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KEY COMPONENTS & THEIR BENEFITS

Pro-Xeronine

Appreciable amounts of small alkaloid which is physiologically very active and important for the proper functioning of all cells. 

Scopoletin

Anti-inflammatory, Anti-histamine, Anti-bacterial, lowers blood pressure & binds to serotonin to help regulate sleep.

Anthraquinone

Controls infectious bacteria such as Staphylococcus Aureus, E.coli & Salmonella.

Damanacanthal

Inhibits growth of pre-cancerous cells.

Terpene

Helps with cell rejuvenation thus increasing nutrient-toxin exchange.

Phytonutrients & Selenium

Provides powerful anti-oxidant protection against free radicals.

Amino Acids

Amino acids are the building blocks for proteins. The ”essential” amino acids are the ones our bodies cannot make and we therefore must get from our diet. Noni juice contains 17 of the 20 known amino acids, including all 9 essential amino acids.

Fatty Acids

The “essential” fatty acids in Noni juice are the important poly-unsaturated fats that we must get from our diet. They maintain healthy skin, nerve cells. Heart tissue and blood vessels and help balance mood.

Soluble & Insoluble Fibers

Soluble fibers help cleanse the blood, decrease cholesterol, bind to fats and balances blood sugar levels. Insoluble fiber (bulk) is important for colon health.

IMPORTANT OVERALL CHARACTERISTICS

Adaptogen

An Adaptogen is a substance that has a global balancing effect on all body systems.

Alkaline

Tissue degrades and disease thrives in an acidic environment. Noni juice promotes alkaline body chemistry, the optimal state for good health.

Anti-oxidant

Anti-oxidants such as green tea and vitamin-C among others are important neutralizing “free radicals” or particles that cause DNA damage that lead to cancer.

Low Glycemic Index

A 3:1 ratio of carbohydrates to fiber in Noni Juice.

References: A.K. Olsen w/ Dr. Ralph Heinicke, Understanding the Miracle: An Introduction of the Science of Noni, available from Direct Source Publishing. The information on this page represents a summary of findings collected from lectures and research by Dr. Ralph Heineke, Dr. Gerson, Dr. Hirazumi Kim, Dr. Mian-Ying Wang, Dr. Neil Solomon, Dr. Mona Harrison, Dr. William Mcphilamy, Dr. Gary Tran and others.

 

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