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14 Human Clinical Studies Prove the Efficacy of Tahitian Noni Bioactive Beverages
Date:4/8/2010

No Network Marketing Superfruit Company Has More Research Behind Their Products

Provo, UT (Vocus) April 8, 2010 -- Tahitian Noni International (TNI) now has 14 human clinical studies that prove the efficacy of their bioactive beverages–and more are on the way. TNI has more human clinical studies than any network marketing superfruit company and strongly believes in backing up their product claims with scientific proof. They also have 52 scientifically-validated patents, the largest dedicated noni research facility in the world, and scientists on staff that have collectively authored over 35 peer-reviewed publications.

These are just some of the reasons that noni has now been recognized as a world class adaptogen, containing bioactives from a validated medicinal plant. Tahitian Noni® Original contains over 150 bioactive compounds—including 12 unique iridoids—that deliver a multiplicity of benefits to the human body. Iridoids have been studied for over 50 years and there are over 2,000 papers published on the health benefits of iridoids.

“What makes noni really unique is its phytochemical makeup,” says Jeff Wasden, TNI’s new vice president of Global Marketing. “The most celebrated nutrients in food plants
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