Mangosteen

Mangosteen Benefits Explained

The mangosteen fruit, Garcinia mangostana, is the size of a passionfruit with a thick purple rind surrounding snow-white flesh.

The benefits of Mangosteen • Maintains intestinal health* • Supports the immune system* • Neutralizes free radicals* • Supports cartilage and joint function* • Promotes a healthy seasonal respiratory system* • Supports cardiovascular health* • Promotes a healthy metabolism*
Mangosteen or Purple mangostee

Mangosteen trees have thick, glossy leaves and large, rose-pink flowers. Under favorable conditions, the slow-growing trees can reach a height of 9.5 metres (31 feet).
Mangosteen trees take 8 to 15 years to bear fruit and usually only produce good crops in alternate years. For that reason, XANGO has owns mangosteen groves in several locations to ensure a sustainable supply year-round.

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The Possible Benefits of Mangosteen

• may maintains intestinal health*
• may support your immune system*
• neutralizes free radicals*
• may provide support to cartilage and joint function*
• may promote a healthy seasonal respiratory system*
• may support your cardiovascular health*
• may promote a healthy metabolism*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Mangosteen Nutrients

Several active phytonutrients have been identified in the mangosteen, including:
Xanthones — These powerful compounds demonstrate numerous and valuable health properties and are the most abundant phytonutrient in the mangosteen1.
Cathechins — These compounds demonstrate antioxidant properties. The mangosteen rind has been shown to have the same level of catechines as found in green tea.
Proanthocyanidins — The same antioxidant benefit touted in grapeseed extract, proanthocyanidins are found in efficacious amounts in the whole mangosteen fruit.

Mangosteen and A Human Trial
Substantiated by an 8-week clinical study†, XanGo Juice demonstrated an ability to reduce CRP levels, an indicator of cardiovascular health, while a placebo group experienced a small increase in CRP levels.‡
Numerous other scientific studies have been and are being conducted on the mangosteen and XanGo Juice. In fact, the world-renowned Mayo Clinic is using XanGo Juice in an independent, multi-year study to measure the long-term benefits of the mangosteen.

†Study conducted by Medicus Research, Published in 2010 Nutrition Journal, third-party, double-blind, placebo-controlled. For more information visit http://www.xangousa.myvoffice.com/pdf/en/XANGO_Juice_Science.pdf
‡Udani, J.K., et al. (2009). Evaluation of Mangosteen juice blend on biomarkers of inflammation in obese subjects: a pilot, dose finding study. Nutr J. 8:48.

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What Are Xanthones In Mangosteen?
(Source – https://www.livestrong.com/article/480464-what-foods-have-xanthones/)

Diagram of xanthone with mangosteen fruit
Xanthone molecule from mangosteen is extremely stable due to the 3-Carbon ring structure.

Since the discovery of the organic compounds essential to life known as vitamins in the early 1900s, doctors, nutritionists and scientists became interested in the role of food in health and disease. You know that fruits and vegetables contain vitamins and minerals your body needs to function, but the U.S. Department of Agriculture reports on a whole other group of compounds known as phytonutrients now thought to promote good health. One type of phytonutrient known as a xanthone occurs in a variety of plants found in the rain forest, but only one food source is documented to contain xanthones. Before consuming nutritional products containing xanthones, consult your doctor.

Xanthones In Plants

The ONLY known plant containing xanthones that has an edible fruit is, a tropical tree known as Garcinia mangostana.
Scientists extracted two biologically active xanthone compounds from mosses and lichens and a plant found in Madagascar known as Psorospermum cf. molluscum, according to research published in the “Journal of Natural Products.” In this study, xanthone compounds showed promise as being effective in killing tumor cells and helping repair DNA. Because this plant is not a food source, however, the xanthone compound must be isolated from the roots and wood stems. Tropical plants that belong to the group known as Garcinia also contain xanthones. Scientists have studied the extracts of the Garcinia hanburyi plant for its ability to suppress growth by inducing apoptosis, or cell death, according to research published in the “World Journal of Gastroenterology.”
Mangosteen Queen Of Fruits
Garcinia mangostana produces the mangosteen fruit, crowned “The Queen of Fruits” by the people in its native land of Thailand. The people of Southeast Asia use the mangosteen for medicinal purposes; to treat diarrhea, ulcers and inflammation; and to heal wounds. More recently, since scientists discovered that the mangosteen fruit, including the juice, pulp and rind or pericarp, is a rich source of xanthones. It has become one of the three top-selling botanicals in the United States since 2007, according to information published in the “Mini Review of Organic Chemistry.” Research on mangosteen and xanthones shows that this food product may provide health benefits.
Possible Health Benefits of Mangosteen
Information published in the “Nutrition Journal” confirms that two xanthone compounds found in the mangosteen fruit, alpha- and gamma-mangostins, show anti-inflammatory effects. By helping reduce inflammation in the body, xanthones may help reduce the risk for cardiovascular diseases, lung diseases, gastrointestinal diseases and arthritis. Another study published in the “International Journal of Molecular Sciences” reveals that the xanthones in mangosteen inhibit cell growth, a property that makes xanthones a promising agent for cancer prevention. The potential health benefits of the xanthones in the mangosteen fruit along with the presence of other nutrients, including vitamin C, iron, potassium and calcium, make this fruit a potentially healthy addition to your diet.

The Mangosteen Juice Experiences
Every body is different and every experience with XanGo Juice will be different. To really know what mangosteen juice can do for you, it is recommended that you try it for at least 30 days. That’s why XanGo offers a 30-day, money-back guarantee.

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Material for this post comes from:

†Study conducted by Medicus Research, Published in 2010 Nutrition Journal, third-party, double-blind, placebo-controlled. For more information visit http://www.xangousa.myvoffice.com/pdf/en/XANGO_Juice_Science.pdf
‡Udani, J.K., et al. (2009). Evaluation of Mangosteen juice blend on biomarkers of inflammation in obese subjects: a pilot, dose finding study. Nutr J. 8:48.

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1 Pedraza-Chaverri, J., N. Cardenas-Rodriquez, et al. (2008). “Medicinal properties of mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana).” Food Chem Toxical 46(10): 3227-3 9.
2 Bennt G., H. (1989). “Xanthines from Guttiferae.” Phytochemistry 28:967-998