Noni (Morinda Citrifolia) and Diabetes Does it have benefits or is it a scam?
Noni juice (Morinda Citrifolia) and diabetes is this worth looking into to help diabetes patients. I have seen and heard the controversy all over the internet on this stuff being a scam and debated on mentioning it on this website. I think it deserves a mention only because it’s so misunderstood.
First of all, if you had a tree nearby you wouldn’t even think of eating the fruit or drinking the juice, in fact you would probably run the other direction. Some of you may know what I’m talking about, but for those of you who don’t let me explain. When this fruit ripens and hits the ground it stinks terribly like something died, it’s horrible. The fresh juice isn’t any better it’s just as disgusting. This is why no one wanted to market this stuff for many years. It was very difficult to figure out how to make it palatable to the Western world.
When someone did figure out how to make it taste half way decent and market this juice it was given to 5,575 people with diabetes who were allowed to drink two ounces three times a day. After about three to four weeks they were asked how there diabetes was doing. Many people within that group, in fact 82% of them reported their
The information tells me this juice may not work for everyone, because nothing works for everyone 100% of the time. However, I would be very interested in finding out what the 82% did and how they drank the noni to get their results. I would want to try it for at least two months to see if I was part of the 82% or the 18%, hoping I would get some benefit from it like the 82% did.
Scientific studies on this unique fruit have shown that it has a property in it called xeronine which seems to help clear up the resistance action to insulin. It also helps to combine with the inactive abnormal insulin molecules to modify them to make them active again.
This may not clear up the debate about noni juice but I hope it gives you a little more education on the subject. So should a diabetes patient drink this juice? It looks as if there is possibly an 80% chance that you should at least give it a try for a couple of months.