Friday, March 5, 2010

Noni Fruit in South America, episode #390

Today I got to try the Noni Fruit for the first time ever. What an experience that was... enjoy...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozvEbpgh-6Y

10 comments:

Anasha said...

hola
i ladron is a thief.....
enjoy and be careful they are so good !!!!!!!!!!!

Lyn said...

It's such a joy to share in your daily ventures and adventures in Ecuador! I think I will however stick to juiced noni if ever given the opportunity! :)

Anonymous said...

I love the adventures you are taking us all on--THANKYOU! I would probably wait to drink myu OJ a bit after my wheatgrass, since you asked. I don't get to drink wheatgrass very often, so I'd wouldn't want to take any chances on not getting the fullest benefits possible from it--but that's just me :-)

Anonymous said...

I love your show and all your adventures you and Angela share! I was wondering about a past episode on QBC balance crystals. I was wondering if you could get more colors such as the clear crystal on your stores website! thank you so much :)

-Dawn

Koa said...

I live in Honolulu and eat fresh noni every day, IN A SMOOTHIE. Blend it with anything juicy, coconut water, papaya, mango.... and strain out the seeds. Then you have a pulp to use as a base far an anything smoothie. I use them super soft, but never brown, I learned this from David Wolfe. I always find them fresh fallen and free.

Lorri said...

Matt and Angela I am SOOOO enjoying your shows. You could have a 30/60 minutes reality show and I would watch every episode. I like many others anxiously await every new episode , especially since you have been in Ecuador. Thank you so much for sharing your life with us. I also want to thank you for sharing the Jameth Sheridan interview. Of all the raw food "gurus" he is the one I agree with the most and seems to make the most sense to me. Blessing to you both.

Brian said...

Oh my gosh! I was just looking up noni and then went to therawfoodworld.tv and found this video!! Enjoy!!

Anonymous said...

How do you know it's organic if it's grown in Columbia?

panyvinito said...

That second fruit you tried is called Badea and the last one is chinguro very similar to passion fruit which in Colombia is called Maracuya.
Just a piece of advice, be careful with LADRONES (thieves) they will go after your camera and any jewelry even if is fake. Always watch your purse and pockets and keep your cash close to you and possibly don't carry your wallet... I grew up in South America and ran away from having to deal with kind a life... constantly having to worry for your life... so please be careful.
Much love and blessings to you guys! Can't wait to see more videos!

Lucas Moore said...

Awesome video! I am also lover of noni fruit. It has lot of benefits. I am really curious to know more about this super fruit.Noni itself is a fruit juice. It's high in vitamin C and it has a number of compounds that are very high in antioxidants and phytochemicals, roughly comparable in dosage to an ounce of grape skins.
Goji berry juice