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Can you take Noni juice every day during 365 days a year?
August 04, 2008 2:02AM
For many people, it would be fine to drink noni juice on a regular basis. There might be times this would be questionable is if there is an unnatural, and possibly harmful ingredient. For instance, most health-concerned consumers would not wish to drink high fructose corn syrup every day, nor would it be good for you (though many people do it).
Thankfully though, most noni juice is completely pure. The main ingredient, of course, being the noni (morinda citrifolia) itself. Noni juice contains high levels of proxeronine, a precurser to xeronine, an alkaloid which is known to actually heal cells. Unfortunately, noni does not taste good on its' own, so noni juice also contains the ingredients of other juices. Common juices include apple, pear and beet, and it is then sweetened with a natural sweetener; usually honey.
So, in conclusion, for most people it might be okay. Check the ingredients list, just in case.
Noni juice may not be safe for people who need to restrict their intake of potassium-rich foods like tomato or orange juice. Brands vary but typically, juice made from noni is high enough in potassium that many kidney patients are advised by their doctors to avoid it. no, and yes, there has been some instances of people getting ill off of noni products and I have read in the following article of an individual dying.