Bachelor Juan Pablo’s orange bracelet: What does it mean?

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bachelor juan pablo orange bracelet meaningBachelor Juan Pablo’s orange bracelet is creating a buzz this week as fans get ready for the premiere of ABC’s “The Bachelor” on ABC on Jan. 6, 2013.

What’s the deal with the orange bracelet Juan Pablo‘s been spotted in?  The rubber bracelet appears on his right arm in many pictures and for some reason, fans are curious as to why he wears it.

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It’s more than likely a bracelet that shows support of a cause, much like a pink Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbon.

There are several causes associated with orange bracelets including:

  • ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
  • Animal Cruelty – Animal Welfare
  • Lupus awareness
  • Kidney Cancer Association
  • Leukemia awareness
  • Malnutrition awareness
  • Multiple Sclerosis Awareness
  • Self Injury Awareness Day
  • Cultural Diversity Awareness

It’s difficult to read the words that are embossed on the bracelet in the many, many photographs of Juan Pablo that appear online.

Perhaps the meaning will be revealed on this season of the “Bachelor” or Juan himself will reply to our tweet with an answer.

Do you know the meaning behind the orange bracelet that Juan Pablo wears? If so, leave a comment below.

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  • Barby Ingle

    Orange is the national color for nerve pain awareness for conditions like MS and reflex sympathetic dystrophy, etc. The bracelet looks like the ones that the Power of Pain Foundation distributes at all of their events. http://www.powerofpain.org for more info.

    • Amy Vallejo

      Yes, many illnesses share the same orange color. It makes me sad that there still isn’t the awareness of CRPS that has been around since the civil war.

      Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is poorly understood by patients, their families, and healthcare professionals, and insurance companies.

      Please join us at our next conference
      Date: Sunday, February 16, 2014
      Time: 9 am to 5 pm
      Location: Hilton Lafayette
      1521 West Pinhook Road, Lafayette, LA 70503
      Contact http://www.rsds.org

      Thank you Juan for supporting one of the “orange” causes!!!

      I challenge those unaware of this awful condition to read about it and help support CRPS (www.rsds.org) for quicker FDA approvals and for more research for a cure!

  • Debbie Stegall

    I have an orange arm band and it stands for MS. MS used to be red a few years ago and now is has changed to orange. We will have to wait for Juan to reveal what it stands for.