TruAge Bioactive Beverages
The world of science has learned much since those early days of noni research, but the initial conclusion is still the same. Noni is good for you.
Recently, start-up juice companies have shown interest in the health benefits of flavonoids and polyphenols, but they are found in all fruits. And unfortunately many flavonoids are very unstable; they degrade during food processing, pasteurizing, and storage.
But iridoids are different than flavonoids. They are not unstable polyphenols. Iridoids are synthesized by plants through a different set of biochemical pathways that makes them similar to a group of related phytochemicals.
Iridoids are extremely stable,especially those found in noni fruit. DAA, the most abundant bioactive in TruAge Bioactive Beverage, is not destroyed during harvesting, processing, or storage. It maintains its healthy qualities throughout its entire shelf-life.
TruAge Bioactive Beverages have something to offer to everyone, everywhere. They provide important bioactive iridoids that are not available in common foods. And because iridoids are stable you can be confident that the Tahitian Noni products delivered to your door will provide the complete health potential of the noni fruit.
||Contains Bioactive Iridoids
||Contains No Iridoids
Iridoids are the Key
The primary bioactives in noni are iridoids.
Iridoids have been scientifically proven to reduce harmful free radicals, help maintain healthy HDL cholesterol at already normal levels, increase energy, promote heart health, enhance the immune system, and protect cells.*
Iridoids are powerful phytochemicals produced by plants as a defense against other threats. While iridoids are found in a large percentage of plants, they are not common in fruits.
Iridoids at a Glance:
- Are bioactive phytochemicals that are rarely found in fruits
- Are different than flavonoids, which are found in all fruits
- Have a wide range of bioactivities
- Are very stable and are resistant to degradation during processing and storage, unlike many flavonoids