Thursday, December 27, 2018

Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Hawaiian Organic Noni’s Guide to Pain-Free Exercise this Winter 

Don't let cold winter weather or pain stop you from being active and healthy! #NoniForPain #Noni4Pain #NoniHealthBenefits #NoniForCramps


Monday, December 24, 2018

Achieving Clear Skin with Noni

Don't let dull skin get you down this winter! Rejuvenate you skin with Noni Fruit #NoniForSkin, #NaturalSkinCare, #NoniHealthBenefits, #CleanSkin


Friday, December 21, 2018

List of Noni Research Articles

Not sure about Noni Fruit? Here is a list of articles and research for your reading enjoyment. #NoniHealthBenefits #NoniResearchArticles #RawFoodNoni


Thursday, December 20, 2018

Monday, December 17, 2018

Foraging for Noni

You won’t find noni in the supermarket. If you want fresh noni, you’ll have to forage for it! #NoniFruit, #RawFoodNoni, #OrganicNoniFarm


Friday, December 14, 2018

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Noni Dosage Tips

Simple tips and tricks to get the most out of your noni fruit. #NoniFruitLeather #RawFoodNoni #OrganicNoniFruit


Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Noni for a Restful Sleep

Having a hard time catching Zzzzzzzs? Try these tips! #noniforsleep #nonihealthbenefits #bettersleepnaturally


Friday, December 7, 2018

Why Noni is so Special - Nitric Oxide

Did you know? Nitric Oxide has numerous health benefits! #NaturalWeightLoss #NoniForWeightLoss #NoniAndNitricOxide


Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Noni Fruit Leather: Convenient, Abundant Natural Antioxidants

 Experts recommend getting a high daily dosage of antioxidants, to combat this damage over time. Reverse the clock with natural antioxidants!


Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Our Journey with Noni

How did Steve Frailey become an organic Noni farmer? Read about Noni journey! #OurNoniJourney #Noni4Life #OrganicNoniFruitFarm


Monday, December 3, 2018

Friday, November 30, 2018

Simple Tips to Beat Your Sugar Addiction

Simple Tips to Beat Your Sugar Addiction #NoniForBloodSugar #LowerBloodSugarNaturally #NoniBloodSugar


Tuesday, November 27, 2018


Maintain blood sugar levels naturally! #Noni4BloodSugar #NoniHealthBenefits #NoniForBloodSugar #NaturallyLowerBloodSugarLevels


Sunday, November 25, 2018

Noni and Bananas - A Match Made in Heaven

Bananas are among the most popular fruit on earth by young and old alike. For good reason! Bananas are naturally sweet, easy to peel, very nutritious, and convenient to transport.

A little about bananas:

Bananas are native to Southeast Asia. Currently, bananas are grown and harvested in tropical parts of the world. The most common type of banana we know and love is the yellow banana which is ironically green when unripe.
A single banana contains the following nutrients:
  • Potassium: 9%
  • Vitamin B6: 33%
  • Vitamin C: 11%
  • Magnesium: 8%
  • Copper: 10%
  • Manganese: 14%

A little about Noni Fruit:

Noni is a tropical tree known scientifically as Morinda Citrifolia. The true traditional use for thousands of years among Polynesian cultures was to eat the raw noni fruit as a natural preventative. Noni fruit contains vital micronutrients, including natural antioxidants, soluble and insoluble fiber, essential fatty acids, and countless other vitamins and minerals, which work together to promote good health.

Free Organic Noni Farm and Wellness Tour - A Walk Through


On our Farm Tours, the first thing we discuss is the true traditional use of Noni for thousands of years in Polynesia and Hawaii. This beneficial fruit was eaten raw as a natural preventative. By trial and error, Polynesians and Hawaiians learned that by consuming the raw fruit every day they remained healthy.
We were visited by researchers from the University of Illinois (Chicago), who are due to begin doing research on spinal inflammation in women for the World Health Organization using Noni. They told us that they had looked into the older Polynesian cultures and found that they did not have any of the so called “inflammation diseases” namely cancer, arthritis, high blood pressure and diabetes.  
They attributed this to the fact that Noni fruit contains the highest amounts of anti-inflammatory compounds. Since they consumed raw noni fruit as a natural preventative, there was no room in their bodies for inflammation and therefore the “inflammation diseases” did not exist in their culture back then.

Why Noni is so Special - Cholesterol Levels

What is Cholesterol?

Cholesterol is a waxy substance used in the body to produce membranes, bile acids (helps digest fat), vitamin D, and hormones.
Did you know? Cholesterol is created in the liver and travels via lipids (fatty acids) through the bloodstream.
When it comes to cholesterol, the problem lies when we consume too much unhealthy food resulting in cholesterol buildup (also called plaque) in the blood. Excess cholesterol can cause stroke, high blood pressure, and heart attacks.

Cholesterol Levels

There are three lipoproteins in the blood that are important for good health. These are what doctors review when testing cholesterol levels.
Low-density lipoproteins (LDL)- Recognized as bad cholesterol because it is low in proteins and high in cholesterol. This type causes plaque in the arteries.
High-density lipoproteins (HDL)- Recognized as good cholesterol since it is high in proteins and low in cholesterol. This type help cleanse the arteries of bad cholesterol.
Triglycerides- A lipid in the bloodstream that aids in storing excess energy.
When looking at a cholesterol level report, the ratio of low-density lipoproteins (LDL or bad cholesterol) to high-density lipoproteins (HDL or good cholesterol) should be approximately 2:1.

Have a Safe Pregnancy with Noni

First baby or grand baby? Whether it’s your 1st or 4th, a woman’s health is essential to the health of her baby. Women who eat well and exercise regularly along with regular prenatal care are less likely to have complications during pregnancy and give birth to a healthy baby. We at Hawaiian Organic Noni put together a simple list of things that can help you have a fun and easy (we hope!) pregnancy.


Consuming a nutrient rich diet during pregnancy is linked to improved fetal brain development. A balanced diet will also reduce the risks of anemia, fatigue, mood swings, swelling, and morning sickness.

A nutritious diet includes:

  • Protein
  • Calcium
  • Fresh fruits and vegetables
  • Whole grains
  • Healthy fat
  • Folic acid 400 mcg daily
  • Calcium 1,000 mg daily
Did you know? Folic acid is a B vitamin. Studies have found if taking folic acid is prior and during pregnancy can lower the risk of having a child with a neural tube (it covers the spinal cord) defect such as spina bifida.

Pain in the Neck? Try Noni!

Worked overtime at the office?

Overdid it at the gym?

Woke up stiff this morning?

Sore/stiff muscles are normal. One can usually return to normal activities after a day or two of rest. However, if you have recurring muscle pain especially in the neck or back area you may have a trigger point.

What is a Trigger Point?

Trigger points are muscle fibers that can’t relax. One can usually locate them by pressing on the muscle fibers with your fingers as trigger points often feel denser and tighter (or rope-like) compared to the rest of the body. Daniel J. Leizman, MD, a specialist in Cleveland Clinic’s Department of Pain Management, noted that trigger points are predominantly in the trapezius muscle. The trapezius muscle stretches from the base of the skull, down to the middle of the back and to the shoulder. Trigger points in the trapezius muscle are responsible for most tension headaches.
Inflammation or injury to any of the 14 nerves or 8 (pairs) of neck joints can cause neck pain. Approximately 70 percent of 65-year-olds may have symptomatic arthritis in one or more joints in their neck.
Did you know? The neck and shoulder are connected by multiple nerve pathways. At times, the brain can’t always trace pain back to the source. Example, a pain in the neck can actually be caused by a trigger point in the shoulder. This is known as referred pain.

Friday, November 23, 2018

Wednesday, November 21, 2018


Did you know? The "Western Diet" can adversely affect your blood sugar. #Noni4BloodSugar #NoniHealthBenefits #NoniAndBloodSugar #NoniForBloodSugar


Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Natural Weight Loss with Noni Fruit Leather

The science behind weight loss and keeping it off for good! #Noni4WeightLoss #EasyWeightLoss #WeightLossForBeginners


Monday, November 19, 2018

Noni Fruit for Diabetes Sufferers

Did you know? You can naturally lower your blood sugar with food? #Noni4BloodSugar #NoniForBloodSugar #LowerYourBloodSugarNaturally


Friday, November 16, 2018

Join the Noni Raw Food Movement

Ever wondered what is considered a raw food? Read on my friend! #HealthyLiving, #PlantBasedEating, #RawFoodNoni


Tuesday, October 9, 2018

What's in Noni?

What makes it work so well?

Noni fruit is a Polynesian superfood that contains over 165 beneficial compounds in its raw form. Noni is a tropical tree known scientifically as Morinda Citrifolia. The true traditional use for thousands of years among Polynesian cultures was to eat the raw fruit as a natural preventative to keep themselves from getting sick. Research has shown raw noni pulp to be a very high anti-inflammatory and antioxidant which feeds the cells of the body to promote good health. Noni fruit also contains vital micronutrients, soluble and insoluble fiber, essential fatty acids, and countless other vitamins and minerals.

Why Noni is So Special - E. coli

What is E. coli?

Escherichia coli better known as E. coli, is a type of bacteria that resides in your intestines and the gut of some animals.

How can I become infected?

Most types of E. coli are harmless and keep your digestive tract healthy. However some strains of E. coli can cause digestive issues such as diarrhea if you consume contaminated food.
Although many associate E. coli with food poisoning, one can also suffer from pneumonia, and urinary tract infections.
Did you know? E. coli is responsible for approximately 75% to 95% of urinary tract infections.

E.coli High Risk Areas/Activities:

  • Cross contamination: Using a knife or cutting board that touched uncooked meat (especially ground meat or chicken) with food that will be eaten raw (salads, fresh fruit) is very high risk for E. coli.

Why Noni is so Special - Stroke

What is a Stroke?

A stroke, also called a cerebrovascular accident (CVA or “brain attack”) is oxygen deprivation to the brain causing brain cells to die. This can cause a chain reaction impairing speech, vision, and motor function.
There are two types of strokes. An ischemic stroke where blood flow to the brain is halted due to cholesterol buildup or a blood clot leading to the brain. Approximately 80-90% of strokes are this type. The second type, a hemorrhagic stroke is when a ruptured blood vessel inhibits normal blood flow to the brain and blood seeps into regions of the brain causing damage. Approximately 70% of hemorrhagic strokes occur in individuals with hypertension.
Did you know?
  • A stroke occurs approximately every 40 seconds.
  • Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the U.S.

Why Noni is so Special- Eczema

What is Eczema?

Eczema is the name for a group of conditions causing the skin to become red, itchy and inflamed. It is the body’s immune response to an irritant or an allergen (either outside or inside the body) resulting in inflammation.
Did you know? While not contagious, more than 30 million Americans have some form of eczema.
The direct cause of eczema is unknown.
However, below are possible reasons for eczema flare ups:
  • Genes: If your mom, dad, brothers, or sisters have eczema, you may have it too.
  • Asthma and allergies: If you have asthma (a disease making it hard to breathe) or allergies (when your immune system tries to protect you from normal things that aren't hurting you), you're more likely to get eczema.
  • Location: Eczema is more common in cities, polluted areas, and in the northern part of the world.

Types of eczema

Atopic dermatitis:

Atopic dermatitis is most common and usually what people refer to when talking about eczema. Atopic dermatitis occurs when the immune system goes into overdrive in response to an allergen or irritant inside or outside the body. Atopic dermatitis is part of what’s called the atopic triad: atopic dermatitis, asthma, and allergic rhinitis (hay fever). Researchers believe that people who come from families with a history of atopic dermatitis, asthma and/or allergic rhinitis are more likely to develop atopic dermatitis themselves.
Did you know? Approximately 1 in 5 children develop atopic dermatitis between infancy and age 5.