Tahitian Noni® Juice and Athletes


Bioactive Health Products are, health products, that contain Iridoids to support the immune system, boost energy, safety promote heart health, help balance cholesterol levels, maintain healthy brain function, improve joint health and protect against free radicals. Iridoids, are powerful bioactive compounds, that fortify the body and protect healthy cells.

Tahitan Noni Bioactive Beverages, are used by athletes to boost energy levels and endurance. After only three weeks, 40 middle to long-distance runners in a recent scientific study reportedly," increased their endurance 21% after using Tahitian Noni Products."
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Our purpose is to bring to our clients the best information on health and wellness that is available.  And to provide them with the help they need through the services we offer with our associates companies. We are made up of international health professionals who have the medical experience to provide the information, and skills needed to help in nutrition, health and fitness skills to help those who want to feel fit and in good health, physically and mentally.

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Carbohydrates and their benefits

Carbohydrates are a basic source of energy.
They are stored in the body as glycogen in virtually all tissues;
principally in the liver and muscles. Also, they are absorbed in the form of glucose, galactose, or fructose. 
Carbohydrates are present in food in digestible and indigestible forms.
Those which can be utilized are an important source of energy.

Those which can be utilized are an important source of energy.
Those which can’t be utilized (usually some form of cellulose)
are beneficial in adding bulk to the diet.
 Carbohydrate Food Sources
Whole grains
legumes (peas and beans)
refined sugars