The Benefits of Noni Juice | Weight Loss Yes It Works
Noni Juice Has Many Benefits But My Aunt’s Weight Loss Stood Out
We receive a lot of information in this age of technology and we often rely on big business to supply us with information about the benefits of products. Sometimes vested interests get in the way of information being truthfully relayed. I am glad to learn from my aunt about her experiences using noni juice. My aunt started drinking noni juice for its other benefits which we will get into a bit later, and she didn’t know it would also make her lose weight. This was an added benefit, while her main goal was to drink noni juice to strengthen her immune system.
I will link to another article where I will further examine the wide range of benefits noni juice. I first will start with what I can see first hand which is weight loss, I can say my aunt lost a lot of weight drinking noni juice. I am also starting with the weight loss benefit of noni juice because I realize that many people are really interested in losing weight, sometimes more so than strengthening their health. I wish for people to lose weight in a healthy way, and it appears drinking noni juice can help with that.
A theory as to why noni juice causes weight loss is that when it is consumed it produces nitric oxide in the body. Muscles use and metabolize a lot of energy and nitric oxide produced in the body is involved in the process. Nitric oxide pulls energy from different sources for muscles to use, and one of the sources is from fat cells in the body. This reduces triglycerides (energy) stored in fat cells, which reduces the weight of the fat cells. Drinking noni juice increases the amount of nitric acid in the body, which increases the amount of triglycerides that are removed from fat cells resulting in weight loss.
When my aunt started drinking noni juice she was wasn’t paying attention to her weight loss, because that wasn’t the reason she began drinking noni juice. What she did pay attention to was her increased energy and good mood. Some family members were paying attention to her weight loss, and some thought something might be wrong with her. The idea that something was wrong was the furthest thing from my aunt’s mind.
The whispers of concern, the whispers of cancer started to circulate, but my aunt wasn’t concerned. She told me she tried to assure family members that nothing could be wrong because drinking noni juice made her feel wonderfully energetic and if she had cancer there was no way she could feel that way. To appease family members she did get checked for cancer and she received a clean bill of health. My aunt did learn that she was drinking too much noni juice and she has now cut back and the weight hasn’t come back. My aunt was blending the whole fruit because she wanted the juice right away, and that made it a little bit too concentrated. She does blend the fruit occasionally now, but more often she lets lets the juice drip from the fruit and drinks it that way.
Before I get into how to prepare noni and its proper dosage, I must say that noni juice should be approached as a medicine and not a juice. Noni juice doesn’t smell good and you probably should not drink it like you would apple juice. Noni juice bought in store is mixed with grape juice and other juices to make it taste and smell good, but they are less effective than pure noni juice. Real noni juice made only from the noni fruit, does not smell good, and should be taken in small amounts like drinking a strong cough syrup. The dosage listed below is 1 tablespoon, and my aunt drank 3 ounces at a time some times. Since she was able to drink so much, I guess a person will probably just get used to it. Either that or the good feeling gained from drinking noni juice outweighed the bad smell and taste.
Noni juice should be prepared by putting a bunch of ripe nonis into a container and covering it. That’s it. It needs to sit and the juice will start dripping from the fruit. My aunt gives an explanation in the video. What she does now is to pour off a little of the juice daily, instead of letting all the juice drip from the noni fruits, which some people do and which takes time.
Regimen for taking pure noni juice:
- 1 tablespoon every other day for 6 weeks, then
- 1 tablespoon per week for 6 months, then
- 1 tablespoon once per month
- If drinking processed noni juice mixed with other juices, use 3 tablespoons instead of 1 tablespoon
- 1/2 hour before a meal or 1 hour after a meal
- Note: It takes around 3 weeks to start seeing results