Ever heard of Xango?
Q:A dietary supplement made from mangosteen?Does it work? I am extremely skeptic about it.
More Answers to “Ever heard of Xango?“If you do comparisons on functional fruit juices, you will see that mangosteen does have some benefits, but there is no medical validation on it. There is another juice out there that was featured in July’s issue of Time magazine as the superfruit of the century. It comes with medical validation including 75 clinical studies published on Pubmed.org under Lycium Barbarum.Three of the worlds top marathon runners are going to attempt to cross the Sahara in September. They were approached by every health and nutrition company out there and found that this product was the only one that cut their recovery time in half and gave them the energy needed for training. This will be filmed as a documentary by Ben Affleck and Matt Damon who also endorse this product. It is an adaptogen, containing a high level of phytonutrients and flavenoids and has 500 times the vitamin C of orange juice. XanGo’s flagship product is a health beverage called XanGo® Juice which harnesses the nutritional attributes of the whole mangosteen fruit (including the pulp and pericarp) through a proprietary formula.Despite the company’s many claims of health benefits, there is no evidence that mangosteen can be used to treat any disorder , and one critic calls Xango “simply an overpriced fruit drink.”