Is Mangosteen Juice Good For You?

Is Mangosteen Juice Good For You?
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Mangosteen juice may be an expensive way to make yourself sick.

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Any other dangerous plants out there? What about mangosteen juice? $120 retail. Are folks just dishing out major cash just to make themselves sick? Is it harmless? Or maybe not good for our bank account, but definitely good for us?

How could it possibly be harmful when the company was started by such upstanding-looking gentlemen—who’ve since sold a billion dollars worth of the stuff? Laughing their way to the bank, while their consumers have been on their way to the hospital. Those mangosteen xanthones appear to poison cellular metabolism.

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Any other dangerous plants out there? What about mangosteen juice? $120 retail. Are folks just dishing out major cash just to make themselves sick? Is it harmless? Or maybe not good for our bank account, but definitely good for us?

How could it possibly be harmful when the company was started by such upstanding-looking gentlemen—who’ve since sold a billion dollars worth of the stuff? Laughing their way to the bank, while their consumers have been on their way to the hospital. Those mangosteen xanthones appear to poison cellular metabolism.

To see any graphs, charts, graphics, images, and quotes to which Dr. Greger may be referring, watch the above video. This is just an approximation of the audio contributed by veganmontreal.

Please consider volunteering to help out on the site.

Image thanks to nordalia via Flickr.

Nota del Doctor

For more on mangosteen juice:
Safety of Noni and Mangosteen Juice

For further context, see my associated blog posts: Is Noni or Mangosteen Juice Safe? and Soy milk: shake it up!

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