MOA Product Review By Dr. O

MOA - 34 Superfoods to Nourish Your Body

What is MOA?

MOA by Nutrifii (ARIIX) is a new liquid supplement that is now available in the United States. Until now, it was only available in Europe, where it is one of the premier nutritional supplements. But MOA is so much more than a supplement.

What Does MOA Do?

MOA contains nutrients that are not found in our everyday diet. It contains ingredients that are called “Superfoods.” Superfoods are foods that contain a large amount of vitamins, minerals, nutrients and antioxidants or have other nutritional properties. There are a number of liquid nutritional supplements that have been available in the US for a number of years. These include Xango (Mangosteen Fruit), Mona Vie (Acai berry), Zrii (Amalaki Fruit) and Noni (Hawaiian Noni berry). Instead of featuring only a few watered-down ingredients, MOA combines 34 potent superfoods in every bottle! This means that you’re getting a wide spectrum of superfoods from around the world, combined in a synergistic blend for a varierty of healthful benefits.

MOA - 34 Superfoods to Nourish Your Body

MOA – 34 Superfoods to Nourish Your Body

Why is MOA Important to Take?

Nature provides us with a wealth of nutrients from every corner of the world. By combining the best nutrients to work synergistically (works better together than alone), MOA provides a liquid nutritional supplement that:

  • Helps support and build a healthier immune system
  • Gives you the benefit of juicing without the effort
  • Gives you the best combination of antioxidant Superfoods available
  • Provides a food that has been clinically proven to allow our bodies to absorb more nutrients

What’s in MOA and Why Are They Important?

The major components of MOA were chosen very carefully to provide the best ingredients to provide the best source of antioxidants for the body. These include:

  • Agave from Airad farms in Mexico. Agave contains saponins and fructans which are found in quinoa and many plant roots, including ginseng. Agave is thought to have anti-inflammatory and immune system-boosting properties, including antimicrobial capability. In fact, the Aztecs used agave syrup to treat wounds because of its antibacterial properties. In addition, Agave contains inulin. Inulin is a type of fructan or fiber that has many health benefits. Studies suggest that inulin can be effective in weight loss because of its low impact on blood sugar and its ability to increase satiety and decrease appetite. Inulin is also associated with lowering cholesterol, reducing the risk of certain cancers, and increasing the absorption of nutrients, such as isoflavones, calcium and magnesium.
  • Seaweed from clean crisp Canadian waters. Seaweed has a broad range minerals and special sugars not typically found in our diet that are healthy for our bodies.
  • Noni berry that found in the forested hills of Hawaii. Noni has a high level of antioxidants and it is thought that this helps with the support of a normal immume system and in its anti-inflammatory properties.
  • BioPerine – a special black pepper from India. BioPerine has been proven to increase the nutrient absorption of vitamin C, CoQ-10, vitamin A and other vital nutrients. It is also known to help regulate the immune function, enhance mood and support digestive health.
  • Flavorful Pomegranate from the fresh, green fields of Turkey. Compounds found only in pomegranates (called punicalagins) have been shown to support the heart and blood vessels. Punicalagins are the major component responsible for pomegranate’s antioxidant and health benefits. Some clinical studies have shown that these phytochemicals from Pomegranates not only lower cholesterol, but also lower blood pressure and support normal blood vessel health.
  • Bergamot from Italy. Bergamot is typically used as an essential oil to uplift and relax the body. It is thought to help in pain-relieving effects, protection of nerves and support of normal cholesterol and LDL-cholesterol levels.
  • Curcuma grown in tropical India. Also known as Turmeric (Curcuma longa), Curcuma is the bright yellow of the spice rainbow. It is has long been used in the Chinese and Indian systems of medicine as an anti-inflammatory agent to treat a wide variety of conditions, including flatulence, jaundice, menstrual difficulties, bloody urine, hemorrhage, toothache, bruises, chest pain, and colic. Deepak Chopra, MD has recommended it as part of a diet to support good health.
  • White Tea harvested from the ancient hills of China. White Tea is the least processed tea and has high antioxidant levels.
  • Acai berry from the Amazon River Valley of Brazil. Acai berries contain the same vitamins and minerals that are found in most fruits, but there are other phytochemicals (compounds found in plants) that may help in the support of a healthy body. Among Acai’s many antioxidants is one particular powerhouse called anthocyanin, which is suspected to be the driving force behind its free-radical and age-fighting powers.
  • Maiitake mushroom from Japan. Maiitake mushrooms help support healthy immune function, cellular defense, normal cholesterol levels and blood pressure. Ancient healers have used the Maiitake for thousands of years as a tonic to promote health and long life.
  • Mangosteen from Thailand. Mangosteen has been a part of the traditional medicine of various Asian countries for a very long time. It was once brought all the way around the world so that it could be sampled by Queen Victoria. The health benefits of Mangosteen have been known since the 18th century. It is a storehouse of essential nutrients (Xanthones) which are required for normal growth, development and overall nutritional well being. It is also thought that Mangosteen helps in the support of healthy skin and anti-aging.

… and that’s only a few of the ingredients.

Most nutrition drinks contain only a small amount real product from concentrate that is then diluted to such an extent that it is nothing more than flavored water. MOA, instead, is made from fresh ingredients. This makes MOA it a more nutrient-dense, potent and effective liquid nutritional supplement.

Why Should MOA Be the Supplement You Take?

When it comes to nutrition, MOA provides multiple nutrients to give overall support for a balanced, healthy body. The nutritional choices we make each day can have a profound impact on our lives. Today’s fast-paced, on-the-go lifestyle often results in poor nutritional choices, mental fogginess, and a general feeling of ill health. A commitment to good nutrition and regular exercise is the best way to foster good health and higher energy levels, but sometimes we also need a boost in the moment to help us get through our busy day, and that is where MOA comes in!

So Now … Meet MOA

*This product has not been evaluated by the FDA. It is not intended to diagnose, treat or prevent any disease. The information provided on this site is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other health care professional or any information contained on or in any product label or packaging. You should not use the information on this site for diagnosis or treatment of any health problem or for prescription of any medication or other treatment. You should consult with a healthcare professional before starting any diet, exercise or supplementation program, before taking any medication, or if you have or suspect you might have a health problem. You should not stop taking any medication without first consulting your physician.

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  1. Stephane Page
    4 years ago

    What a powerful and unique product. Thank you Dr. Organ for your explanation.


  2. kathryn gray
    2 years ago

    I have recently signed up to sell your product. Orginally I was introduced to help contol my MS and I take 2oz per day.

    Unfortunately my mother has been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer a secondary from her pancreas complicated by ANAK and sougrians (spelt wrong). I have suggested she take moa.

    Will this help??

    Thx
    Kathy


    • Dr. Alan Organ
      2 years ago

      Sorry it took so long to answer. MOA won’t hurt. It’s filled with nutrients.

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