Scientific research has categorically proven that nutritional deficiencies and chemical imbalances in the body are a fundamental contributor to ill-health. Whereas, vitamins almost certainly help prevent chronic illnesses. Vitamins C and E and beta-carotene, for example, work as antioxidants, preventing the formation of free radicals (unstable chemicals in the body which damage tissues and contribute to disease), thus radically reducing the risk of heart disease and cancer.
Numerous studies indicate that those with fruit and vegetable-rich diets—the major sources of many antioxidant nutrients—have a lower risk of heart disease. The gradual awareness of these benefits has provoked a mass consumption of vitamin supplements, especially in the USA where, in 1995, sales of vitamins and minerals alone reached .1 billion. However, most were consumed in mega-doses and in artificial capsule and powder form, which can be harmful. Nutritionists agree far more benefit is derived from taking them in their natural vegetable and fruit form.
One such fruit, currently little known, but soon to win worldwide acclaim, is the noni fruit. Grown organically in the volcanic Cook Islands of the South Pacific and marketed notably in the form of juice by Noni Juice New Zealand, it is a natural multi-vitamin. It contains more than 125 fundamental nutrients, including all 9 essential amino acids, 9 major vitamins, 6 essential minerals and 7 essential trace elements.
Noni appears to be truly miraculous. Justifiably claiming to be a panacea (cure all), it has been extensively used in Africa, the Far East and South Pacific for millennia, notably India, China, Nigeria, Burma, Thailand, the Philippines and Polynesia.
Noni has been used to treat malaria, fever, jaundice, yellow fever and dysentery. It lowers high blood pressure, kills pain, reduces arthritis symptoms, enhances cellular health, inhibits the pre-cancer function and growth of cancerous tumours. It strengthens the immune system and has been used in contra-AIDS experiments. It increases body energy, has anti-inflammatory and anti-histaminic action. Its antibacterial properties ameliorate digestive and heart damage. It helps eliminate stomach ulcers, PMS, menstrual cramps, chronic fatigue syndrome, skin disorders, senility, indigestion, asthma, depression, diabetes, enlarged prostate, and strokes.
A study in the September 15th, 1993, Journal of the National Cancer Institute suggested that a combination supplement of beta-carotene, vitamin E and selenium (all noni ingredients) reduced the stomach cancer mortality rate by 21% among subjects in Linxian, China.
One of the best sources of the benefits of the noni, is, as previously stated, Noni Juice, organically produced by the Noni Juice Company, New Zealand. This company’s declared mission is to make its health-promoting product ubiquitous. It offers cost effectiveness, the commitment to excellence in terms of hygiene, quality control and presentation, free worldwide delivery and refunds, if dissatisfied. The company is even prepared to put every order into a monthly draw to win back your full purchase price. In its commitment to promoting health, Noni Juice, New Zealand further offers a health forum and extensive health directory with 60,000 links on its website.
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