Information on juicing Noni

Noni juice is recognised as one of natures super foods as it is rich in vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals, amino acids, antioxidants and enzymes. Noni is obtained from the noni plant which is a small evergreen tree found in the south pacific and has been used by the local people for its nutritional properties for centuries. Recent scientific studies on noni juice have thrust it into the spotlight and noni juice is now an established member of natures 'recognised' greatest healers.

Noni juice is well known for its effects on releasing the 'mood enhancing' hormone serotonin and as such noni has been used to treat depression, sleep disorders and anxiety. Drinking noni juice is a natural way of helping our body against todays world full of stress and tension.

Another important nutritional benefit of noni is that it contains high levels of pro-xeronine which is essential for our bodies to be able to create the alkaloid xeronine. Xeronine is thought to be a vital factor in activating enzymes, enzymes enzymes are the keys to the many chemical reactions that occur within our bodies. Xeronine is also thought to be of great importance in strengthening the structure of proteins.

Noni juice has a naturally bitter taste (and strong smell) that some may not be too keen on (as some aren't keen on the taste of wheatgrass). It may be hard to find a local retailer of this wonder juice but there are plenty of online stores where you can order it and have it shipped to you, the noni juice that is commercially available is often flavoured to make it have a more familiar, less nose catching taste.

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