Noni juice is derived from the fruit NONI (also known as Indian mulberry) of the Morinda citrifolia tree indigenous to Southeast Asia and Australia. This exotic extract of Noni fruit is commonly marketed as a great dietary supplement which can boost the overall performance of the human body.
Noni juice has tremendous health benefits but one needs to keep a check on its intake and suitable ways of having this energy boosting supplement.
Who Should avoid Noni juice:
In case your LFT ( liver Function Test) or KFT ( Kidney Function Test) is negative, you are advise not to take Noni as a dietary supplement. As per reports from National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine which says, Noni has component which may worse liver and kidney conditions.
if you are on low potassium diet don’t go for Noni juice.
Readers, do not hesitate to enjoy the exotic flavour of Noni after reading the above points. Every food / supplement has pros and cons which to a certain extent depends on how to consume.
How to consume Noni Fruit Juice:
My advice is to take 2-3 drops of Noni fruit juice empty stomach in a glass of water for best results.
Nutrition value & benefits:
Noni fruit juice offers an impressive gamut of healthy vitamins, minerals and other phytonutrients which helps in keeping cancer elements at bay.
Not only this, it also helps in reducing general fatigue, cardiovascular problem, type 2 diabetes, arthritis.
Apart from the above listed advantages, proxeronine present in noni juice is an effective anti-inflammatory enzymes which also provides relief in symptoms of menstrual pain and endometriosis in women.
So, ladies do remember this powerful juice during your tough days.