Your New Years Resolution. A great beverage to kickstart a healty you | Mangosteen Juice from Xango

mangosteen-juice-xangoXanGo® Juice is the original mangosteen beverage, a worldwide market leader that combines sensational flavor and proven benefits through a proprietary whole-fruit formula. Xango is a trademarked fruit juice blend that includes the juice of the mangosteen fruit, one of the world’s most concentrated antioxidant “superfoods,” as well as other fruit purees and extracts. Like other superfruits, such as acai berry, mangosteen juice may offer a number of health benefits with few associated risks or side effects.

Juice Benefits include cardiovascular health, immune health, cognitive health, skin health, prostate health (men), bone & joint health (women), overall health, provides powerful antioxidant support, provides cellular protection, healthy energy levels, healthy stress management. 

Antioxidant: All fruit juices, including especially those found in Xango, are known for containing large quantities of antioxidants. Antioxidants protect the body by fighting free radicals, thereby slowing the aging process.

Cancer Prevention: High-antioxidant fruits and vegetables may help prevent certain types of cancer. Because Xango contains such large quantities of these important nutrients and compounds, it may prevent the spread or development of cancer.

Anti-Inflammatory: The superfruit mangosteen, one of the core components of Xango, contains anti-inflammatory compounds that may treat Crohn’s disease, rhematoid arthritis and other inflammatory disorders.

Immune Support: Mangosteen in Xango is a powerful astringent, and the product is packed with immune-supporting vitamins and compounds. These may help to fight certain types of microbial infection.

Weight Loss: The digestive enzymes in Xango can help the body digest more efficiently, with less bloating, and fruit juices may also help boost the metabolism.

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