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Gulp down a glassful of noni fruit juice daily to achieve ageless beauty and health

Published on:2 August 2021, 12:22pm IST
You might not have heard much about the noni fruit, but once you know all about its benefits, it will be hard for you to hold yourself back.
Nikita Bhardwaj
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Say cheers to good health with a glass full of noni fruit juice. Image courtesy: Shutterstock
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You don’t need Rapunzel’s hair to look ageless and young. Instead, a glass of noni fruit juice might do the trick. We are aware that this fruit sounds new to you, but guess what? It has been around since forever. Even Ayurveda has mentioned this incredible fruit. 

In a world that’s going gaga over boosting immunity, noni fruit comes as a saviour. That’s because this fruit is loaded with nutrients that don’t just help in the regeneration of body cells, but also help in repairing the damage done to them by various viruses.

Noni fruit is a powerhouse of antioxidants such as vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B3 (niacin) and iron. All this makes it great not just for your inner well-being, but for outer beauty as well.

Come, let’s have a look at the multitude of benefits that this fruit has to offer.

Here are the 7 health benefits of noshing on noni fruit

1. Drinking noni fruit juice helps to maintain blood sugar levels

According to a study published in the journal Molecules, noni fruit contains anti-diabetic properties. If someone wants to prevent diabetes, s/he should nosh on it daily. Those who’re suffering from diabetes but having a hard time controlling it should consider noni fruit juice. You just need three weeks to bring down your blood sugar levels.

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Noni fruit for your ladies! Image courtesy: busrapiko

2. It makes you glow

Noni fruit possesses a host of antioxidants as well as antibacterial and antifungal properties that make it great for your skin. Drinking noni fruit juice doesn’t just help to detoxify your blood, but also keeps your gut health in check. All this leads to better cell structure and ageless beauty.

3. It alleviates joint problems

People who have been dealing with arthritis know the true meaning of pain. After all, they go through it day in and day out. What’s more, the deformities that are related to this disease are all the more problematic. But if you include noni fruit juice as part of your daily diet, you can deal with this problem well, reveals a study published in the journal Foods.

4. Noni juice is great for your tresses

Sweat and humidity can lead to the growth of bacteria in your scalp. This can damage the hair follicles, because of which you can experience problems like an itchy scalp, dandruff, and hair fall. But you can curtail that by guzzling noni fruit juice, all thanks to its antibacterial and antifungal properties.

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Say goodbye to dandruff with this DIY hair oil! Image courtesy: Shutterstock

5. It is known to reduce fatigue

The major reason for fatigue is the deficiency of iron, which can lead to anemia. Noni fruit is a great source of iron, and that’s why it is also great for pregnant and lactating mothers. So, now you know what you need if you are low on energy.

6. Noni juice is great for those who have high uric acid

High uric acid is one of the most common problems among the elderly. This problem does not just disrupt the whole immune system, but it is utterly painful too. If someone in your home is dealing with the same, then without wasting any time, add a glass of noni juice to their diet and see the change.

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Help your parents keep tabs on their uric acid levels. Image courtesy: Shutterstock

7. Great for monsoon-related illnesses

Monsoon comes with its own set of illnesses. Cough, cold, body ache, fever, diarrhea, and the like. But those of you who have been noshing on noni fruit will be protected. The reason being, great immunity!

Nikita Bhardwaj Nikita Bhardwaj

Six-pack abs are all that Nikita needs, along with her daily dose of green tea. At Health Shots, she produces videos, podcasts, stories, and other kick-ass content.