Noni Juice Benefits

The noni fruit is a little fruit from the Polynesian and Hawaiian islands. This fruit is sacred to the Hawaiians because of all the benefits it has for the human body. The Kahunas or medicine men of the ancient islands used this strange fruit that looks like a bumpy potato, to treat everything from joint pain to digestive disorders.

Noni Juice Benefits

1)Popular in 1990s.Noni is a good source of fiber and carbohydrates.

2)The juice is the most widely used by-product but in some cultures the leaves and roots also find use. The fruit is an excellent source of nutrients including Vitamin C, niacin, potassium, Vitamin A, calcium and sodium. Research has identified the presence of 10 essential vitamins, 7 dietary minerals, and 18 amino acids.

3) Noni also contains a mixture of anthroquinones, organic acids, and xeronine.

4)Noni has been used by people with a variety of conditions. It has been used by people with immune compromising diseases like chronic fatigue syndrome to boost the immune system function. It has been reported to help stabilize blood sugar levels by diabetics and hypoglycemic.

5)Noni has been used by individuals suffering with inflammation, joint pain, and arthritis. Some people recommend Noni to improve digestive function, remove parasites, and cleanse the digestive tract.

6)Another benefit of noni juice is prevention of hair loss.

7)Emotional and mental well being- When taking noni it is suppose to rise your serotonin levels in your brain. Serotonin has been shown to boost your mood and sense of well being. When these serotonin levels are higher, they also help you to think clearer and be mentally sharper.

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