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12 Unique Iridoids Have Been Found in Noni Fruit
Date:3/11/2010

Scientists have Linked Iridoids to Proven Health Benefits

Provo, UT (Vocus) March 11, 2010 -- Tahitian Noni International (TNI) announced that Tahitian Noni® Bioactive Beverages™ contain iridoids—a bioactive compound linked to over two dozen real health benefits. Iridoids have been studied by scientists for over 50 years and now 12 unique iridoids have been identified in the noni fruit.

Iridoids are powerful phytochemicals produced by plants as a self-defense mechanism. While iridoids are found in a large percentage of plants, they are not common in fruits. These dynamic compounds provide a wide range of bioactivity in humans. Iridoids have been scientifically proven to eliminate harmful free radicals, maintain healthy HDL cholesterol at existing normal levels, increase energy, promote heart health, boost the immune system, support DNA, and support healthy brain activity. They are also adaptogens, meaning that they can adapt to an environment to safely benefit the health and function of biological systems.

John Wadsworth, an original founder and TNI’s president, explained why this new research is so exciting, “Noni is unique because iridoids are rare in fruits. In fact, none of the other so-called superfruits like mangosteen, açaí, or gac, contain iridoids. Iridoids have been studied for years, and there are literally thousands of papers detailing the health benefits of iridoids by modern scientists. The importance of b
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