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Pamela Benitez, M.D.
Food is not just for calories and energy. Food is for prevention.
Pamela Benitez, a graduate of Albany Medical College, conducted her surgical residency at the University of Michigan Hospitals. She comes to us from William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, where she is a general surgeon with a busy practice focusing exclusively on diseases of the breast and breast cancer. Dr. Benitez is passionate about the care of the patient with a diagnosis of breast cancer dedicating her free time to training for her 4th Breast Cancer 3-Day 60 Mile Walk and developing a new foundation to help women with financial issues related to their recent diagnosis of breast cancer. Her latest clinical interest is the exploration of the role of nutrition in health and disease. She has recently been called upon to speak on the subject of complementary medicine as it relates to breast cancer treatment.
Matt Brown, Jr., M.D.
The number one cause and cure of America's health care crisis is right under your nose. It's what you put in your mouth.
F. Matt Brown, Jr., M.D. comes to us by way of a decorated career in the U.S. Navy. He received his undergraduate degree from Emory University in Atlanta in 1982 and medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia in 1986. As a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy Medical Corps, Dr. Brown interned at the Naval Hospital in San Diego and did his residency at Duke University Medical Center. Between those two educational stints, he served as General Medical Officer for the Fleet Marine Force Pacific in Camp Pendleton, California. After Duke, Dr. Brown practiced abroad for the Navy – in Naples, Italy and Cairo, Egypt. Along the way, he was promoted to Lieutenant Commander and then Commander before his honorable discharge from active duty in 1997. He practices internal medicate with High Country Proactive Health, PLLC, in Boone, North Carolina. He is also a serious recreational road cyclist and participates in competitive cycling events whenever his busy schedules allows. He and wife Allison are also proud parents of four children ages 11 to 21.
Kim Dalzell, R.D.
Living well is a conscious choice that requires a renewed commitment each day.
Kim Dalzell is a nutrition and cancer expert as well as a nationally known speaker and award-winning author. With advanced degrees as a clinical/oncology dietician and in holistic nutrition, she provides the critical connection between conventional and natural therapies for cancer patients. She also discusses important preventative food choices for everyone in achieving vibrant health. Her humor, lively pace, and high content presentation provides the recipe for empowering the patient in their steps for recovery: "1 part fact; 1 part fun; and 1 part motivation for change."
Richard DuBois, M.D.
Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases
Eat whole foods and take Juice Plus+.
Richard DuBois received his medical degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo. Over his 42 years as a practicing physician, he has served as President of the Georgia Society of Internal Medicine, President of the Infectious Disease Society of Georgia, and President of the Medical Association of Atlanta. Dr. DuBois was honored with The Award of Excellence in Teaching at Atlanta Medical Center, where he was also chosen as "most valuable physician" and elected to eight consecutive years as Chief of Internal Medicine. He was included in the list of Best Doctors in America® every year between 1994 and his recent retirement and chosen by his medical colleagues as their "physician of choice" in his specialty.
Frank Eggleston, D.D.S.
Restorative and Operative Dentistry
Back in the 1980s, I'd say start taking 1,500 milligrams of vitamin C. Now of course, I have them take Juice Plus+
Frank Eggleston is a well-known lecturer speaking throughout Texas and the nation on health and nutrition. He has been a preventative and restorative dentist for over 30 years. He served as President of the 7,100 member Texas Dental Association in 1994 and was Texas's 'Dentist of the Year' in 1995. He was the 1996 recipient of the Distinguished Service Award and the 2004 recipient of the Gold Medal Award, the highest awards given in Texas Dentistry. Dr. Eggleston also served on the American Dental Association Board of Trustees from 1999-2003. Dr. Eggleston is a native Houstonian and a lifetime student of nutrition.
Michael Ewald, D.C.
If you do not control your diet and lifestyle, eventually your diet and lifestyle will control you.
Michael Ewald completed his undergraduate work at Sinclair Community College and Wright State University. In 1989, he graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic with his Doctorate in Chiropractics. Since 1989, Dr. Ewald has practiced in the Dayton area and has worked with a number of professional sports teams. He has lectured throughout Ohio and the nation on the relationship between nutrition and disease. He currently practices privately in South Dayton, Ohio.
Valerie Miles, M.D.
Good nutrition is the foundation of optimal health
Valerie Miles, M.D. is the founder and co-owner of Progressive Pediatrics in Jacksonville, Florida, where she has integrated conventional and complementary medicine to provide the best care for her pediatric patients since 2000. She earned her M.D. degree from the Medical University of South Carolina in 1991, completed her pediatrics training at the University of Utah in 1994 and has been board-certified in Pediatrics since 1995. In her first practice in Colorado, she learned from her patients' parents that there was more to health than medicine and surgery. She has been board-certified in Holistic Medicine since 2000. Dr. Miles has done numerous presentations for both physicians and the community across North America. Her passion is to teach others about wellness and the power behind a healthy diet. Her mission is, simply put, to change the face of health care for children in America.
David Phillips, M.D.
I recommend Juice Plus+ to everyone, regardless of their level of physical activity.
David Phillips graduated in 1984 from Harvard University where he earned academic honors and was an All-American swimmer. He received his medical degree from Wright State University School of Medicine in Dayton, Ohio. After practicing as an emergency physician, Dr. Phillips shifted his focus to sports medicine. He has competed individually in national and international triathlons including the 2005 Ford Ironman World Championships, and qualified as a member of Team USA at the 2008 International Triathlon Union World Championships in Vanco
Mitra Ray, Ph.D.
Unfortunately, most people don't eat the right foods, especially lots of fresh fruits and vegetables. Juice Plus+ provides a nutritional 'safety net' for everyone.
Mitra Ray is a former research biochemist who earned her Ph.D. from Stanford University. Dr. Ray's work in cell biology - particularly as it relates to cancer, Alzheimer's disease, and other degenerative diseases - has been funded by the National Institutes of Health and published in the journals Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, and the Journal of Cell Biology. She devotes herself today to taking the knowledge about nutrition and disease that she has gained and sharing it with audiences around the world. In 2002, Dr. Ray published her first book, From Here to Longevity: Your Complete Guide for a Long and Healthy Life.
Janet Roberto, M.D.
Everyone can benefit from the daily 'safety net' of consistent nutrition provided by Juice Plus+.
Janet Roberto has been practicing family medicine in Springfield, Ohio with her husband Mark for more than 20 years. She serves as the managing partner of the six-physician group. Dr. Roberto graduated from Wright State University School of Medicine in nearby Dayton, Ohio in 1985, remaining in Dayton after graduation to complete her residency in Family Practice at Miami Valley Hospital in 1988. In addition to her busy private practice, she serves as a member of the medical staff at two hospitals in Springfield Community Hospital and Mercy Medical Center.
William Sears, M.D.
Juice Plus+ is a great way to get good nutrition from fruits and vegetables into kids.
William Sears has been advising busy parents how to raise healthier families for over 35 years. He received his pediatric training at Harvard Medical School's Children's Hospital in Boston and The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, and currently serves as an associate clinical professor of pediatrics at the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine. Together with his wife and co-author Martha, Dr. Sears has written more than 30 best selling-books and countless articles on parenting and childcare. He serves as a medical and parenting consultant for Baby Talk and Parenting magazines, and his AskDrSears.com website is one of the most popular health sites on the Internet. Dr. Sears has appeared on over 100 television programs, including 20/20, Donahue, Dateline, Good Morning America, Oprah, and Today.
Susan Silberstein, Ph.D.
Executive Director: Center for Advancement in Cancer Education
Juice Plus+ is a whole food based product, which is consistent with the whole food nutrition message we share with our clients at CACE.
Susan Silberstein is the Executive Director of the Center for Advancement in Cancer Education, a non-profit agency that she founded in 1977 after losing her husband to cancer. Since then, CACE has provided cancer support services to over 25,000 patients, families, and health care professionals. She has also authored the recipe book, Hungry for Health. Susan is a nationally-recognized lecturer on nutrition and cancer prevention as well as the creator of the video, Breast Cancer: The Diet Connection. Currently she edits Immune Perspectives magazine and is a trainer for Ultimate Health Group.
Paul Stricker, M.D.
Pediatric & Sports Medicine
I'm so thrilled with Juice Plus+: it's such an easy way for children and their parents to get more of the good nutrition lacking in our diets today.
Paul Stricker is one of just over a hundred doctors in the U.S. board-certified in both pediatrics and sports medicine. He is a charter member and past-president of the American Medical Society Council on Sports Medicine, a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics section on Sports Medicine and Fitness, a member of the editorial advisory board of Healthy Children magazine, and a reviewer of manuscripts for the journal Pediatrics. He was selected to serve as team physician for the U.S. Olympic Team and for U.S. national teams in swimming, soccer, gymnastics, and basketball. Dr. Stricker is the author of Sports Success Rx, published in conjunction with the American Academy of Pediatrics. He is currently in private practice at Scripps Clinic in San Diego.
Paul Williams, M.D.
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 twenty years. Dr. Williams has served as a physician for several athletic teams and events, including the United States 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. He currently serves as Corporate Medical Director for NSA. His popular lectures have been seen around the U.S.
Tower Garden Farmer
My passion is to teach others to take control of their health.
Jan Young, N.D. is a Naturopathic Doctor and has worked in the wellness education field for the last 18 years teaching classes on everything from juicing and vegetarian eating to organic growing and alternative healing. Her Living Tower Farm showcases 4,400 square feet of eco-friendly greenhouse that utilizes "Tower Garden" technology and aeroponic growing. All plants grown are non-GMO and certified organic pest management is used. Her concentration is on producing strong, nutrient dense produce while making a small footprint. Her passion is to help others to "take control of their health" by teaching them how.