run I can eat a ton! I can eat a ton!
1979 – 2011 Running magazines From almost NO nutrition advice… Pages of it in every issue Pages of it in every issue Sports Nutrition
My Health vs. Fitness Soccer, biking, hiking, 25 marathons, 50+ ½ marathons, 10ks, 5ks, relays, … Health and Fitness DIFFERENT Fitness without Health Fitness without Health Health without Fitness Health without Fitness The Sickest Fit Guy … the Fittest Sick Guy Asthma & allergy meds, advil, antibiotics (3-4 times/yr.) Compromised immune system since birth Poor diet: junk food, meat and potatoes, no green veggies eat spinach?! youve got to be kidding! eat spinach?! youve got to be kidding!
Spinach … who knew? Substances in Spinach protect against: –Cataracts –Macular Degeneration –Osteoporosis –Inflammation –Infections –Anemia –Heart disease –Cancer –Arthritis –Skin problems –Many other diseases –Premature AGING 1929
Health & Fitness Something changed … 12/5/93 Dallas White Rock Marathon finished in 3 hrs. 24 mins.; slow but… o should have run 15 minutes slower (training sub-par) o trained in England during the wettest December ever o did not get sick 1/16/94 Houston Tenneco Marathon o should not have started (6 weeks to recover) o should have bonked o finished in 3 hrs. 13 mins. No sickness, Great performance, Great recovery … What changed? Only one thing Juice Plus+
My Nutrition … before and after My Nutrition … before and after We burn food for energy (fuel), producing exhaust: Dirty fuel dirty exhaust Dirty fuel dirty exhaust Clean fuel clean exhaust… Clean fuel clean exhaust…
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Fueling Factors for Performance o Weight, Body Fat %, Calories o Heart Monitor Training o Rest and Tapering o Food Quality o Carbs. and Protein (& fat) o More Small Meals (grazing) o Supplementation o Pre-workout Fuel & Timing o Fuel during Work-out/Race (gels?) o Race Conditions – NO Surprises! o Hydration (water, sports drinks, …) o Avoiding bonking, no bears o Post-workout Repair & Recovery (Fuel)
Fuel for Training o Chris Carmichael, Olympic/elite cyclist, Olympic team cycling coach (1996) o Lance Armstrongs trainer/coach through his cancer treatment, recovery and since o Chriss Training Philosophy: At Carmichael Training Systems we believe that a persons best performance starts with the fuel they put in their bodies. Whether your goal is weight loss or an Olympic-caliber performance, we can help you eat right to train right. Eat right to Train … to Recover … to LiveSTRONG!
Peak Athletic Performance o Requires Genetics, Training, Nutrition, Health o Brett Favre/David Beckham have them all o Health = Healthy Cells o blood carries nutrients, fuel, oxygen to organs, muscles, … o blood carries away lactic acid, etc. o Nutrition from Whole Food (clean fuel) o promotes cell health o fuels the cells (efficiently absorbed) o promotes repair and recovery o Training (adaptation) o breakdown-repair cycle damage from oxidation (free radicals) damage from oxidation (free radicals)
The 4 Deserts 155 miles in 7 days carrying all gear and f ood (15+ lbs.) Time Magazine ranks the 4 Deserts #2 on its list of the world's top endurance competitions. Dave OBrien 56 Most athletes fuel for performance. I fuel my body to REPAIR. When you exercise and burn food for fuel you produce oxidative stress. The more we exercise and eat, the more important is our nutrition.Most athletes fuel for performance. I fuel my body to REPAIR. When you exercise and burn food for fuel you produce oxidative stress. The more we exercise and eat, the more important is our nutrition. Fueling for Repair
What is Oxidation What are Free Radicals?
Oxidation (rusting - sparking) o Oxidants (free radicals) are highly charged atoms -> damage every cell in the body o Oxidation starts domino effect, damaging DNA, organs, muscle cells, skin, joints, … o Causes aging/disease: Cancer, CVD, Diabetes, Arthritis, Alzheimers,… + sub-par athletic performance/recovery o Caused by Life: Metabolism, Digestion, Pollution, Toxins, Chemicals, UV light, Medications, Junk Food, + Exercise ironically! o Contributes to post-exercise inflammation, soreness o Increased by exercise ~10-20 times normal ********* o Oxidation and inflammation are necessary for health and fitness, up to a certain threshold ( training effect)
Exercise Induced Oxidation Study 28 week study, standardized diet 28 week study, standardized diet o rigorous training regimen increasing in intensity (-> VO 2 max80) o measured increases in protein carbonyls – oxidation damage o short-term temporary oxidation allows body to adapt to exercise o permanent oxidation damage occurs beyond a given threshold 41 Cobras Graz Austria
Truth About Supplements Vitamin supplements might raise risk of early death The Lancet 2004 Volunteers given pills containing vitamin E, ascorbic acid, beta- carotene, selenium and zinc were four times more likely to get skin cancer than those who took dummy pills." European Journal of Cancer Prevention, Sept European Journal of Cancer Prevention, Sept Recent research suggests that a daily multi is a waste of money for most peopleand there's growing evidence that some other old standbys may even hurt your health. Readers Digest, April 2010 Antioxidants prevent health-promoting effects of physical exercise in humans. Proceeds of National Academy of Sciences 2009 Regular exercise decreases risk for type 2 diabetes. Surprisingly, use of antioxidant supplements (C and E) blunts these beneficial effects, even though diets that are rich in fruits and vegetables lower this risk. Journal Watch General Medicine 2009 Journal Watch General Medicine 2009
Vitamin CVitamin C Vitamin EVitamin E Beta CaroteneBeta Carotene LycopeneLycopene Most vitamins are manufactured and artificial Making an Anti-oxidant
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12,455 Phytonutrients Diplock H., American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 1991;53:189S-193S. 12,455 Phytonutrients Diplock H., American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 1991;53:189S-193S.
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Whole Food vs Oxidation o Whole Food Anti-Oxidants The body produces some anti-oxidants The body produces some anti-oxidants The rest MUST come from whole food The rest MUST come from whole food o Experts: eat 7-13 servings of fresh, (preferably raw) fruits and vegetables every day, and more for the athlete who trains hard. and more for the athlete who trains hard. o My experience during 40 years of coaching and working with athletes at all levels shows that most of them simply can't do it. ~ Jack Medina
Athletes: +1-2 servings of each for every extra 1000 calories consumed to fuel the anti-oxidant defense system 4-8 yr. old; sedentary older woman 7-13 Dietary Guidelines for Americans active young man + +
US Dietary US Dietary Guidelines Guidelines for Americans for Americans 2005 – – servings of 7-13 servings of fruits and vegetables fruits and vegetablesdaily BUT HOW?! BUT HOW?!
Expert Opinion If a Coach or Athlete is interested in peak performance they must start at the cellular level through good nutrition - there is no other way! Successful training can only occur if the cells are strong enough to withstand the stress being put on them. Juice Plus+ is the answer you are looking for. Jack Medina, M.A. Strength & Conditioning Coach (NFL, NBA, Olympic Gymnasts)
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Juice Plus+ Published Research (16 studies published, 12 more coming)
Juice Plus+ has been studied in all ages, both sexes, healthy & sick, smokers and non-smokers, athletes and couch potatoes, all over the world! o increases Anti-oxidants in the blood o reduces Oxidation (free radical damage) o normalizes the Immune System o protects/repairs DNA (anti-aging) o improves Heart Health (Circulation) o reduces Systemic Inflammation o improves Gum Health o improves Skin Health o reduces symptoms of the Common Cold o improves Athletic Recovery & Performance Juice Plus+ Research (16 studies published, 12 more coming)
In healthy volunteers, four weeks of daily supplementation with Juice Plus+ blunts the detrimental effect of a high-fat meal on artery vasodilation. Juice Plus+ Research Journal of the American College of Cardiology o High fat meals (and intense exercise and emotion) cause reduced blood flow (>40%) o Especially risky for someone who both eats high fat junk food and exercises hard o Juice Plus+ counters this effect insuring optimal cell health and blood circulation So we can all eat at McDonalds? … NOT! So we can all eat at McDonalds? … NOT!
Juice Plus+ Research on Athletes Four Studies Published So Far Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 2006 Journal of Nutrition 2007 Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 2009 Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 2010
Juice Plus+ Research on Athletes University of NC Uni. of Graz, Austria 28 weeks, standardized diet, on Juice Plus+ or placebo 28 weeks, standardized diet, on Juice Plus+ or placebo improved immunity: less sickness better training/recovery improved immunity: less sickness better training/recovery significant reduction in protein carbonyls – marker of oxidation significant reduction in protein carbonyls – marker of oxidation protein carbonyls were reduced at rest, and did not increase protein carbonyls were reduced at rest, and did not increase significantly after bouts of very intense exercise significantly after bouts of very intense exercise Juice Plus+ protected against permanent damage Juice Plus+ protected against permanent damage 41 Cobras
Juice Plus+ Research on Athletes BE = before exercise, IE = immediately after the exercise test, 30M = 30 min after the exercise test, 30H = 30 h after the exercise test.
Juice Plus+ Research on Athletes BE = before exercise, IE = immediately after the exercise test, 30M = 30 min after the exercise test, 30H = 30 h after the exercise test.
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155 miles in 7 days carrying all gear and food (15+ lbs.) Dave OBrien 56 Juice Plus+ is so important to me for repair and recovery. As an athlete I create a lot of exercise induced oxidative stress, not good, so having all this raw food in my bloodstream, my antioxidant levels soar and my free radical damage is greatly reduced.Juice Plus+ is so important to me for repair and recovery. As an athlete I create a lot of exercise induced oxidative stress, not good, so having all this raw food in my bloodstream, my antioxidant levels soar and my free radical damage is greatly reduced. The 4 Deserts The long day in the Gobi Desert took me 26 hours 56 minutes, helping a young 26 year old across the finishing line. Not only did I not have muscle soreness I did not have it the following day either. The Juice PLUS+ Fruit, Vegetable and particularly the Vineyard Blend had a major impact on my cardiovascular wellness, circulation etc. I also used the Juice Plus+ Complete to fuel my body to repair, getting my carbohydrates and proteins in perfect balance; that wonderful slow release of natural sugars from plant life.
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Paul Stricker, MD President, American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Athletes & Sports Doctors & Sports Doctors David Phillips, MD Ironman Triathlete Ana Ivanovich Tennis Tennis Brett Favre NFL Brett Favre & Robert Brooks (San Francisco Examiner, 1/1/97) : If you ask Robert Brooks what has changed in quarterback Brett Favre, hell say its the juice. Meaning the nutritional supplement known as Juice Plus+ that Brooks, wide receiver, introduced to Favre this season. Brooks said the stuff is effective, providing extra energy when players wear down."
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Today (at 64) I have: Fitness AND Health Excellent immune system Excellent immune system Almost No medications Almost No medications (antibiotics 3-4 times in 17+ yrs) Because: Juice Plus+ (1993 for ever) Healthier diet (incl. spinach!) Healthier diet (incl. spinach!) Eating less (burn less fuel, mostly clean) Eating less (burn less fuel, mostly clean) Exercising (wisely and well) Exercising (wisely and well) My Health + Fitness
Bringing Health to Fitness Conclusions: o You can achieve full fitness AND health o Nutrition has a big impact on performance o Junk food and oxidation are your enemies o Anti-oxidants are your weapons o Whole foods are your allies Fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts, seeds, legumes Fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts, seeds, legumes Juice Plus+ -> 13+ fruits and vegetables Juice Plus+ -> 13+ fruits and vegetables Peak Performance in Life Peak Performance in Life