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Polynesian Noni Shake

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Adjust Servings:
For Noni Juice :
1 hard white noni fruit
For Polynesian Noni Shake :
1/4 cup noni juice
1 ripe banana—sliced
1/2 cup fresh pineapple (cubed)
1/4 cup fresh mango (cubed)
1/4 juice of lemon
fistful of kale or baby spinach
1 scoop protein powder (made from bone broth)
1/2 cup almond milk
1 tbsp raw honey

Nutritional information

98 Kcal
7.9 g
5.7 g
1.7 g

Polynesian Noni Shake

  • Sweet
  • 5 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy


  • For Noni Juice :

  • For Polynesian Noni Shake :


Noni Juice in the form a shake or other beverage is known as a superfood. With numerous qualities and properties that can help better the body’s health, the juice is a must have for all health conscious people.

The juice is made with delicious tropical fruits like pineapple, mangoes, bananas and other ingredients like lemon juice, spinach and almond milk to mask the unpleasant flavors of the noni fruit. But the nutritional benefits of the fruit outweigh the slightly bitter taste.

You can make this easy recipe and create a concoction of health and nutrition, with many benefits and a delightful flavor.

Health Benefits

The fruit has gotten its status of being a super-fruit because it has numerous health benefits including: hypertensive qualities that help lower blood pressure; regulation of blood sugar levels; lowering cholesterol, triglyceride levels and oxidative stress and more. The fruit also contains properties that are anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antifungal. Additionally, noni can be 75 percent as strong as morphine, and contains anti-depressive and anti-anxiety qualities that promote a sense of mental well being.

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How to make Polynesian Noni Shake

For Noni Juice

  1. Wash one unripe noni fruit thoroughly and place it on the counter to ripen.
  2. In two or three days, the fruit will become soft and clear, and ripen like tomatoes.
  3. You can either put it in a blender at low speed, or masticate it with your hands in a colander to strain it into a separate bowl. Discard the seeds and keep the skin, juice and pulp.
  4. Take a ¼ cup of the juice and set aside for the shake; and keep the rest in the refrigerator.

For Polynesian Noni Shake

  1. Add noni juice, banana, pineapple, mango, lemon juice, kale or spinah, protein powder, almond milk and honey into a high powered blender and blend until well combined and smooth.
  2. Add a few ice cubes to the blender and blend to make the shake into a slushy. Or you can use frozen banana in place of fresh bananas for a thicker smoothie.
  3. Pour into serving glasses and serve.


  • Did you know that the noni fruit is a member of the coffee family? And has been used by the Polynesians for its medicinal uses for many centuries. In fact, noni fruits were one of the 24 fruits that were brought over to Hawaii by the early Polynesian settlers 2,000 years ago.

Noni fruit has a taste of sour pineapple, and is bitter and unpleasant on its own. Additionally, the fruit emits an unpleasant, strong smell comparable to blue cheese or even vomit. Hence, it is combines with other ingredients to make juices, curries and other dishes.

Melanie Green

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