Noni

Noni offers an impressive gamut of healthful vitamins, minerals and other phytonutrients. Vitamin content of noni juice include vitamin B1 (thiamine), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B3(niacin), Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid ), vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin C (ascorbic acid), folate, vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) and beta-carotene. Mineral content present in noni juice include calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron and phosphorus. Along with this, the abundance of natural chemical constituents and an inspiring range of antioxidants such as quercetin, vanillin, pinoresinol, proxeronine, kaempferol, isoscopoletin, bisdemethylpinoresinol and scopoletin accentuate the entire nutritional value of the noni juice.
Cardiovascular health: Noni juice may prove valuable in maintaining cardiovascular health. Noni juiceexerts dilating effects on the blood vessels by comforting the smooth muscles cells within the cells walls resulting in a better flow of blood in the arteries. This vasodilating effect of noni juice helps regulate the blood pressure and assists in maintaining a healthy heart. Furthermore, research has demonstrated the positive effects of noni juice on the lipid profiles which are again a major aspect in the maintenance of cardiac health. It may benefit in reducing the LDL (bad) cholesterol levels, total cholesterol content, homocysteine and improves HDL (good) cholesterol levels in the body.
General body fatigue: Noni juice is a time-honored medicine and was traditionally used by Polynesians to combat general body weakness and advancing quality of life and energy levels. Various clinical researches and studies have shown the ergogenic qualities of noni juice which helps in enhancing the tolerance, elasticity and overall physical performance of the body.
Healthy skin: Noni juice may be regarded as a natural aid in beauty and skin care. Studies suggest that noni juice is rich in protective chemical constituents, anthraquinones which exert collagen stimulating effects and prevents the formation of wrinkles on the skin surface. Anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory properties of noni juice work at the cellular levels and are useful in curing various skin disorders including acne, burns, allergic skin reactions and hives holistically. The presence of essential fatty acids and high concentration of biochemical component proxeronine, which is a precursor to the alkaloid xeronine in noni juice supports efficient functioning of cell membranes, tends to normalize abnormal cells and help restores young and healthy skin.
Gastric emptying: Noni juice may prove useful through its impact on the gastric emptying process in which the food exits the stomach and enters the duodenum. The results from a study conducted on noni juice revealed that phytonutrients present in noni juice delays the gastric emptying which slows down the digestion resulting in slow discharge of sugars in the bloodstream. The study also suggests that noni juice stimulates the release of digestive enzymes, cholecystokinin without altering the volume of urine, feces and intestinal transit.
Wound healing: The juice of Morinda citrifolia or noni is effectual in speeding up healing of wounds. Research study evaluating the wound curing properties of noni juice has revealed positive results with respect to the increase in the weight of the granulation tissues, functioning of collagen and hydroxyproline and protein content. As mentioned above, noni juice helps in reducing the blood sugar levels in the body which can also be correlated to the accelerated wound healing process.

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