Monthly Archives: December 2013

What are Nutraceutical Products?

As the largest specialized promotions company in the world, Twin Towers Trading specializes in promoting products through live demonstrations. One category of products Twin Towers Trading regularly promotes is nutraceuticals.

Nutraceuticals have gained a lot of ground among health-conscious consumers, and the worldwide market for nutraceutical products is projected to reach more than $250 billion by the year 2018. The term nutraceutical was coined in 1989 and has no regulatory definition in America, though some international laws define nutraceuticals as products purified or isolated from foods which are sold in medicinal forms and provide a benefit or protection against disease. Products sold as nutraceuticals can be sold as food, food ingredients, drugs, or dietary supplements, depending on the ingredients and what claims the product makes. Nutraceuticals often supplement a diet in the same way dietary supplements do, but they can also aid in the prevention of specific health issues or improve overall personal wellbeing.


About Noni Juice

Since its establishment in 1993, Twin Towers Trading has presented live demonstrations of product brands. The largest specialty promotions company of its kind, Twin Towers Trading promotes such products as noni juice.

Thought by some as a healthy alternative to fruit beverages and sodas, noni juice is a descendant of the fruit from the Morinda citrifolia tree, which is indigenous to Southeast Asia, the Caribbean, and Australia. The cream-colored fruit, which looks somewhat like a potato, emits a pungent scent when it is fully mature.

Advocated in Polynesian medicine, the Morinda citrifiola has been used to alleviate such conditions as asthma and constipation, among other ailments. The leaves of the tree have also been known to be applied topically to heal surface wounds.

Full of minerals and vitamins, noni juice, which is also sold in capsule form, is recommended by some practitioners for slowing the aging process and enhancing immune system functioning.